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  • Incorporating previously non-integrated processes into a highly integrated environment usually presents unique challenges from both the business practice and technical perspective.
  • Incorporating previously non-integrated processes into a highly integrated environment usually presents unique challenges from both the business practice and technical perspective.
  • The business transaction is the key trigger event in an integrated environment. In SAP R/3, the effects of a business transaction are immediately registered with ALL appropriate aspects of the integrated enterprise through the document principle. These documents represent the information flow between the functional elements of SAP and the business processes. Documents in SAP provide the auditability and consistency necessary for large scale integration.
  • Maint overview sap

    1. 1. SAP Overview for Maintenance Community 1
    2. 2. What is ERP• The acronym ERP represents Enterprise, Resource, Planning. ERP is the name of the process and the name of the baseline of the systems. 2
    3. 3. What is SAP R/3?• The acronym SAP represents Systems, Applications, Products in Data Processing. SAP is both the name of the system and the name of the company that provides the system. 3
    4. 4. Legacy System EnvironmentA Business transaction • Time delay until all entities are aware of the occurrence of a business transaction • Interfaces must be built and maintained to ensure propagation of information Demand of inconsistencies of • Risk Management across entities due to information Order duplication of data, timing and errors Manufacturing Processing Interfaces Management Procurement Reporting Financials 4
    5. 5. ARNG Legacy System Environment Demand Order Management SARSS Processing Property ULLS-S4, ULLS, Accountability ULLS-A,SPBS-4, PBUSE, DPAS SAMS, SARSS Interfaces Manufacturing SAMS, ULLS ManagementProcurement ReportingSARRS, IMAP Financials SARSS, ILAP FUNDS CONTROL, STANFINS, IMAP 5
    6. 6. SAP Integrated Solution EnvironmentA Business transaction • Real time information available to all entities • Always consistent information – single sourced • Supply Chain Integration is standard in SAP solutions Demand •Global Visibility as a Business Management Manufacturing Order Processing R/3 Management Reporting Procurement Financials 6
    7. 7. SAP OverviewHistory DoD Credentials• World’s Largest Business OSD Application Provider DLA – Business Systems Modernization• 30 Years Business Experience NRO / NIMA – Enterprise Logistics• 19,000+ Customers, 23 Industry U.S. Army Solution Areas; eg A&D Logistics Modernization Program (LMP)• 28,000 employees Global Combat Support System - Tactical• $1b Annual R&D Spend, +8,000 developers US Army Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA)• 22 Nations Worldwide use SAP for Armaments Research & Development Center Defense Navy Navy Converged SAP ERP Weapon Systems Program Management Aviation Maintenance Management & Supply Chain Management Regional Maintenance & Workforce Management Working Capital Financial Management RNLAF Navy Retail Solution 7
    8. 8. Army Evolution Mission: Implement an enterprise solution to execute FUNCTION CURRENT FUTURE tactical CSS as an integral component of the SALE Natl Joint(DLA) OSD GCSS-Joint Sustaining Base National SAMMS CCSS GCSS-Army Guiding PrinciplesSustainment • Enable CS/CSS Transformation Army Nat’l SDS • Support the Objective Force LIDB • Enterprise-wide integration Chg in Tech • Web based (DRID 54) Approach • Employ Industry Best Practices • Employ COTS Software ULLS-A ULLS-G Maint • Enable Distribution Based Log SAMS-1 SAMS-I/TDA • Integrate CSS & C2 • Drive CSS Re-engineering GCSS-Army Development SPBS-R y ULLS-S4 Property • Avoid custom techniques & code Current STAMIS (Tactical) PBUSE SARSS-1 SARSS-2AD Supply Arm viaTactical (partial) Army Support SAAS-MOD ATP/DAO S- Ammo ILAP / JLWI SAMS-2 GCS SARSS-2AD(partial SARSS-2AC(partial) WIN Web Browser Access SARSS-GW(partial) Log Mgmt -T -Any Authorized User SARSS-2AD -One Picture / One Enterprise SARSS-2AC/B SARSS-GW SAAS-MMC ASP MMC ... for about 135,000 Users Integration FMTP CSS CSSCS BCS3Army C2 Maneuver FBCB2 8
    9. 9. PLM+ External Interfaces• Blueprinting will include the following interfaces which have been identified in the JROC ORD BCS3 CC/JTF CSSCS FBCB2 GCSS-MC FCS ATLASS II+ LDSS WARS-NT BSMPLM+ will use SAP’s XI DFAS TMDEComponent of NetWeaverto interface with the GCSS-legacy systems asconfirmed during TC-AIMS II Army FMTPblueprinting. TAMMIS/ LMP DMLSS DIMHRS TAMIS-R LIDB Legend LAAWS OTHER Joint System ARMY System MTS LMP MC4 DoD System TMIP 9
    10. 10. SAP R/3: Functional Modules Sales & Distribution •Inquiries, Quotes, & Orders Financials •Customer Master •General Ledger • Pricing •Accounts Payable •Delivery •Accounts Receivable •Available-to-Promise •Cash Management •Invoicing •Asset Management SD FI ControllingProduction Planning •Product Costing•MRP PP CO •Profitability Analysis•Demand Planning•Production Orders MM HR •Cost Center Accounting •Profit Center Accounting•BOMs/Routings•Capacity Planning SM R/3 PM Materials Management QM PS Human Resources •Purchasing WM WF •Personal Administration •Inventory Management •Payroll •Stock Transports •Benefits •Vendor Master •Recruiting •Material Master 10
    11. 11. SAP R/3: Functional Modules Service Management Plant Maintenance •Requests & Notifications SD FI •Preventative Maintenance •Service Orders •Plant Orders •Warranty PP CO •BOMs/Operations •Serial Number Management MM HR Quality Management SM R/3 PM Project Systems •Projects •Planning •Notifications QM PS •Work Breakdown Structures •Network Planning & •Testing & Measurement •Analysis WM WF Scheduling •Project Costing Work Flow Warehouse Management •Purchase Req. Approval •Flexible Storage Locations •Engineering Change •Inventory Bin Management Approval •Transfer Requests & Orders •Transaction Automation •Put-away Strategies •eMail Notification •Retrieval Strategies 11
    12. 12. SAP version 4.7 “Enterprise” SAP 4.7 Enterprise Benefits  Upgrade  R/3 Core Frozen at 4.6C  Enterprise Extensions  New Functional EnhancementsR/3 Core FunctionalityCore SD,PP,MM,FI,CO SAP R/3 4.7  mySAP. Com Integrationfunctionality “frozen” atversion 4.6C. HR Finance Enterprise Extensions PLM R/3 SCM All new R/3 functional Core improvements are 4.6C Retail delivered through Travel extensions. Public Global Sector Trade 12
    13. 13. Software Suite Enterprise Portals and Exchanges (APO) Advanced (CRM)Customer (SRM) Supplier Planning & Optimization Relationship Management Relationship Management  Supply Network Planning  Account Management  Supply Strategy  Demand Planning  Order Fulfilment  Supplier Qualification  Transportation Planning  Mobile & Internet Sales  E-Procurement  Production Planning  Call Center  Operational Sourcing  Global ATP (BW/SEM) Business R/3 (ERP) (PLM) Product Lifecycle Warehouse & Strategic Management Enterprise Management  Financials  Document Management  Data Warehousing & Controlling  Design Collaboration Advanced Reporting  Sales & Distribution  Environmental Health  Business Planning &Safety Simulation (“What-if”)  Service Management  Project Management  Corporate Performance  Materials Management  Quality Control Monitoring  Warehouse Management  Management Cockpit  Production Planning 13
    14. 14. BW: Management Business Dashboard Business Warehouse 3rd Party  Data Warehouse Logistics  ERP, CRM, and Legacy syatem integration  Business Intelligence  Query Design Interactive graphics and drill down reporting  TP End  Business Planning Customer Supplier Modeling, Planning, and Simulation Customer  Performance Measurement CRM End SRM Customer Management Cockpit BBY-SD   Balanced Scorecard Transactional PLM APO Design Firm Contract MFG r CM Supply Chain Supplier Sub- Designer CM Sub- Supplier Designer 14
    15. 15. Technology Solutions Company Navigation
    16. 16. Logging on to SAPTo log on to SAP, you must first be logged on to the network.To access SAP, click on the SAP R/3 GUI on the desktop. 16
    17. 17. SAP R/3 Logon Screen 17
    18. 18. Identifying the Parts of the Screen 18
    19. 19. Using the Main Menu• The Main Menu is the menu through which you can access all the primary components of SAP. When you log on, the Main Menu will be the first screen that appears. 19
    20. 20. Using the Main Menu 20
    21. 21. Logging off of SAP 21
    22. 22. Technology Solutions Company Q&A
    23. 23. ERP: Supply/Demand 23
    24. 24. ERP: Rough Cut Capacity Planning 24
    25. 25. ERP: Service Notification 25
    26. 26. ERP: Production Order 26
    27. 27. ERP: Production Variance Report 27
    28. 28. ERP: Serial Number Management 28
    29. 29. ERP: Plant Maintenance Order 29
    30. 30. ERP: UFC Cost Estimate 30