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  • 1. SAP Master Data Governance Ken Pierce Sr. Director – Global Business Development EIM Center of Excellence August 2012
  • 2. SAP Enterprise MDM: Integrated Solution Suite Addresses Comprehensive Customer Needs SAP Master Data Governance Out-of-the-box, domain-specific governance applications built on SAP Business Suite to centrally create, change and distribute master data © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. SAP NetWeaver MDM Multi-domain capability to consolidate and share master data across system landscape 3
  • 3. SAP Master Data Governance Centrally Govern Master Data on top of SAP Business Suite Master data fit for use with SAP Business Suite and SAP ERP Native integration with SAP Business Suite and SAP ERP Re-use of SAP data model, UI and existing business logic and configuration for creation and validation of master data Enables governance, compliance and transparency through integrated staging, approval and central audit trail Complements and extend SAP NetWeaver MDM Information Mgmt Data Integration & Quality Data Maintenance Delivers consistent definition, authorization and replication of key master data entities for SAP External Services Validation & Data Quality Approval Eliminates error prone manual maintenance processes of master data in multiple systems Integrates with SAP Data Services and Information Steward Business Logic Local adaptations in de-central systems © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 4
  • 4. SAP Master Data Governance – Process Flow External Providers External Services (DUNS–No. …) Master Data Governance existing business logic Re-Use Collaboration Adaptable Workflow Auditable Change Process Integrate external services Data Enrichment, Address Cleansing, Duplicate Check Central maintenance of master data in staging area Maintain Maintain Validate Validate Approve Approve Automatic replication to non-SAP and SAP systems Replicate Replicate 3rd party systems 5 Business Suite systems Adapt Adapt Adaptation / Enrichment in local systems 5 Business Processes © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 5
  • 5. SAP Master Data Governance Capabilities Facilitating utmost business process performance Deliver Out-of-the-Box Integrated Object Model Re-Usability & Extensibility SAP Master Data Governance Governance, Collaboration & Data Quality © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Robust Data Replication Internal 6
  • 6. Element 1 Deliver Out-of-the-Box Low TCO Full Integration to SAP Systems as a client Offer integration services for non-SAP client systems Flexibility Workflow flexibility closely integrated to a framework for defining business rules Ease of consumption Deliver roles on a web based UI Deliver process-centric solution Deliver predefined Data Quality Services Best Practice Deliver a Data Model proven by several applications & industries Process Transparency Reuse of existing processing logic Integration Out-of-the box data replication mechanisms, using stable mechanisms © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 7
  • 7. Element 2 Integrated Object Model Material General Data G/L Accounts Descriptions Organizational Units: Companies Profit Center Cost Center © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Supplier Business Partner attributes Roles Identification Central Data Tax Numbers Bank Details Industry Sec. Units of Measure EAN/UPC Basic Text Internal Comment Class Assignment Characteristic Valuation Supplier specific attributes Cost Elements Basic Data Chart of Accounts Classificati on Scope of EhP5 Existing since EhP4 Financial Master Data General Data Company Code Data Purchasing Data Address (Phone, Fax, Email, URL) Internal 8
  • 8. Element 3 Governance, Collaboration… Linear or distributed & workflow based Possibility to extend the process by adding business logic and thereby bringing in data quality Business Logic Has roles and responsibilities and also Task authority (e.g., create, change, approve) Can be adapted and tailored based on customer needs © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Data in process stored in a separated repository, will be transferred to operational database after final approval Approval Flexible enough to respect the distributed responsibilities existing in a company across various business units Internal 9
  • 9. Element 3 …and Data Quality Prevent creation of duplicates for increased effectiveness and efficiency  Checked early and embedded in the process  High detection quality of matching using Enterprise Search or BusinessObjects DS Validations  Re-use of existing validation logic in ERP  Custom validations can be modeled and programmed (e.g. code lists, simple checks, or modeled rules via SAP BRF+) Address Enrichment  Simple check and selection lists  Integration with content provided by SAP BusinessObjects Data Services  Automatically adding Tax Jurisdiction Code re-using existing interfaces / providers © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 10
  • 10. Search functionality Business User Search Search Functionality Search in Active Area Search in Staging Area Fuzzy Search Customer business challenges   Search results only took operational or active data into account, not the inactive data in the staging area related to planned or future changes Business activities could not be directly triggered from a search result list © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Refinement of search Save and Load Search Criteria Trigger Change Request Business value    Comprehensive search functionality simplifies daily work Integration into change request processing enhances productivity Including inactive data from staging area reduces parallel change processes 11
  • 11. Element 4 Robust Data Replication Replication  Automatic or manual replication to SAP and non-SAP systems  Peer-to-peer or mediated Replication Techniques User  DRF as framework controlling across all distribution channels  Enabling customers to use established replication mechanisms (like ALE for SAP ECC and R/3 and non SAP systems, CIF to connect to SAP SCM, Middleware to connect to SAP CRM or SAP SRM) Process  New SOA service for SAP systems (Suite 7 i2010 and beyond) and non SAP systems Data replication Replication Features Non-SAP System SAP System  Flexibility to replicate selected data only to a specific client system by defining filters (controlled by DRF)  Support of different object IDs or customizing keys between hub and client systems (via mapping in MDG or NW PI)  Monitoring and error handling © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 12
  • 12. Element 5 Reusability & Extensibility Reuse standard content  Reuse existing data structures and functionality of SAP Business Suite Individual Processes Tasks Enhance functionality  Be able to enhance MDG functionality based on predefined content (e.g. plant or sales data) or customer-specific extensions Extended Reused Extend data structures  Provide easy-to-use extensibility capabilities for enhancing nodes and fields Core Processes  data model  user interface  processes Central Team © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved.  data replication Internal 13
  • 13. Summary Master Data Governance provides centralized governance and authoring, including collaboration, data quality and syndication capabilities for selected master data domains Rules based workflow Mass Processes Roles based UI Fuzzy Search Data Quality Services Audit Trail Data Model © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Replication Full Integration Internal 14
  • 14. Thank You
  • 15. Appendix
  • 16. SAP Master Data Governance for Financial Data Speed-up your financial close with consistent and reliable data Manage financial data centrally Out-of-the-box master data governance application to centrally create, change and distribute financial master data with a focus on SAP Business Suite Upfront accuracy of chart of accounts and other elements such as general ledger, hierarchies, org units etc. Change requests organized as Editions to steer approval process Deliver consistent data across corporate group and local systems Pre-built validation against SAP business logic © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 17
  • 17. SAP Master Data Governance for Supplier Data Manage mission critical data for procurement organizations Supplier Processing Workflow-driven creation and change process for Suppliers Change requests steer the maintenance and approval process of new or changed data Document changes for audits Work lists organize due changes Distribution Changes are kept in the central hub inactive area until approval They can then be distributed to operational group or local systems Data distribution to operational systems via Enterprise Services (SOA) or ALE Scope of Master Data Search, Display, Change, Creation of single Supplier Master Data Create or change corporate, company or purchasing attributes of suppliers Mass processing of changes Data Quality services such as duplicate check and address validation File upload for initial load, system consolidation, or supplier onboarding © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 18
  • 18. SAP Master Data Governance for Material Data Integrated, centralized product/material data for process excellence Material Processing Workflow-driven creation and change process for Materials Change requests steer the maintenance and approval process of new or changed data Document changes for audits Work lists organize due changes Distribution Changes are kept in the central hub staging area until approval They can then be distributed to operational group or local systems Distribution possible via ALE Scope of Master Data Search, Display, Change, Creation of single Material Master Data Mass processing of changes File upload for initial load, system consolidation Focus on identifying attributes of Material Master © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 19
  • 19. Master Data Governance Application Framework The foundation for your central master data management Extend SAP’s data model Standard models provided Pre-configured data models, user interface configurations, workflows, and data distribution are available Changes expected You can extend the existing models with your own master data attributes, change the UI configuration to your users’ needs, and customize the workflow and distribution to define your specific governance processes Define your own Tools allow you to define new objects and related processes in order to govern your own master data domains © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 20
  • 20. Master Data Governance Deployment Options Deploy MDG on top of operational ERP MW CRM/SRM  Deploy MDG as standalone system CRM/SRM SCM ERPs MDGM & ERP MDGM CIF ALE ERPs ALE ALE/SOA MW CIF SCM 3rd party ALE/SOA 3rd party Pure ABAP stack; extension of functional capabilities by optional components  NW MDM: Consolidation during initial load  Enterprise Search (TREX): Search and Duplicate Check  Business Objects Data Services: Duplicate Check  Business Objects analytical dashboards: Alternative UIs (instead of standard ALV lists)  PI: Third-Party integration or complex system landscape management  Portal (alternatively NW Business Client) © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Internal 21
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