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  • 1. LOGO Introduction to Services ERP
  • 2. It is the largest energy company and the second-largest company in the world by revenuesProvide fuel to 10 mn customers each day through our 44,000 service stations worldwideProducts and Services are also designed to meet the needs of businesses Construction to Aviation Chemicals to Shipping industry
  • 3. Shell Operating subsidiaries are divided into… Exploration & Production Oil products Chemicals Gas & Power(Other small divisions include Coal, Hydrogen, Forestry and Renewables)Worldwide business, over 100 countries
  • 4. History• 1907 Shell and Royal Dutch merged, Shell Royal Dutch Netherland 60% 40% Transport British• Headquarter: Hague, Netherlands• Registered Office: London, UK• CEO: Peter Voser
  • 5. Delivering a stdz organizationally aligned & vertically integrated financial, mgmt and oprtn 1 reporting solution to all SERP entities Minimize complexity and cost 2 Maximize the use of global processes and tools for MI 3 Remove localized, heterogeneous solutions currently in place 4 Drive Shell ESSA standards:- Eliminate-Simplify-Standardize-Automate5
  • 6. Delivering a stdz organizationally aligned & vertically integrated financial, mgmt and oprtn reporting 1 solution to all SERP entities Minimize complexity and cost 2 Maximize the use of global processes and tools for MI 3 Remove localized, heterogeneous solutions currently in place 4 Drive Shell ESSA standards:- Eliminate-Simplify-Standardize-Automate5
  • 7. Delivering a stdz organizationally aligned & vertically integrated financial, mgmt and oprtn reporting 1 solution to all SERP entities Minimize complexity and cost 2 Maximize the use of global processes and tools for MI 3 Remove localized, heterogeneous solutions currently in place 4 Drive Shell ESSA standards:- Eliminate-Simplify-Standardize-Automate5
  • 8. Delivering a stdz organizationally aligned & vertically integrated financial, mgmt and oprtn reporting 1 solution to all SERP entities Minimize complexity and cost 2 Maximize the use of global processes and tools for MI 3 Remove localized, heterogeneous solutions currently in place4 Drive Shell ESSA standards:- Eliminate-Simplify-Standardize-Automate5
  • 9. Delivering a stdz organizationally aligned & vertically integrated financial, mgmt and oprtn reporting 1 solution to all SERP entities Minimize complexity and cost 2 Maximize the use of global processes and tools for MI 3 Remove localized, heterogeneous solutions currently in place 4 Drive Shell ESSA standards:- Eliminate-Simplify-Standardize-Automate5
  • 10. Deliver new Business Objects FrontendA redesigned & streamlined SAP Data Warehouse LaterFurther enhance Financial Consolidation Solution.User base of 6500 users across 21 countries in Q1 2010SERP will drive radical changes for the way we do business and is fully aligned with Corporate & Finance strategies
  • 11. SERP – High Level Architecture Reporting Analysis Dash boarding BO Reporting Frontend Crystal Web XCelsius Reports Intelligence BI/BO SAP Integration Kit/Business Objects Enterprise Integration SAP Data Business SEM Warehouse – Warehouse Financial & BCS –Operational Data LSA Design Financial Layer Consolidation Source System Non SAP Source R/3 Source
  • 12. Standard Staging Process Reporting Applications To Business Objects Presentation/Reporting Layer (Architected Data Marts)OperationalData Store Integrated Data Data Warehouse Layer Not Integrated Data Data Acquisition Layer Data Sources Source Data System
  • 13. Which tool for which purpose… Web Intelligence • Reporting & Analysis. • General Interactive Reporting. • BW in place. • Target Audience: Casual Business User. Crystal Reports Xcelsius . • Reporting & Analysis. • Dashboards & Visualizations. • General Interactive Reporting. • BW in place • BW in place. • Architecture: Query as Web Service with OLAP • Target Audience: Casual Business User. universe &/or Live Office. • Target Audience: Business Users.
  • 14. SERP – Authorization Overview Users classified as Info worker / Info consumer Full SAP Authentication BW will remain main driver for BO authorization Authorized by functional area Restricted Access to download Excel Data access will be restricted to Company Code dependent on functional area
  • 15. + 100 countries where we operate~101,000 number of employees2% amount of world’s oil we produce3% amount of world’s gas we produce3.1 million barrels of gas and oil we produce every day
  • 16. 44,000 Shell service stations worldwide145 billion litres of fuel sold>35 refineries and chemical plants we run1 ranking by Fortune 500
  • 17. SWOT ANALYSIS S Strengths W Weaknesses  Major oil & Gas Producer  Limited operational or Financial  Major projects & exploration freedom acreage  Substantial near growth  In some products Cost &  Rapid expansion in Efficiency disadvantage petrochemicals, Marine & aviation industry  Rising Investment requirement  Quality, reputation Opportunities Threats O T  Rising energy consumption  Price infaltion/deflation  Large area of under explore  Strong competition territory  Competitors new products and  Innovation an technology innovation development
  • 18. LOGO Any Questions ???Prepared by:Yuvraj Zala