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Supply Relationship Management Srm 7.0

  1. 1. Procurement Excellence in Business Suite 7.0MCLA Webcast SeriesDamian EdelbergProcurement Solution Principal - SAP Latin AmericaJuly 2nd, 2009
  2. 2. MCLA Webcast Series – Business Suite Business Suite Process Platform Business Suite Supply Chain Management June 19th (SCM) July 16th Business Suite Human Capital Management Business Suite Customer Relationship (HCM) Management (CRM) June 25th July 23rd Business Suite Supplier Relationship Business Suite Product Lifecycle Management (SRM) Management (PLM) July 2nd July 30th Business Suite Functional Improvements Application Optimization & Administration (Enhancement Packs) (Solution Manager) July 8th August 6th Contact Person for futher information about past or coming Webcasts: Carina Friguglietti - carina.friguglietti@sap,com© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 2
  3. 3. Damián Edelberg SAP Argentina, Buenos Aires -.Joined in 1997 11+ years of SAP experience Specialized in Procurement & Logistics Degree in Business Administration Soccer, Asados, Live Music, Family Damian Edelberg SAP Argentina Av. L.N. Alem 855 Piso 9 (1001) Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina T 54 11 4891 3000 M 54 911 6459 1946 damian.edelberg@sap.com http://www.sap.com© SAP AG 2009. All3 2009 / Page rights reserved. / Page 3
  4. 4. Innovate Your Business Business Suite 7 Procurement Excellence Business Suite Scenarios SRM in One Client SummarySAP Business Suite Solution Management © SAP AG 2009. All4 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 4
  5. 5. Innovate Your Business Business Suite 7 Procurement Excellence Business Suite Scenarios SRM in One Client SummarySAP Business Suite Solution Management © SAP AG 2009. All5 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 5
  6. 6. SAP definition of Business Suite Library Business Suite is a “library of business processes” Arch. built on a consistent and modern IT Architecture IT Reduced delivered in modular steps at the pace of the costs Customer and at a reduced cost© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 6
  7. 7. Efficiency to Drive Innovation Enhancement Packages Eliminate Major Upgrades Traditional Upgrades Enhancement Packages User interface Enhancement Package EhA EhB EhB User interface EhA EBPP MES Integ. EhC EhD EhD EhC HCM Sales Functionality order EhEforms EhF Budget EhE Executi Credit EhF Report on Enterprise services Functionality Purchase Order Enterprise services Management “All or none” “Pick and choose” Affecting the enterprise Self-contained innovation Requires thorough regression testing Isolated testing effort Business case for entire release Business case for target process© SAP 2008 / JimAll rights reserved. / Page 7 AG 2009. Hagemann Snabe/ Page 7
  8. 8. Driving Synergies Across the Suite Delivering on one date, Innovation across the Applications 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ERP 6.0 EhP1 EhP2 EhP3 EhP4 EhP5 EhP6 CRM 7.0 EhP1 EhP2 PLM 7.0 EhP1 EhP2 SCM 7.0 EhP1 EhP2 SRM 7.0 EhP1 EhP2 Business Suite Synchronized Enhancement Packages* Future topics release strategy may be subject Suite release across the Suite to change© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 8
  9. 9. SAP Business Suite Release Strategy What does it mean for Procurement? Continuous Innovation 2006/2007 Enhancement Packages based evolution pioneered by ERP 2008/2009 Enhancement Packages EhP EhP EhP based evolution extended to the Suite SAP Business Suite Stable core available with ERP 6.0 and SRM 7.0. ERP SRM CRM PLM SCM ERP 6.0 EhP4 and SRM 7.0 is the recommended ‘Go-To’ Release as of Q4 2008. New functionality will be delivered SAP NetWeaver 7.0 via enhancement packages of ERP as well as of SRM. Stable Core© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 9
  10. 10. Innovate Your Business Business Suite 7 Procurement Excellence Business Suite Scenarios SRM in One Client SummarySAP Business Suite Solution Management © SAP AG 2009. All10 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 10
  11. 11. Procurement Excellence Complete and flexible solution for organizations in all industries Procurement Demand / Planning and Analysis Request Creation Comprehensive and integrated Purchase Request Processing Tailored for your industry and all spend categories and business modelsPayment RFx Procurement Processing Strong partner ecosystem Intuitive role-based access along the end-to-end process Invoice Purchase Order Processing Processing Goods Receipt and Service Entry Supports supplier collaboration Open and flexible to deploy Compliant with legal procedures ! Build out of ERP and SRM functionalities© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 11
  12. 12. SAP Supplier Relationship Management Procure to Pay Process Ensures Compliance with Integrated End –to-End Procure to Pay Processes SAP Business Suite EhP EhP EhP Pitch Ensures compliance with integrated Continuous Innovation end –to-end procure to pay ERP SRM SRM CRM PLM SCM processes Value Delivers centralized sourcing and SAP NetWeaver 7.0 centralized contracts Stable Core Enables end to end services procurement with ERP Extends the use of the catalog for all goods and services Requisition & Order Management Supports multiple back-ends Extends supplier collaboration Centralized Spend reporting delivers enterprise Supplier Contracts wide insight Collaboration Deployment On premise or Hosted Centralized SRM Finance Spend Sourcing Reporting Procure to Pay Supplier Qualification & Evaluation© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 12
  13. 13. SAP SRM Procurement Process & Supplier Collaboration Requisition & Purchase Supplier Collaboration Order Management Easy to Use Self-Service Automate Supplier Procurement Connectivity Compliance to Purchasing Confirmation of Delivery Policies Visibility into Transaction Reduce Cycle Times Status More Efficient, Reduced Fast, Reliable, Purchasing Cycle Collaborative© SAP 2008 / Page 13 rights reserved. / Page 13 © SAP AG 2009. All
  14. 14. SAP SRM Centralized Sourcing & Contract Management Centralized Sourcing Centralized Contracts Aggregate Demand and Consolidate Contract streamline bidding Information Collaborate with Suppliers Track Contract Compliance Manage Complex Services Distribute Contract Usage Sourcing Extend Sourcing Reach Centralize Contract and Speed Management and Execution© SAP 2008 / Page 14 rights reserved. / Page 14 © SAP AG 2009. All
  15. 15. SAP SRM Spend Reporting, Supplier Qualification & Evaluation Operational Spend Supplier Qualification Reporting & Evaluation Ease to use prepackaged Flexible web-based surveys reports Central Survey cockpit for Role based data access status Flexible query engine Response Monitoring & Reminders Comprehensive Spend Effective Supplier Insight Management© SAP 2008 / Page 15 rights reserved. / Page 15 © SAP AG 2009. All
  16. 16. Innovate Your Business Business Suite 7 Procurement Excellence Business Suite Scenarios SRM in One Client SummarySAP Business Suite Solution Management © SAP AG 2009. All16 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 16
  17. 17. End-to-end Procurement Scenario UI & Role Harmonization KEY MESSAGES Increased business user efficiency via role harmonization Central point of access and end-user personalization via POWER lists From traditional… …to Best-Run… ERP SRM One Role Role Role ERP SRM ERP SRM SAP ERP 6.0 SAP Business Suite 7 SAP SRM 5.0 .© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 17
  18. 18. Work Center: Purchasing Document Service Area Work List Overview Quick Selection Criteria for Selected Work List Specific Work List with Actions to Trigger Follow- On Activities© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 18
  19. 19. Centralized Sourcing & Contract Management Orchestration of Global and Local Procurement Activities Strategic goals for SAP procurement Deliver leading procurement solution for central and de-central procurement processes. Strong Integration scenarios on process and user interface level between ERP and SRM Company Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Spend Category A Central and strategic Spend Cat. B procurement activities Spend Cat. C Spend Cat. D P2P P2P P2P P2P Procurement Platform© SAP AG 2009. All19 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 19
  20. 20. End-to-end Procurement Scenario Contract Management KEY MESSAGES Orchestration of global responsibility and support for best-run local execution SOA as key to business process efficiency via suite integration From traditional… …to Best-Run… Central Contract SRM Local ERP Contracts SOA SOA SOA ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP Call-Off Call-Off Company Company Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 20
  21. 21. Tightly Integrated Sourcing Process Procure to Pay with RFx Processing e.g. Buyer or Master Data (Material, Service, Supplier) Master Data Manager Purchase Goods Demand RFx and Purchase Invoice / Requisitio Receipt Creation Contract Order Payment and Planning e.g. Employee n Processin g Buyer * Processin g * e.g. Buyer or Processin g Buyer and Service Entry e.g. Warehouse Processin g Invoicing / * or Planner Sourcing Clerk or Project A/P Clerk Specialist Member ERP SRM ERP Integration of ERP and SRM provides robust sourcing capability within the Procure to Pay scenario: SAP ERP: Overall demand planning and requirement generation system SAP SRM: Negotiate and optimize supplier selection SAP ERP: Procurement execution© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 21
  22. 22. Sourcing Integration Processes Central Sourcing (automatic transfer) Automatic demand transfer SAP ERP SAP SRM from ERP to SRM Automatic creation of purchase Purchase Requisition request (shopping cart) Badi / Automatic extract of data Config Configurable by product category Automatic (No UI) Sourcing Cockpit Business Add-in (BADI) for customer specific rules for more detailed control SRM can receive demands from RFx multiple ERP systems, including non-SAP systems Sourcing Cockpit is used to select and aggregate demands, which Purchase Order Contract may have originated from multiple ERP systems Ideal for Centralized Sourcing The diagram above shows a simplified flow. Depending on configuration and BADI implementation, an RFx can directly create any of the follow-on documents: an SRM Central Contract, an SRM PO, an ERP Operational Contract, an ERP PO.© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 22
  23. 23. Sourcing Integration Processes Central Sourcing with User Intervention (manual transfer) Manual demand transfer SAP ERP SAP SRM through user interaction Within CPPR, select ERP Purchase Requisition purchase requisition(s) and click on “Transfer to Central System”. This creates purchase requests Transfer to Collective Processing Central System (shopping carts) in SRM of Purchase Sourcing Cockpit Requisitions (CPPR) If there are multiple SAP ERP systems, CPPR can be used in each ERP system to send demands to a single SRM RFx Sourcing Cockpit is used to select and aggregate demands, which may have originated from multiple Purchase Order Contract ERP systems Ideal for Centralized Sourcing The diagram above shows a simplified flow. Depending on configuration and BADI implementation, an RFx can directly create any of the follow-on documents: an SRM Central Contract, an SRM PO, an ERP Operational Contract, an ERP PO.© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 23
  24. 24. Sourcing Integration Processes Direct RFx Creation Direct RFx creation SAP ERP SAP SRM Within CPPR, select ERP purchase requisition(s) and click Purchase Requisition on “Create RFx”. Can select an RFx type and enter bidders and the bid submission deadline Collective Processing of Purchase RFx is created in SRM Requisitions (CPPR) If there are multiple SAP ERP systems, CPPR can be used in RFx each ERP system to create separate RFx’s in SRM A single RFx has demands from the same ERP system, Purchase Order Contract i.e. not from multiple ERP systems Sourcing Cockpit is not used in this scenario Ideal for immediate one-to-one RFx creation *For technical reasons, an approved shopping cart is also created The diagram above shows a simplified flow. Depending on configuration and BADI implementation, an RFx can directly create any of the follow-on documents: an SRM Central Contract, an SRM PO, an ERP Operational Contract, an ERP PO.© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 24
  25. 25. Services Procurement in the Business Suite Buying company Supplier company SAP SRM Sourcing Sales Confir- RFx order mation Invoice cockpit SAP ERP PM/PS* Purchase Purchase Service Contract Invoice order request order entry sheet Complex Services – Planned Maintenance and Construction SAP ERP MM-SRV service item with hierarchical structure MM-SRV service item with hierarchical structure in sourcing cockpit Service specification Service outlines line© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 25
  26. 26. Innovate Your Business Business Suite 7 Procurement Excellence Business Suite Scenarios SRM in One Client SummarySAP Business Suite Solution Management © SAP AG 2009. All26 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 26
  27. 27. SAP SRM One Client Solution Procurement features of Ehp4 bundled with SRM in a concise package Accelerated deployment (compared to SRM) Enable the casual user ! Extending procurement process to indirect One-Client target customers purchasing … plans for empowering the casual user Reduced maverick buying and increased compliance via catalog procurement … do not use SAP SRM Optimize purchasing process/ streamline purchasing … existing ECC customers department Leverage workflow processes to enable the casual buyer A sustainable strategy ! Leverage existing system landscape* Reuse SAP components Minimal IT costs* Easy licensing No additional license costs “Light” implementation of SRM optimized consulting costs, accelerator based packages * SRM user based pricing should be clarified (>5000 user migration may incur additional licenses) * Landscape Costs may include additional app servers requirements based on overall system set-up© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 27
  28. 28. SAP SRM One Client Capabilities SAP SRM on One Client in SAP ERP released for the SRM scenarios Service Procurement - External Staffing Scenario run entirely in SRM i.e. Standalone deployment Self-Service Procurement Classic deployment + Multiple catalogs Supplier Collaboration with Supplier Self-Services EBP-SUS & MM-SUS supported Deployed in two flavors* With SRM 5.0 focus With SRM 7.0 focus (portal required) * Assuming that customer is upgrading from EhP 3© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 28
  29. 29. Innovate Your Business Business Suite 7 Procurement Excellence Business Suite Scenarios SRM in One Client SummarySAP Business Suite Solution Management © SAP AG 2009. All29 2008 / Page rights reserved. / Page 29
  30. 30. At-A-Glance: Supplier Relationship Management SAP SRM 7.0 – Cross Industry Enhancements Highlights Central Contract Management Catalog Service Procurement Central Contract in SAP ERP usable as Support for service items and hierarchies Transfer of external services items including source of supply directly out of ERP Transfer of service hierarchies from SRM hierarchical structures from SAP ERP to SAP Payment terms on item level Quotations or ERP MM SRV SRM Currency on distribution level Enhancements of search user-interface Sourcing for Services Push contract to catalog determination on for displaying services Service hierarchies presented as tree item level or on header level New Features from MDM core structure or flat list including user-friendly Multiple alert thresholds on contract level Extended flexibility of data modeling and search and go-to in sourcing cockpit Expiration date complex objects Configurable item numbering within Target value/released value Transport support for expressions, service hierarchies Target quantity/released quantity matching strategies, workflows and maps Demand aggregation for service item Release based rebates hierarchies Exchange Rate Thresholds Source of supply determination for service item hierarchies Change Documents and Version Management for Conditions Response modification allowed for RFx based on preceding MM-SRV* Records Management Integration hierarchical service requirement Mass Change of contracts out of Award Catalog access for purchaser and bidder, including hierarchical service structures Sourcing Response modification items allowed to fulfill original purchase requisition items SOA based integration between demand in Procurement Excellence Supplier Self-Services for service item SAP ERP and sourcing capabilities in SAP processing (Order Acknowledgement, SRM, e.g. direct creation of bidding event out Service Entry Sheet, Invoicing) Team Purchasing of purchase requisition Define own procurement substitutes Bidding Engine Enhancements Team Shopping Carts Stable Core and Suite Alignment Confirmation of bidder’s participation Flexibility in Transfer and Mapping of Texts Line-item revision level on all documents Revision level assigned to a material in SAP Unified Access via harmonized roles across Chat ERP is available in SAP SRM ERP and SRM purchasing capabilities RFx response modification Configuration of delivery date in Shopping Extended Workflow capabilities Award on bid comparison view Cart TCO Reduction Dutch Auction and automatic creation of Multiple G/L account handling and changed Enhancement Package Enablement temporary contact person in auctions logic to retrieve default account assignment© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 30
  31. 31. SRM@BPX: The SRM Community in the Business Process Experts Community Learn. Find. Share. at SRM@BPX BENEFITS Find SRM news Network with experts Share best practices Discover new practices Get answers 24x7 Access product demos CONTRIBUTORS SAP Product Experts Customers Consultants Partners Analysts You… CURRENT HIGHLIGHTS SRM 7.0 ESourcing 5.1 CLM 2.0 https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/bpx-srm One Client© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 31
  32. 32. MCLA Webcast Series – Business Suite Coming Sessions Business Suite Process Platform Business Suite Supply Chain Management June 19th (SCM) July 16th Business Suite Human Capital Management Business Suite Customer Relationship (HCM) Management (CRM) June 25th July 23rd Business Suite Supplier Relationship Business Suite Product Lifecycle Management (SRM) Management (PLM) July 2nd July 30th Business Suite Functional Improvements Application Optimization & Administration (Enhancement Packs) (Solution Manager) July 8th August 6th Contact Person for futher information about past or coming Webcasts: Carina Friguglietti - carina.friguglietti@sap,com© SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 32
  33. 33. Thank you!© SAP AG 2009. All33 2007 / Page rights reserved. / Page 33
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