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Enterprise Resource Planning PPT Slide Template

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SUPPORTING YOUR BUSINESS PROCESSES WITH ERP:
Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

Our PowerPoint template provides a comprehensive overview of Enterprise Resource Planning.

ERP systems support processes across all functional areas of a company including, capital planning, material resource planning, human resource planning, sales planning, or controlling. In these complex IT systems, the application modules for the relevant areas are linked via a shared database.

Visualize the development and management of various business processes with our PowerPoint template on enterprise resource planning:
http://www.presentationload.com/enterprise-resource-planning-powerpoint-template.html

This presentation offers detailed information and examples of individual models for implementing ERP within a company.

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Enterprise Resource Planning PPT Slide Template

  1. 1. PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES Resource Planning Enterprise
  2. 2. Enterprise Resource Planning POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
  3. 3. 1. Definition 2. Basics 3. Supplychain management 4. Development of ERP 5. MRP System 6. ERP II SYSTEM 7. APS SYSTEM 8. Implementation process 9. CHECKLISTs AGENDA
  4. 4. DEFINITION Enterprise Resource Planning business Effective applicationand optimizationof resources P - Planning Money manpower Material Machinery Marketing Methods R – ResourceE – Enterprise
  5. 5. DEFINITION Enterprise Resource Planning ERP -in the narrowsense ERP -in the broadsense ERP -in the broadest sense Includes functions that are covered by more than 50% of current applications available on the market:  acquisition of operating data  record of staff work time  variant and product configuration  supply chain management (SCM)  e-commerce Includes functions that are covered by more than 40% of current applications available on the market:  supplier relationship management (SRM)  customer service and support  quality management  staff management  staff deployment plan  payment processing  POS system Includes functions that are covered by at least 25% of current applications available on the market:  automated invoice processing  product data management  marketing automation  IT services management  customer relationship management  database systems (relational)  contract management
  6. 6. BASICS Overview of Functional Areas in ERP Systems Materials Management Production Needs Assessment Finance and Accounting Controlling Human Resources Research & Development Marketing & Sales Master Data Management ERP …
  7. 7. BASICS Tasks and Functions of ERP Systems Administration Data storage for business transactions Scheduling Automation of routine operations Information Generation of key figures Analysis Evaluation and time series models Functions Manufacturing Inventory control, planning of material requirements and production, purchasing Sales Order intake, invoicing, sales analysis Accounting Assets and liabilities, bookkeeping and accounting, budget planning and budget control Finance Liquidity management and financial planning Human Resources Payroll accounting, surcharges and bonuses TASKS 1 2
  8. 8. BASICS Objectives of ERP System Application Some of the goals contradict each other and are therefore subject to prioritization. supportand automation of businessprocesses optimizing competitiveness shorter lead times strict adherence to deadlines optimizingcapacity utilization lower inventories and highdelivery quality improvement highversatility and transparency cost reduction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  9. 9. BASICS Life Cycle of ERP Systems SYSTEM USE SYSTEM BENEFITS SYSTEM COSTS Development Implementation Growth Saturation Decline Elimination Source: Einführung ERP + Ogranisation.key.pdf
  10. 10. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Overview of Supply Chain Management suppliers customers Finance andControlling Innovation and product lifecycle management Einkauf und Beschaffung Service& spareparts management Marketing& sales SupplyChain Order Management Planning Quality Management Maintenance Production Ware- housing Logistics Distribution Supply Chain Management
  11. 11. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT The Supply Chain Cycle Distribution Demand for Distribution suppliers Critical Need for Material Sales channels Overview and Demand Aggregation Supply Manufacturing Demand for Production Demand planning Market Forecast, Product Management and Market Segment Analysis
  12. 12. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Advantages of Digital Supply Chains Rapid Scale Intelligent Connected MANUFACTURER RETAILER Logistics Provider DISTRIBUTORCUSTOMER Supplier Talent Supply Chain Physical Supply Chain Financial Supply Chain Information Supply Chain
  13. 13. DEVELOPMENT OF ERP Evolution of IT Support 1965 1975 1990 2000 MRP Computerized material requirements planning and rough scheduling MRP II Gradual quantity, schedule and capacity planning ERP Planning and control of internal company resources based on integrated data management ERP II Intercompany exchange of information and cross- functional planning and control Source: Durchblick Business Software.pdf
  14. 14. DEVELOPMENT OF ERP The Future of ERP Systems Business Production and Retail Manu- facturing, Marketing and Finance Internal / Hidden Monolithic Internal Use and Production Value Chain All Industries General and Industry- Specific Processes External/ Connected Open, Component Based Internal and External Publication and Demand Focus industries Functions processes Architecture Data
  15. 15. MRP SYSTEMS Typical Stumbling Blocks of PPC Low target achievement Low transparency High expenditure Event-driven decisions Unsuitable key figures Inaccurate status on capacity and progress Insufficient tools Insufficient quality of master data and transactional data Lack of understanding of logistics Unsuitable logistic functions Faulty PPC functions Diverging interests of stakeholders Missing or conflicting objectives in logistics
  16. 16. ERP II SYSTEMS Extension of an ERP System to Industry-Wide Functions Supply Chain Management E-Procurement Customer Relationship Management ERP Procurement Production Distribution customer ERP-II-System Supplier
  17. 17. APS SYSTEMS Data Movement in APS Systems APS MasterData Material Requirements Shift Models Machinery/Work Stations Personnel Tools Work Schedules TransactionData Material Stocks Supplier Orders Customer Requirements Production Orders Production Feedback PlanningData Optimization Models Planning Content Scheduling Settings PlanningScenario Visualization of Control Desk Optimized Material Orders Optimized Layouts Scheduled Production Orders Reporting
  18. 18. IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS Planning and Selection Phase An analysis is carried out in the selection phase to document the current status of the company. This clarifies the company‘s present situation and ensures an accurate definition of the project objective, which is associated with the introduction of software. The following model helps to plan and assess the necessary steps in the planning and selection phase: Source: erp-einführung.pdf 1-4 Goal Definition 2-3 Process Analysis 3-12 Requirements 3-8 Market Overview 2-6 SCREENING 2-4 Final Selection 4-8 Decision Weeks
  19. 19. IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS 10 Tips for Selecting ERP Systems Cost planning Planning of costs and determining the budget directly affect the functionality of the ERP system and the selection of potential providers. Requirement analysis A detailed review of the current business processes helps determine how future software should perform. Usability requirements The user interface is the meeting point between user and software. Therefore it must be clear and easily adaptable to the needs of the customer. Analysis of Service and Support It is important to determine whether a company needs support after the implementation of ERP. Support can be provided, for example, by telephone, Internet, or email. ERP industry solutions ERP solutions must adapt to the different requirement areas of various industry sectors. versatility and Expandability The ERP System should adapt to the growing or changing needs of the company. Cost is, of course, an issue.
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