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  • Integrated Enterprise Information SystemsGSM 514 – Team Research Assignment
  • http://www.sap.com/solutions/business-suite/erp/customers/videos/index.epxhttp://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/customers/customersearch/hbo-1-ebs-ss-488811.htmlhttp://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/en/gulf/products/ax-customer-stories-detail.aspx?casestudyid=4000004840
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    • 1. 1. Financial Accounting: allow the company to review the financial position in real time and meet all the accounting and financial needs of an organization.2. Controlling: Represents the company’s flow of cost and revenue, offers all the support information needed by Management for the purpose of planning, reporting and decision making.3. Sales and Distribution: support customers, starting from quotations, sales order and all the way towards billing the customer, and allows companies to input their customer sales price, check for open orders and forecast etc ( tightly integrated with Material Management and Product Planning).4. Material Management: is used for Procurement Handling and Inventory Management (integrated with other modules such as SD (Sales & Distribution), PP (Product Planning) and QM (Quality Management).5. Product Planning: ensure that manufacturing runs effectively and efficiently and produces products as required by customers and takes care of Master data needed like Bill of Materials, Routings and Work Centers and stores it in one separate component.6. Quality Management: ensure that all the activities necessary to design, develop and implement a product or service are effective and efficient with respect to the system and its performance.7. Plant Maintenance: cover all maintenance activities, supporting the Planning, Programming and Implementation, with emphasis on the availability of equipment, staff costs and Assurance, guaranteeing so the state of the art of database and optimization.8. Human Resources: deal with various activities done in the human resource department of an organization, such as, personal administration, personnel development, training and event management, payroll etc., and enables customers to effectively manage information about the people in their organization, and to integrate that information with ”other SAP modules”
    • 2.  Have abounding levels of appearance and functionality. Provide adapted band-aid for plan breeze and aback appointment processes. Offer acutely adjustable ERP band-aid Provide three levels automation, and helps in automating business processes. Can be implemented even to actual circuitous business units and government organization. Come with the adaptability of affiliation to an ambit of database clashing Oracle and it is simple for SAP to plan on databases of altered vendors. Appears circuitous for simple business processes and accomplishing of SAP is a actual boxy procedure. Give an awful able account to business organizations, but the amount of software and accomplishing is actual high Have too abundant flexibility, which increases the accident factor. Maintenance of action software is actual expensive.
    • 3. 1. Financial: is a standards-based set of integrated financials modules that is much more than just another financial application which delivers unprecedented business insight to all users. Its revolutionary reporting platform and native business intelligence set the new standard for finance and fundamentally change the way finance professionals work.2. Customer Relationship Management: improves the way sales professionals work by delivering unprecedented business insight into sales performance management rather than just focusing only on transaction processing, with collaboration, reporting, and analysis.3. Governance, Risk, and Compliance: combines vital risk and compliance oversight with automated controls enforcement and allows firms not only to meet current regulatory requirements but also to embed control, predictability, and security into the very fabric of the business. Most importantly, it delivers concrete benefits to organizations no matter where they stand along the maturity curve.4. Human Capital Management: delivers a robust set of talent management modules, covering workforce development, workforce rewards and workforce analytics.5. Procurement: drives results by providing unprecedented insight to all users rather than just treating analytics as a discrete discipline, requiring extensive investment in end-user training, and failing to account for the real-world challenges of business interruptions. Its revolutionary approach to business intelligence and process automation sets the new standard and fundamentally changes the way procurement professionals work.6. Project Portfolio Management: improves the way project-driven organizations and project professionals’ work, from the project executive and business stakeholder to the project manager to the team member.7. Supply Chain Management: Orchestration seeks to normalize processes and data across multiple capture and fulfillment systems, yielding a single view of order and fulfillment
    • 4.  Aegis of database: Answer database comes with top aegis affection and the aegis is based on the role based models. Oracles aegis cannot be torn easily. It can accept changes in acknowledged standards fast: This ERP chip adapts to afflicted acknowledged standards and the barter are acquainted if its simple adoptability on afflicted standards. Customization is easy: Answer has an acceptable almanac of accouterment fast customization and accession as compared to added action software accessible in the market. Address are exceptional: Answer letters gives you a advanced ambit of choices on abounding ambit and you can accomplish any affectionate of address for any bearings in minutes. Gives a top ROI: It has top ability as compared to any added database and acknowledgment on investment is as well high. User interface of oracle ERP is not attractive: Windows user interface offers an ambit of appearance such as annoyance and bead and assorted windows interface, which you cannot, acquisition in Oracle. Answer forms are advised with some appearance of windows UI, but it is not as adjustable as windows forms. Database connection: Answer forms cannot be affiliated to added databases and it is an above disadvantage of answer systems. Follows accepted acknowledged rules: It cannot be acclimated for afflicted bequest systems. Answer follows assertive rules of accepted bequest systems and it cannot be acclimated for afflicted rules.
    • 5. Four Dynamics products- AX, GP,NAV, and SL- designed to meetdifferent organizational needs:  AX: Global, Midsize and Large Companies  GP: Midsize, Growth-Focused Companies  NAV: Small to Midsize, Industry-Specific Features  SL: Midsize Companies with Focus on Project Management
    • 6. 1. Financial: quickly create unlimited, form-based financial dimensions that can be shared across legal entities for a complete business view, audit trail transparency, and detailed analyses, transform budget information into precise, workflow-driven management tools, engage efficiently with customers, and improve cash flow, increase productivity and accuracy as you leverage architectural advances to share key financial data among legal entities.2. Sales and marketing: Use the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Connector to access information in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, both on-premises and online. Efficiently open, assign, resolve, and follow up on customer service, collections, and similar issues using new case management capabilities.3. Procurement and sourcing: empower workers to order day-to-day goods and services from searchable online catalogs, help vendors operate more efficiently by enabling them to perform a variety of tasks online, and create a virtual workplace where category managers can manage overall spending by category.4. Project management and accounting: view a summary as the project budget is created, compare against funding, and make corrections before submission, make time sheet entries more efficiently with enhanced time entry capabilities and user experiences from a web browser or the client application, and allocate and post revenue based on internal sales prices for workers, categories, and dimensions, enabling profitability monitoring by allocation area.5. Human capital management: improve individual productivity by referring to Role Centers for data, alerts, task lists, and reports pertinent to specific job functions, transfer and view employee records easily, and reduce manual process steps in recruiting, on-boarding, development, transfer, and termination.6. Compliance and internal controls: define/refine your corporate policies and automate the auditing process with the Audit Workbench, take advantage of a graphical interface for easy setup and “what-if” capabilities to help you assess the impact of proposed changes, and help
    • 7.  Software security is tight. Real-time data ability. Global platform offerings Easy to implement Same look and feel as other Microsoft products Easy data migration Flexible and highly customizable functionality The functionality and the modules are not as diverse as those offered by others such as Oracle.
    • 8. Kraft Foods, a large HBO used Oracle to Expert Group, a Dutchglobal corporation, used centralize its businesses company that sellsSAP to integrate its information allowing for consumer electronics,businesses processes consistency across the used Microsoftacross Europe. This organization, repeatable Dynamics AX toallowed the company to processes, and reduced increase its supplycreate a common, reliance on IT due to chain efficiency by 70%.consistent system for its direct access to Dynamics allowed theEuropean operations in information. company to streamlineprocesses such as and automate itsordering, reporting, and purchasing, productyear end close. management, and contract processes.
    • 9. Dynamics SL Dynamics GPPlaform Windows Windows Linux/Unix Linux/Unix Open Source Web BasedCountryState United States North Dakota Comparison Chart United States Georgia United States Texas Windows GermanyTotal Customers 30,000Business Size Small Large Small-Mid Any Size Any SizeIndustries Construction Finance Construction Advertising Professional Business Manfacturing Education B2C ECommerce Services Wholesale/Distribution Professional Business Finance Coatings & Chemicals Services Services Health Services Construction Wholesale/ Distribution IT Consulting Professional Business Services Finance Food & Beverage Government Health Services Hospitality Information Technology Insurance Leisure and Hospitality Manufacturing Natural Resources and Mining Other Services Pharmaceuticals Professional Business Services Retail Sales & Marketing Services Transportation Travel Wholesale/Distribution
    • 10. Microsoft Dynamics GP Suitable for small to midsize organizations Much more affordable than SAP and Oracle 87% of Dynamics GP small to medium business customers have received positive ROI on their investment Will allow Happy Campers to centralize its business processes, reduce administrative overhead, HR and payroll costs, accounting costs, improve customer service, and inventory and AR management