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  • One of the first questions customers normally ask is, “Why did SAP launch mySAP ERP instead of further developing SAP R/3 as the ERP solution”? Well, the answer is pretty clear. Basically it was the feedback of the installed base customers, as well as of the new customers, that showed us the time was right to make some changes. On one hand, customers agreed that SAP R/3 was already a strong solution to support ERP requirements. But on the other hand, many of them also felt that today’s requirements were more complex than SAP R/3 could handle. In a time when customers recognize the benefits of SAP Business Warehouse and many of them have already implemented it, or when customers are thinking about increasing usability by implementing a portal, it becomes clear that ERP is expected to offer these capabilities as well. Furthermore, customers didn’t just look at the technical aspects. They also searched for new functionalities in all areas of the application, based on the new technologies. The best technology is brings no benefit if it is not utilized by applications. As a result of the feedback received, SAP launched mySAP ERP in March 2003. At that time, mySAP ERP was more or less a bundle of different SAP components, such as SAP R/3 Enterprise, SAP SEM (Strategic Enterprise Management), … as well as all the components of SAP NetWeaver, the state-of-the-art technology platform providing portal, business warehouse, exchange infrastructure, and many other capabilities. In mySAP ERP, new customers could buy a complete ERP solution. Installed base customers with SAP R/3 contracts, on the other hand, had the chance to convert their license to mySAP ERP to benefit from it.
  • Let’s have a closer look at the mySAP Business Suite and its mySAP solutions. The principle of the mySAP Business Suite and its solutions is that customers can find exactly the software they need for their requirements. mySAP ERP can be seen as the first step towards the full suite. A customer that requires only ERP capabilities could start with mySAP ERP. By licensing mySAP ERP, this customer will receive the software for state-of-the-art ERP, including SAP NetWeaver. Later on, the customer might realize that his requirements have increased. The company now also needs the capabilities of mySAP CRM and mySAP SCM. The answer to this could be a combination of the specific mySAP solutions with the existing mySAP ERP license or the conversion to the mySAP Business Suite, which includes these mySAP solutions as well. We can say that “the mySAP solutions are subsets of the mySAP Business Suite.” However, a company could certainly also start immediately with the mySAP Business Suite, depending on its requirements. We will come back to this in a later section when we consider transition options.
  • mySAP ERP customers can also extend functionality by adding any one of the mySAP Business Suite Solutions. These include Customer Relationship Management, Supplier Relationship Management, Product Relationship Management and Supply Chain Management. At any stage, a mySAP ERP customer may elect to convert his/her license to a mySAP Business Suite license and will then have access to all the solutions.
  • The picture you see here represents the solution map of mySAP ERP. As with all other mySAP solutions, a solution map shows you the content provided by the specific solution. This picture just shows the top-level of the mySAP ERP solution map. To find out more, you can look at the solution map at the SAP Service Marketplace, where you can click on the different areas in the map to get more detail. The map is available at http://service.sap.com/businessmaps --> Cross-Industry Maps --> Enterprise Resource Planning. As you can see, this slide also highlights several areas. These are the areas where mySAP ERP offers additional capabilities compared with SAP R/3 Enterprise. As an example, a mySAP ERP customer can use SAP NetWeaver capabilities by implementing the SAP Business Warehouse or the SAP Enterprise Portal. Or the customer can implement Self-Service Procurement, Internet Sales, or other functionalities. All these functions are not available to the SAP R/3 license customer.
  • The picture you see here represents the solution map of mySAP ERP. As with all other mySAP solutions, a solution map shows you the content provided by the specific solution. This picture just shows the top-level of the mySAP ERP solution map. To find out more, you can look at the solution map at the SAP Service Marketplace, where you can click on the different areas in the map to get more detail. The map is available at http://service.sap.com/businessmaps --> Cross-Industry Maps --> Enterprise Resource Planning. As you can see, this slide also highlights several areas. These are the areas where mySAP ERP offers additional capabilities compared with SAP R/3 Enterprise. As an example, a mySAP ERP customer can use SAP NetWeaver capabilities by implementing the SAP Business Warehouse or the SAP Enterprise Portal. Or the customer can implement Self-Service Procurement, Internet Sales, or other functionalities. All these functions are not available to the SAP R/3 license customer.
  • This picture gives a good overview of the evolution of the ERP solutions from SAP. After the SAP R/1 and SAP R/2 products, SAP introduced SAP R/3 in 1992. Up to SAP R/3 Release 4.6, SAP R/3 had a two layer architecture (SAP Basis and SAP Application). With SAP R/3 Enterprise, the three layer strategy was introduced. With mySAP ERP, which has been available since March 2003, SAP offered a bundle of components supporting ERP business processes. At this point, SAP R/3 Enterprise was one of those components. As you can see here, even from this point mySAP ERP was more than just SAP R/3 Enterprise plus SAP NetWeaver, since it offered many functional enhancements like Self Services, SAP SEM, and others. As mentioned in previous slides, the next steps include a tighter integration within mySAP ERP (especially with the SAP NetWeaver capabilities), enhancements in the area of usability and employee efficiency, and the reduction of TCO. SAP also wants to provide additional functionality. The SAP ERP Central Component represents the next step in this evolution. As you can see, the orange boxes represent the items that can be operated on an SAP ERP Central Component. And in the SAP NetWeaver area, you can see the dark blue frames that are technically integrated in the SAP ERP Central Component. Looking at the 2004 edition, it is clear that mySAP ERP is more than just SAP ERP Central Component plus SAP NetWeaver. Please note, that the value for the individual customer might come from one component of mySAP ERP – or the combination of several components inside mySAP ERP. When you explain the value to your customers, it is wise not to focus only on a single component.
  • SAP R/3 Enterprise is the latest version of SAP R/3 following SAP R/3 4.6C. The SAP R/3 Enterprise Core reflects mainly the functionality already provided with SAP R/3 4.6C.. All infrastructure improvements (such as performance optimization) and legally required changes are made in this area. Additional enhancements for R/3 Enterprise in the areas of technology and infrastructure include the package concept, global parameterization with business configuration sets, Unicode compliance and Accessibility. New functional developments covering enterprise centric business processes, are made in the SAP R/3 Enterprise Extensions , which are encapsulated objects. They are selectively deployable, package in the SAP R/3 Enterprise Extension Set, which has its own release cycle. From a technical perspective, the application platform SAP Web Application Server , which is an essential part of SAP NetWeaver was taken as the foundation for SAP R/3 Enterprise. It includes all existing SAP Basis technologies and new features of the SAP Web AS. SAP Web provides a homogeneous infrastructure for both JAVA and ABAP-based applications. It provides integration services and connectivity both to the portal infrastructure and the exchange infrastructure. SAP Web AS 6.20 incorporates all the features of existing SAP Basis and Web application servers, such as the development workbench, transport management system, monitoring, versioning and the business object repository. Furthermore, a new value of the SAP Web Application Server in combination with SAP R/3 Enterprise is its downward compatibility. As a result a customer can upgrade the technology without touching the SAP R/3 Enterprise Core or the SAP R/3 Enterprise Extensions. To more clearly understand the SAP R/3 Enterprise architecture, it is helpful to compare SAP R/3 Enterprise with previous s releases to highlight the differences and additional benefits. The next slide will illustrate the evolution of the development strategy of SAP R/3 in the past compared with SAP R/3 Enterprise today.
  • This picture gives a good overview of the evolution of the ERP solutions from SAP. After the SAP R/1 and SAP R/2 products, SAP introduced SAP R/3 in 1992. Up to SAP R/3 Release 4.6, SAP R/3 had a two layer architecture (SAP Basis and SAP Application). With SAP R/3 Enterprise, the three layer strategy was introduced. With mySAP ERP, which has been available since March 2003, SAP offered a bundle of components supporting ERP business processes. At this point, SAP R/3 Enterprise was one of those components. As you can see here, even from this point mySAP ERP was more than just SAP R/3 Enterprise plus SAP NetWeaver, since it offered many functional enhancements like Self Services, SAP SEM, and others. As mentioned in previous slides, the next steps include a tighter integration within mySAP ERP (especially with the SAP NetWeaver capabilities), enhancements in the area of usability and employee efficiency, and the reduction of TCO. SAP also wants to provide additional functionality. The SAP ERP Central Component represents the next step in this evolution. As you can see, the orange boxes represent the items that can be operated on an SAP ERP Central Component. And in the SAP NetWeaver area, you can see the dark blue frames that are technically integrated in the SAP ERP Central Component. Looking at the 2004 edition, it is clear that mySAP ERP is more than just SAP ERP Central Component plus SAP NetWeaver. Please note, that the value for the individual customer might come from one component of mySAP ERP – or the combination of several components inside mySAP ERP. When you explain the value to your customers, it is wise not to focus only on a single component.
  • mySAP ERP is powered by SAP NetWeaver. Let’s now have a look at how the solution is already making use of the capabilities of SAP NetWeaver. This slide gives some examples that answer this question. One very good example is the Self Services provided with mySAP ERP. They utilize the portal capabilities, make use of SAP BW (SAP Business Information Warehouse) through the Manager Self Services, and are technically based on the SAP Web Application Server. Other functionalities, like the Self-Service Procurement, utilize the Integration Broker (SAP Exchange Infrastructure).
  • Here you can find the bill of material for mySAP ERP. All the components shown are shipped with mySAP ERP. Since SAP ERP Central Component will reach its mass availability with the end of the SAP ramp-up process, it will only be part of the shipment starting in June 2004 if the customer is part of the ramp-up. Please note that this bill of material represents the software a customer can install/upgrade. It does not reflect the complete functionality of mySAP ERP, since one SAP component can offer different functions.
  • The following three slides will show the transitional directions for existing SAP customers. The license view First of all, mySAP ERP can be seen as a license model. If a customer wants to utilize mySAP ERP and its SAP components, it needs to have at least a mySAP ERP contract. As shown in the diagram, the rights with the license of an SAP R/3 contract are a subset of mySAP ERP. As we have already discussed, the mySAP solutions are subsets of the mySAP Business Suite. This also applies to mySAP ERP. That means that customers with a mySAP Business Suite contract have all the rights of a mySAP ERP contract as well. Note: For simplification reasons, other mySAP solutions, xApps, SAP Industry Solutions, SAP Smart Business Solutions, and SAP Packaged Solutions are not included in this presentation.
  • Here you can see the pros and cons of an upgrade to SAP ECC. Pros: Besides the new functionality provided with SAP ECC, the optional integration of SAP BW 3.5, SAP SEM and the ITS (without FlowLogic) is the most important point to mention. The most important “con” is the lack of availability until Q1, 2005, unless the customer wants to be part of the ramp-up program. Because of the given timeframe, SAP ECC might not be an option for customers, where other projects are already planned.
  • It should be clear at this point that a customer can utilize mySAP ERP even if it isn’t on SAP ECC. The extra functionality provided by SAP ECC is missing in SAP R/3 Enterprise but, as we saw in the previous slide, it depends whether the customer requires these features and functions or not. Since mySAP ERP allows SAP R/3 Enterprise and since SAP R/3 Enterprise can be upgraded smoothly to SAP ECC, it is clear that SAP R/3 Enterprise is still currently a valid upgrade option. For more information on SAP R/3 Enterprise, see http://service.sap.com/enterprise.
  • This slide gives you an overview of the release strategy with SAP R/3 Enterprise and SAP ERP Central Component as part of mySAP ERP.
  • In this slide you can review the complete picture of the mainstream maintenance for SAP R/3 and mySAP ERP as well as the options for maintenance extension. For further details, please visit http://service.sap.com/maintenance
  • The time is right to be going down the mySAP ERP route; just listen to what independent market analysts are saying. A wide selection of analyst reports are available for release (See SMART).
  • You can review the most important facts about mySAP ERP here.
  • This slide covers the facts about SAP ERP Central Component (SAP ECC).
  • And finally, these are the facts about SAP R/3 Enterprise
  • To complete this last section, here is a list of important resources at the SAP Service Marketplace (http://service.sap.com) that cover the topics of mySAP ERP and SAP R/3 Enterprise.
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    • 1. Dr. Wolfgang Schaper Director Product Management Global ERP Initiative, SAP AG March 31, 2004 Moving forward with mySAP ERP NOT AN OFFICIAL UNCTAD RECORD
    • 2. Content Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP
    • 3. mySAP ERP – Overview
      • Next Generation ERP Solution
      • mySAP ERP within mySAP Business Suite
      • Flexibility to Extend the Solution
      • What is in mySAP ERP?
      • How mySAP ERP differs from SAP R/3 Enterprise
      Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP
    • 4. Next Generation ERP Solution – mySAP ERP Advancement in Technology Business Requirements Integrated processes Adaptable business Replace Leverage Centralized Computing Client/Server Architecture X  Service-Oriented Architectures Automation Efficiency & Control Strategic Value SAP R/2 SAP R/3 mySAP ERP
    • 5. mySAP ERP within mySAP Business Suite mySAP SCM mySAP PLM mySAP SRM mySAP CRM mySAP ERP Analytics Financials Human Resources Corporate Services Operations Life-Cycle-Data, Project-, Quality- and Asset Management Inventory & Warehouse Mgmt. Manufacturing & Transportation Sales Order Internet Sales Purchase Order Requisitioning SAP NetWeaver mySAP Business Suite
    • 6. SAP Offers the Flexibility to Extend the Solution Add any of the “snap-in” solutions on demand basis mySAP PLM mySAP ERP mySAP SRM mySAP CRM mySAP SCM SAP NetWeaver Or convert to a mySAP Business Suite license mySAP PLM mySAP SCM mySAP ERP mySAP SRM mySAP CRM
    • 7. “ More than just a software package!” Employee Transaction Management Self Services Analytics Strategic Enterprise Management Financial Analytics Operations Analytics Workforce Analytics Financials Financial Accounting Management Accounting Financial Supply Chain Management Corporate Governance Human Capital Management Employee Lifecycle Management HCM Service Delivery Operations: Value Generation Procurement Inventory & Warehouse Management Manufacturing Transportation Sales Order Management Customer Service Corporate Services Travel Management Environment, Health & Safety Incentive and Commission Management Real Estate Management SAP NetWeaver™ People Integration Information Integration Process Integration Application Platform Operations: Support Life Cycle Data Management Program & Project Management Quality Management Enterprise Asset Management Workforce Deployment Extensive analytics, intuitively accessible portal(s) Supports full procure-to-pay and order-to-cash processes Unique set of value-added services to greatly improve management of resources and assets Ensures adherence to new legal obligations Model, execute, and monitor processes across technology and the organization Mobile Infrastructure, portal connects people Aggregate and analyse information across technology and the organization via SAP Exchange Infrastructure Open system architecture enables easier integration Motivate employees to achieve, and design innovative reward strategies Self-serve portal increases flexibility and productivity Streamlines invoicing and payment processes Empowers employees and improves HCM, reducing costs Includes Internet Sales to boost revenues
    • 8. How mySAP ERP differs from SAP R/3 Enterprise Employee Transaction Management Self Services Analytics Strategic Enterprise Management Financial Analytics Operations Analytics Financials Financial Accounting Management Accounting Financial Supply Chain Management Human Capital Management Employee Lifecycle Management HCM Service Delivery Operations: Value Generation Procurement Inventory & Warehouse Management Manufacturing Transportation Sales Order Management Corporate Services Travel Management Environment, Health & Safety Incentive and Commission Management SAP NetWeaver™ People Integration Information Integration Process Integration Operations: Support Life Cycle Data Management Program & Project Management Quality Management Workforce Analytics Corporate Governance Customer Service Real Estate Management Application Platform Enterprise Asset Management Workforce Deployment Strategic Enterprise Management Exchange Infrastructure E-Learning and E-Recruiting Financial Supply Chain Management Manager and Employee Self Services Analytics SAP NetWeaver Mobile Business Enterprise Portal Self-Service Procurement Business Warehouse Internet Sales People-Centric ERP
    • 9. Architecture of mySAP ERP
      • Architecture of mySAP ERP
      • mySAP ERP and SAP NetWeaver
      • mySAP ERP – Bill of Material
      Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP
    • 10. Architecture of mySAP ERP Technology Application * available from ECC 6.00 SAP Web Application Server SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 Enterprise Core SAP Enterprise Extension Set SAP Basis SAP R/3 up to 4.6C Application
    • 11. Extension Sets: Keeping the Core Stable SAP R/3 Enterprise is built along the principle of optimizing the stable and mature core processes and infrastructure and making new enhancements optional and deployable as needed Optional new Functional Enhancements (SAP R/3 Enterprise Extensions) Tuned core, optimized for performance – bases on 4.6C (SAP R/3 Enterprise Core) Newest version of technology and infrastructure enhancements (SAP Web Application Server)
    • 12. Architecture of mySAP ERP Technology Application * available from ECC 6.00 mySAP ERP Edition 2003 Self-Service Procurement SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 Enterprise Core SAP Enterprise Extension Set Strategic Enterprise Management Internet Sales Self Services … and more Additional Components SAP NetWeaver™ Composite Application Framework APPLICATION PLATFORM Life Cycle Mgmt PEOPLE INTEGRATION Multi Channel Access Portal Collaboration INFORMATION INTEGRATION Master Data Mgmt Bus. Intelligence Knowledge Mgmt PROCESS INTEGRATION Integration Broker Business Process Mgmt J2EE ABAP DB and OS Abstraction mySAP ERP Edition 2004 SAP NetWeaver™ ‘04 Composite Application Framework APPLICATION PLATFORM Life Cycle Mgmt Composite Applications PEOPLE INTEGRATION Multi Channel Access Portal Collaboration INFORMATION INTEGRATION Master Data Mgmt Bus. Intelligence Knowledge Mgmt PROCESS INTEGRATION Integration Broker Business Process Mgmt J2EE ABAP DB and OS Abstraction SAP ECC Core SAP ECC Extension Set Switch Framework * Strategic Enterprise Management Self Services Additional Components Self-Service Procurement Internet Sales SAP ERP Central Component 5.00 … and more SAP Web Application Server SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 Enterprise Core SAP Enterprise Extension Set SAP Basis SAP R/3 up to 4.6C Application
    • 13. mySAP ERP and SAP NetWeaver SAP NetWeaver™ Composite Application Framework Life Cycle Mgmt … PROCESS INTEGRATION Integration Broker Business Process Mgmt INFORMATION INTEGRATION Bus. Intelligence Master Data Mgmt Knowledge Mgmt Some examples of functionality leveraging NetWeaver technologies PEOPLE INTEGRATION Multi channel access Portal Collaboration … Financial Supply Chain Management, Self-Service Procurement… … Strategic Enterprise Management, Manager Self Services… … Self Services, Collaborative Folders and Collaborative Projects… APPLICATION PLATFORM J2EE DB and OS Abstraction ABAP … Self Services, Adobe Printing Forms… mySAP ERP Analytics Financials Human Capital Management Operations Corporate Services
    • 14. mySAP ERP – Bill of Material
        • (Additional pricing may apply to different areas)
        • SAP Strategic Enterprise Management
        • SAP E-Recruitment
        • SAP Learning Solution
        • SAP Financial Supply Chain Management
        • Employee Self-Services / Manager Self-Services
        • SAP cProject Suite
        • SAP Internet Sales Web Application Component
        • SAP R/3 Enterprise (default until end of ramp-up of SAP ECC)
        • SAP ERP Central Component (available from June 2004 with ramp-up, mass availability from Q1/2005)
        • SAP Business Warehouse (as part of SAP NetWeaver)
        • SAP Enterprise Portal (as part of SAP NetWeaver)
        • SAP Exchange Infrastructure (as part of SAP NetWeaver)
        • SAP Supplier Relationship Management (Self-service procurement classic scenario only)
    • 15. Transition to mySAP ERP
      • License View
      • Upgrade to ECC 5.00
      • Upgrade to R/3 Enterprise
      Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP
    • 16. mySAP ERP Transition – License View License View mySAP Business Suite contract mySAP Business Suite contract (formerly ‘mySAP.com contract’) …includes functionality in ERP, SCM, CRM, PLM, and SRM, all enhanced by SAP NetWeaver. >Available to existing and new customers< mySAP ERP contract mySAP ERP contract … includes functionality for analytics, finance, human capital management, operations and corporate services, all enhanced by SAP NetWeaver. >Available to existing and new customers< SAP R/3 contract SAP R/3 contract … includes the functionality of SAP R/3 and SAP R/3 Enterprise. >Available to existing customers only<
    • 17. Option: Upgrade to SAP ECC 5.00* * May require additional license SAP ECC 5.00 is a valid upgrade option for all customers where the given release dates do not interfere with other project plans Customers need to check the maintenance of their current release
      • Benefits
      • All pros from SAP R/3 Enterprise (see next slide)
      • Integration of SAP BW (optional)
      • Integration of SAP SEM (optional)
      • Integration of SAP ITS (optional)
      • New functionality compared with SAP R/3 Enterprise
      • Offers smooth upgrade from SAP R/3 Enterprise
      • To be considered
      • First available in June 2004 (ramp-up)
      • Mass availability not before Q1/2005
      • License conversion might be required
      • Limited availability of industry solutions
      • No experiences/case studies available
      Target group: Customers on SAP R/3 Enterprise Customers on SAP R/3 4.6C or below
    • 18. Option: Upgrade to SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 Enterprise is a valid upgrade option! Customers already on SAP R/3 Enterprise could stay until 2009 and start deployment of other SAP components of mySAP ERP immediately
      • Benefits
      • Still under mainstream maintenance (mainstream maintenance until Q1/2009)
      • Can also be used with mySAP ERP contract
      • Web functionality in SAP Web Application Server
      • Unicode available
      • Upgrade downtime minimization through system switch upgrade technology
      • Direct integration into SAP XI possible
      • Additional functionality compared with SAP R/3 4.6C
      • Experiences and case studies available
      • To be considered
      • Smaller functional scope compared with SAP ECC 5.00
      • Integrated SAP BW, SAP SEM, and SAP ITS not available
      Target group: Customers on SAP R/3 4.6B and below Customers on SAP R/3 4.6C
    • 19. Outlook and Roadmap
      • Release Strategy
      • Maintenance Strategy
      Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP
    • 20. Available with mySAP contracts only (e.g. mySAP ERP or mySAP Business Suite) Release Strategy – SAP R/3 and mySAP ERP 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Available with SAP R/3 contract SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 Enterprise Extension Set 1.10 SAP R/3 Enterprise Extension Set 2.00 SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.7 SAP R/3 4.6C SAP ERP Central Component 5.00 SAP ECC Core 5.00 SAP ECC Extension Set 5.00 mySAP ERP – Edition 2004 SAP NetWeaver’04 Other components (e.g. Self Service Procurement) mySAP ERP – Edition 2003 SAP NetWeaver’03 Other components (e.g. Self Service Procurement) SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 Enterprise Extension Set 1.10 SAP R/3 Enterprise Extension Set 2.00 SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.7
    • 21. Maintenance Strategy – SAP R/3 and mySAP ERP 20 11 20 12 2002 2003 200 4 200 5 200 6 200 7 20 08 20 09 20 10 mySAP ERP 2004 SAP R/3 Enterprise SAP R/3 4.6C SAP R/3 3.1I – 4.6B mySAP ERP 2005 Mainstr. Maint. Dec Dec Mainstream Maintenance Extended Maint. (17% + 2%) Dec Dec Ramp- Up Mar Dec Mar Extended Maint. (17% + 2%) Extended Maintenance (17% + 4%) Extended Maintenance (17% + 4%) Mar 20 14 Mar Mar Ramp- Up Mainstream Maintenance Mainstream Maintenance Mainstream Maintenance 20 13 Customer-Specific Maintenance Dec Customer-Specific Maintenance Extended Maint. (17% + 2%) Extended Maintenance (17% + 4%) Customer-Specific Maintenance Mar Mar Extended Maint. (17% + 2%) Extended Maintenance (17% + 4%) Customer-Specific Maintenance Extended Maint. (17% + 2%) Extended Maintenance (17% + 4%) Customer- Specific Maintenance Ramp- Up
    • 22. Summary and Further Information
      • The Right Time for mySAP ERP
      • Summary
      • Further Information
      Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP
    • 23. Now is the Right Time for mySAP ERP mySAP ERP should be an attractive option for new customers and existing SAP users. It offers a very competitive set of traditional ERP functionality.” Jim Shepherd AMR Research Companies are realizing the significance of ERP as an essential pillar in building the real-time enterprise. Real-time enterprises need extendible business functionality based on a solid but flexible IT infrastructure that allows them to quickly adapt business processes and add functionality without having to overhaul their underlying technology foundation. Derek Prior Gartner, Inc. We are sure SAP customers will benefit from the flexibility of SAP’s new ERP upgrade options and the extensibility of the technology platform SAP NetWeaver. German SAP User Group “ “ “
    • 24. Summary: Facts about mySAP ERP
        • mySAP ERP is a solution within the mySAP Business Suite. As a result, the functional scope of mySAP ERP is already licensed by mySAP Business Suite customers
        • mySAP ERP was announced in March 2003 and is already available
        • mySAP ERP is SAP’s next generation ERP solution, succeeding SAP R/3
        • mySAP ERP can be licensed by new and installed base customers
        • Customers with SAP R/3 contracts, who want to benefit from mySAP ERP, need to convert their license to mySAP ERP contract (or mySAP Business Suite contract)
        • mySAP ERP includes several components (see bill of material)
        • Some additional highlights in mySAP ERP (compared with SAP R/3 Enterprise) are:
            • Fully powered by SAP NetWeaver
            • Additional functionalities like Strategic Enterprise Management Financial Supply Chain Management Employee and Manager Self Services Learning Solution E-Recruiting Self Service Procurement Internet Sales and more
    • 25.
        • First release is planned for June 2004 as part of the ramp-up
        • Following the ramp-up philosophy, the mass availability is planned for six months later
        • First release of SAP ERP Central Component is SAP ECC 5.00
        • The architecture of the new ERP Central Component will be layered to allow for:
          • Efficient integrated deployment of SAP NetWeaver
          • Incremental upgrades using proven technologies pioneered in SAP R/3 Enterprise
          • Streamlined industry add-on strategy
          • Lower TCO through less complex deployment models and less instances
      Summary: Facts about SAP ERP Central Component
    • 26.
        • SAP R/3 Enterprise will enter a long-term maintenance mode with Extension Set 2.00 under mainstream maintenance until 2009
        • SAP R/3 Enterprise Core will be maintained until 2009
        • Improvements to performance, legal changes, and repairs will be ongoing as part of standard maintenance via support packages
        • In the near future all industry add-ons available with SAP R/3 Enterprise will be available with SAP ECC and ongoing industry developments will be made for SAP ECC
      Summary: Facts about SAP R/3 Enterprise
    • 27. Further Information at SAP Service Marketplace  mySAP ERP http:// service.sap.com/ erp  SAP NetWeaver http:// service.sap.com/ netweaver  Development News http:// service.sap.com/ developmentnews  SAP R/3 Enterprise http:// service.sap.com / enterprise  New Release Strategy http:// service.sap.com/ releasestrategy  Release Notes http:// service.sap.com/ releasenotes  Upgrade Information Center http:// service.sap.com / upgrade  Upgrade Focus Group http:// service.sap.com/ ufg Services from SAP Support and SAP Consulting  Upgrade Technology Tools http:// service.sap.com/ upgradetech  Safe Guarding http:// service.sap.com / safeguarding  Maintenance Strategy http:// service.sap.com / maintenance  Online Help http:// help.sap.com
    • 28. Backup
      • Industry Availability
      Architecture of mySAP ERP mySAP ERP – Overview Outlook and Roadmap Summary and Further Information Transition to mySAP ERP Backup
    • 29. Industry Availability * released Dec 2004 SAP for Public Sector (not PSCD) SAP for Beverages SAP for Retail (EA) SAP for Global Trade Management SAP for Financial Service Providers SAP for Defense and Security SAP for Banking Extension Set 5.00 SAP for Mining SAP for Apparel and footwear SAP for Media SAP for Telecommunication SAP for Utilities SAP for Insurance SAP fro Healthcare SAP for Oil & Gas SAP for Public Sector (PSCD) SAP for Discrete Industries SAP for Aerospace and Defense SAP for Automotive SAP for Engineering, Construction & Operations SAP for High Tech SAP for Mill Products SAP for Apparel and Footwear * SAP for Chemicals SAP for Pharmaceuticals SAP for Consumer Products SAP for Service Providers SAP for Professional Services SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components SAP for Retail Add-On ( own ramp-up) Add-On (own ramp-up) Core Not defined Sep 2004 June 2004 ECC 6.00 ECC 5.00
    • 30. Dr. Wolfgang Schaper Director - Product Management Global ERP Initiative SAP AG Neurottstraße 16 69190 Walldorf Germany Phone +49/6227/763963 Mobile +49/171/3363686 Fax +49/6227/7827629 E-Mail [email_address] www.sap.com
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