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Introduction 2012 (2)

  1. 1. The Effective Enterprisewhere every business process is working at peak efficiencyand perfectly aligned to the company’s strategic goals
  2. 2. Agenda• Company Introduction• QAD solution introduction• QAD interoperability solution• Client list
  3. 3. PT. EQUINE GLOBALPT. IRIS SISTEM INFORINDO•50+ clients, 30 consultants• Main businesses : • Business Process Management • ERP Implementation • Business Intelligence implementation • Asset Maintenance Implementation
  4. 4. Established: 1979Revenue: $247 M (FY12) Birmingham Antwerp Dublin AmsterdamEmployees: 1,488 worldwide Chicago Detroit LimerickParis Frankfurt Beijing Denver Mount Wroclaw Laurel Milan Tokyo Barcelona SantaHeadquarters: Santa Barbara, CA Barbara Atlanta Shanghai Guangzhou Mexico Mumbai BangkokOperations: 20 Countries City SingaporeCustomers: 2,800 Companies 97 Countries Johannesburg Sao Paulo Sydney 30 Languages MelbourneProduct: QAD Enterprise ApplicationsStock: NASDAQ: QADA, QADB Automotive · Life Sciences · High Tech Industrial · Consumer Products· Food and Beverage
  5. 5. QAD solution introduction
  6. 6. QAD System ManagementSystem-Wide Data currency, users, … Shared-Set Data COA, suppliers,Shared-Set Data customers, …Domain Domain Domain Base currency, COAData Data Data numbering, GL calendar …Entity Entity Entity Entity Entity Transactions, financialData Data Data Data Data reporting ...Site Site Site Site Site Site Site Manufacturing facility Warehouse, sales office
  7. 7. QAD basic modules• Distribution• Manufacturing• Finance/accounting• Customer relationship management
  8. 8. Domain
  9. 9. QAD basic modules Sales Sales Orders Sales Configured Pricing Quotations /Invoicing Analysis ProductsService Repair GRS – Global Supplier Purchasing CRM Orders Requisition Shared performance Services Compliance Product Formula Routing Quality Forecast Structure Process Work center Management MPS Supplier Financials Multi- Customer Schedules National Schedules Advanced MSW & PSW Product line MRP Supplier CRP Customer Forecasting Workbench Planning Self Service Self Service Purchasing Forecasting Distributed Business DistributedProduct Change Resource Shop floor Order Mgmt Intelligence Service Work Order Order Mgmt Repetitive Supply Chain Control Planning Planning Support control Supplier & Returns Customer Consignment Consignment Advance Inventory Banking/cash Enhanced Fixed assets Repetitive Control EDI management Planning Production EDI control Financial Management Governance, Risk Multi GAAP Budgeting Analytics reporting KEY: & compliance Warehousing JIT/S Lean Enterprise Financial shared CreditConsolidations Allocations Extendedmanagement Tax Enterprise services management QXtend General Multi Accounts Accounts Cost ledger Currency receivable payable management
  10. 10. Distribution Modules – Sales Quotation • Create quotation based on another SQ • Create quotation based on Sales order • Convert SQ to SO • Record win/loss data
  11. 11. Distribution Modules – Sales Order • Credit limit checking, inventory booking • Production schedule checking • Complete shipment process • Shipment performance analysis • Invoicing • Configured product sales process • Customer schedule function • Enterprise material transfer
  12. 12. Distribution Modules – Purchasing • PR work flow approval • Blanket order function • Supplier performance analysis • In-transit delivery information • Shipper/container function • Supplier schedule function
  13. 13. Manufacturing Modules – Product structure/Formula • Product structure (discrete) • Formula (batch) • Material cost calculation • Alternate structure/item substitution • Product change control • Co/By product function
  14. 14. Manufacturing Modules – Work center and Routing • Work center – machine definition • Labor, machine cost calculation • Production steps definition • Alternate routings • Capacity analysis
  15. 15. Manufacturing Modules – Quality management • Quality parameter definition • Stand alone testing procedure • In-process testing procedure • Certificate of analysis
  16. 16. Manufacturing Modules – Planning and Scheduling • Forecast definition and simulation • Material requirement planning • Capacity requirement planning • Production scheduling
  17. 17. Manufacturing Modules – Work order and Shop floor control • Component check • Material allocations • Actual material consumption reporting • Actual labor hour reporting • Down time and non productive hour reporting • WIP analysis • Material and labor variance analysis
  18. 18. Manufacturing Modules – Repetitive manufacturing • Daily production schedule • Continuous manufacturing process • Actual material consumption reporting • Actual labor hour reporting • Down time and non productive hour reporting • WIP analysis • Material and labor variance analysis
  19. 19. Manufacturing Modules – Inventory control • Physical inventory, cycle count • Serial/lot control • Full lot traceability • Detail inventory transaction history • Safety stock, demand control via MRP
  20. 20. Enhanced Controls Enhanced Audit Trails – Have full audit trail capability for data changes – Tracks who made a change, when the change was made what are the prior and new value Supports the requirements of the FDA’s 21 CFR pt 11 regulations for the Medical Vertical
  21. 21. Customer Relationship Management – Opportunity management • The opportunity stages : Enquiry, Quotes, and Orders. • Opportunity lines : product and pricing details • Print quotes and specify role players. • SWOT details, file attachments • Convert an enquiry to quote, quote to order, and order to installed base.
  22. 22. Customer Relationship Management – Activity management• Adding Activities : email, letters, appointment, etc• Reporting Activities• Transaction History• Sending E-mail Messages• Marketing campaign• Complaint management
  23. 23. Financial Analysis Align performance of business units to your overall company objectives Analysis and reporting from C-level executives to business unit managers Multi-layer accounting with support for simulations and what-if analysis Extensive drill-down and analysis capabilities Dashboards for customer and supplier information Ensures overall state of the business analysis as strategic options are analyzed for the CFO
  24. 24. Management Reporting Extensive set of reports Graphical output that is easy to customize – Unlimited report variants can be created for any specific requirement Reports in company reporting currency and company chart of accounts for comparison of business operations Spreadsheet style browses that allow detailed selections and easily generate one-off reports Board reporting made simple, and decision making made black and white with flexible, graphical reporting for the CFO
  25. 25. Multi-GAAP Accounting Layers allow for multi-GAAP reporting Multiple charts of accounts (COA) for reporting purposes Ability to combine accounting layers in reporting Simulate GAAP transformation transactions Allocation module and Supplementary Analysis Fields to support IFRS segment reporting Accounting layers allow multi-GAAP reporting from a single set of books
  26. 26. Budgeting Supports multiple versions of budgets Budget periods can be different from accounting periods Recording of forecasts On-line budget checking and warnings Import budget data from Microsoft Excel® Live modification of budgets using Microsoft Excel® Supports multi-level budgeting and actuals coming from multiple companies
  27. 27. Consolidations A subsidiary entity can be a part of multiple consolidation entities Proportional Consolidation is supported You can build up hierarchies of consolidation entities Fast balance level consolidation Automatic tracking of intercompany transactions to support elimination Consolidate separately by accounting layer Support simulations
  28. 28. Allocations Distribute costs and revenues to appropriate accounts, sub-accounts, cost centers and projects Supports recursive allocations – Reuse result of previous allocation run as input for the next Validate results of allocation run before final posting Supports different allocation methods, including proportional based on usage/activity – For instance distribute electricity costs to production cells based on kWh
  29. 29. Financial Shared Services Sharing of chart of accounts and other key master data Sharing of customers and supplier across business units Workflow to move documents between business entities Link to document management to store electronic versions of paper documents such as invoices Cross-company AR and AP payments
  30. 30. Credit Management Extensive and flexible credit check – Based on percentage of turnover – Fixed credit limit – Maximum days of overdue – Option to overrule – Share credit limit of shared customers across companies Configurable warning level Dashboard for customer activity and credit information Multi level dunning letters
  31. 31. Tax Management Allows global tax treatment for multiple tax environments in the same database Unlimited number of tax types and rates – VAT, luxury, capped, non-recoverable Considers – Geography – Item status (taxable, non-taxable) – Customer / Supplier status – Effective date Includes flexible reporting
  32. 32. General Ledger Multi-Entity, Multi-Currency, Multi-Layer Support for recurring/reversing entries Extensive drill-down capabilities Flexible account structure with up to 5 optional Supplementary Analysis Fields per account combination Posting templates Multi-stage period closing process including period marks, closing validations and reporting Separate period for year-end corrections Bi-directional Microsoft Excel® integration for journal entries as well as for account setup
  33. 33. Multiple Currency Process, pay and receive money in any currency Set up functional currencies by business unit Dual Base Currency – Transaction amounts always stored in transaction currency + in primary base (functional) currency and secondary base (statutory) currency Extensive revaluation options, both for functional and statutory currency Allows a global organization to conduct business any currency, and generate consolidated and management reporting
  34. 34. Accounts Receivable Flexible aging reports Retro Billing allows price changes on items after items shipped and invoiced Self Billing Sharing of customers and credit limits between business units Automatic netting of invoices and credit notes Netting between customers and suppliers Write-offs and open item adjustments Dunning letters automatically generated Customer activity dashboard
  35. 35. Accounts Payable Variances are generated based on 3-way match of PO, receipt and invoice Flexible matching and approval process Automate process of entering and approving supplier invoices with Scan daemon, document management and workflow routing Evaluated Receipts Settlement (ERS) eliminates the need to enter supplier invoices Netting between customers and suppliers Write-offs and open item adjustments Supplier activity dashboard
  36. 36. Banking/Cash Management Powerful cash flow projection reporting Electronic import of bank statements Supports US Lockbox processing Extensive support for automated payments, including drafts and direct debit Support for local payment and file formats using QAD Internationalization Flexible mapping of payment formats using EDI eCommerce Petty cash handling Bank account validation according to local formats including IBAN
  37. 37. Cost Management Supplements standard costing model to allow actual cost analysis as well as periodic cost analysis (WAVG, FIFO, LIFO) Powerful tools to model and implement cost changes to standard costs Set up cost structures as required for the corporation or make them unique by plant by utilizing unlimited cost sets, multiple costing methods and cost elements
  38. 38. Fixed Assets Multiple and user defined depreciation methods Ability to split and combine assets Support transfers and retirements Multiple concurrent depreciations to support different GAAP requirements Helps in supporting regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley
  39. 39. Customization in QAD application
  40. 40. Customization ?• The system must be adapted to better meet your business needs, but you don’t want to modify source code or the database.• Customizations can make software upgrade a difficult process.• The business may not own source code but needs system customizations.
  41. 41. Customization examplesNewButton Without writing ONE line of code! New In-line screenNewPosition, Tax FieldsNew Label Removed Terms: New DefaultPO Field ValueNew format New Field!!9999 Hold Status New Size Disabled • Context-sensitive behavior • Screen enhancements • Extended business rules • Specialized validation • Supplemental data tracking • Fields, Record extensions • Enhanced sort/filtering capabilities
  42. 42. QXTEND – QAD interoperability solution
  43. 43. Interoperability Environment:• One vendor cannot supply all best-in-class applications• 2-3 applications are required for automated enterprises• Applications from multiple vendors need to interoperate• Adaptable Application interface level is preferred Business QAD QXtend Events QAD Q Q X Enterprise X I Applications O SOA
  44. 44. Qxtend implementation example Customer Forward new sales order Start Mobile-SO Server QXtend Customer agreed (and SMS Gateway) Server On Qty Price and Create new Shipment Schedule Sales Order Sales Person New sales order Create new sales information and MFG/PRO E-mail order on Netbook approval request Server Server (sms and e-mail) Finish BM/RM/DirectorNew sales order notification: New sales order notification:SO, Customer, Item, Qty order, Price, Credit- SO, Sales-person terms Customer, Item, Qty order, Price, Credit-termsCustomer Balance, Overdue Customer Balance, OverdueStatus: wait for approval Requesting approval: Approve Reject Pending = default 5 days
  45. 45. Bar Code & Wireless transaction
  46. 46. QAD .Net user interface
  47. 47. Process Map
  48. 48. Flexible data sorting, filtering, grouping, Excel, Email integration
  49. 49. Built in report generator
  50. 50. Flexible reporting : data filtering Report schedule
  51. 51. Report generator output
  52. 52. Operational Metrics
  53. 53. Quick search
  54. 54. Internal email system
  55. 55. Configurable screenHide fields, read only, skip, mandatory, new field – per user
  56. 56. Client list
  57. 57. Client list in Indonesia :Pharmaceutical Automotive ChemicalActavis Chuhatsu Indonesia Aneka Kimia RayaEisai Indonesia Superior CoachMeiji Indonesia – Jakarta Tri Dharma Wisesa IndustrialMeiji Indonesia – Bangil Sankei Dharma Indonesia AREVA IndonesiaOtsuka Indonesia – Jakarta Setia Guna Sejati Betts IndonesiaOtsuka Indonesia – Lawang Nusa Toyotetsu Danapaints IndonesiaPhapros Hi-Lex Indonesia Indoaluminium IntikarsaSandoz Indobat International CoatingTunggal Idaman Abdi Maitland Smith IndonesiaWidatra Bakti Consumer Product Sandimas Raksakeramika Cussons Indonesia Artolite Indah Mediatama Faber Castell Royal DoultonElectronic IDS Manufacturing Astari NiagaratamaHartono Istana Technology Simplot Agritama HariffLucent Technology Saritama Food Processing Fillomatic GlobalPanggung Electric Sinar Meadow Int’l Indonesia Petro Oxo NusantaraAkari Indonesia Griya Mie Sejati (Bakmi GM) Tara Ina PlasticMatsushita Lighting Dua kelinci Toppan PrintingSinar Baja electric Pioneeriondo Gourmet Int’l Wavin group
  58. 58. Client list outside Indonesia :Textron SingaporeDamen shipyard SingaporeSingapore Mint SingaporeYenom SingaporeGemalto SingaporeGefran SingaporeToyochem SingaporeRISIS SingaporeRISIS MalaysiaPetrochemical MalaysiaSDKM MalaysiaOEM MalaysiaLFAsia MalaysiaCafe France PhilippinesBrunei Wafirah Brunei Darussalam
  59. 59. Asset Management Maintenance
  60. 60. QAD Enterprise Asset Maintenance
  61. 61. Plant Maintenance• Schedule and track preventive and predictive maintenance to optimize equipment utilization• Perform specific maintenance, calibration, inspection, lubrication and component replacement activities at specific intervals in order to avoid unplanned breakdowns
  62. 62. Inventory Management• Reduce inventory costs by maintaining the best balance of critical spare parts on hand• Ensure availability of critical spare parts with automatic min/max stock replenishment• Track, identify and transfer parts across multiple locations• Verify true cost of ownership by accumulating spare parts spending against equipment repair history
  63. 63. Purchasing• Manage, evaluate and choose vendors based on performance• Consistently monitor spending against budget.• Accelerate approval cycles by using electronic requisition routing and email notifications
  64. 64. Capital Project Management• Manage capital projects to consistently deliver on time and on budget, and help move new equipment into production as soon as possible• Monitor and control spending against budget• Reallocate budgets from one project to another