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ERP implementation process

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ERP implementation process

  1. 1. ERP Implementation Process<br />http://embaitm.blogspot.com<br />1<br />
  2. 2. ERP Defined<br /> Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments as well as handle jobs such as order processing and production scheduling.<br /> ERP vendors have expanded into applications such as supply-chain management, customer relationship management, and industry verticals. <br />2<br />
  3. 3. ERP Functionality<br /> Human Resources<br />Finance<br /> e-Business<br />-eProcurement<br />- Employee Self Service<br />- e-Recruiting/e-Hiring<br />- e-Filing<br />- Citizen Access<br />- Web-enabled transactions<br />- e-Commerce<br />-General Ledger<br />-Accounts Receivable<br />-Accounts Payable<br />-Procurement<br />-Fixed Assets<br />-Treasury Mgmt<br />-Cost Control<br />-Grant Management<br />-HR/Benefits Administration<br />-Payroll<br />-Self-service HR<br />Transaction Engine<br />Core software that manages transaction flow among applications and handles tasks like security and data integrity<br /> Customer Relationship Mgt<br />Data Analysis<br /> Supply Chain Mgmt <br />-Consistent user experience<br />- Personalization of services<br />- Realtime access- enterprise info<br />Decision support software that lets senior executives and other users analyze transaction data to track business performance<br />Planning, scheduling and fulfillment<br />applications that address all procurement requirements across<br /> the enterprise <br />3<br />
  4. 4. Characteristics of an ERP System<br /><ul><li>Includes business management software that enables finance and human resources in a completely integrated fashion
  5. 5. Enables high levels of integration across business functions and units
  6. 6. Provides for widespread sharing of data from a single information repository
  7. 7. Drives extensive business transformation and change management efforts
  8. 8. Requires high levels of implementation effort and support</li></ul>4<br />
  9. 9. ERP Solution Components<br />5<br />
  10. 10. ERP Implementation Benefits<br /><ul><li>Streamlines or eliminates inefficient manual processes
  11. 11. Eliminates disparate stand-alone systems
  12. 12. Provides integrated, enterprise-wide common tools, processes and systems
  13. 13. Establishes a backbone structure that can be leveraged to handle all operational processes
  14. 14. Integrates and increases control of budgeting, planning and financial management processes </li></ul>6<br />
  15. 15. Trends in the ERP Marketplace<br /><ul><li>Cost Effective Implementations for Large Enterprises
  16. 16. Rapid Implementation Methodologies
  17. 17. Product expansion (tax collections, fleet management)
  18. 18. Internet/Intranet and Electronic Commerce
  19. 19. Outsourcing and Application System Providers
  20. 20. Application Management Services </li></ul>7<br />
  21. 21. An ERP Start-up Roadmap<br /><ul><li>Functional Requirements Analysis
  22. 22. Procurement Strategy
  23. 23. Proposal Evaluation Plan
  24. 24. Analysis of Software / Implementation Resources
  25. 25. Comparative Cost Analysis
  26. 26. Software Demonstrations
  27. 27. Site Visits
  28. 28. Discovery
  29. 29. Contract Negotiations
  30. 30. Evaluation of Final Vendor
  31. 31. Final Contract</li></ul>8<br />
  32. 32. ERP Implementation Activities<br />Teach It...<br />Manage It...<br />Change It...<br />Implement It..<br />Operate It...<br />Service It...<br /><ul><li>Change Mgment
  33. 33. Business Vision and Goals
  34. 34. Process Analysis
  35. 35. Package Select .
  36. 36. Business Case
  37. 37. Bus. Process Reengineering
  38. 38. Industry Best Practices
  39. 39. As Is /To Be Process Modeling
  40. 40. Fit-Gap Analysis
  41. 41. Policy Design and Procedure Dev.
  42. 42. Readiness Assessment
  43. 43. Organizational Design
  44. 44. Communications Plan
  45. 45. Prime Contractor Project Management
  46. 46. Detailed Project planning and Tracking
  47. 47. Communications Plan
  48. 48. Subcontractor management
  49. 49. Project Scope Control
  50. 50. Financial Control
  51. 51. Project Oversight and Quality Assurance Reviews
  52. 52. Package Integration (SAP,PeopleSoft, JDE, Oracle...)
  53. 53. Software Environment Builds
  54. 54. Enterprise-wide Infrastructure Planning/Design & Roll-out
  55. 55. Interfaces and Conversions
  56. 56. Data Warehouse Integration
  57. 57. E-Business
  58. 58. Business Intelligence
  59. 59. Networking
  60. 60. Design
  61. 61. Implementation
  62. 62. Tuning
  63. 63. Platforms & Technology Services
  64. 64. Installation/Customization & Maintenance
  65. 65. Performance and Tuning
  66. 66. Software Services
  67. 67. Planning/Design/Install
  68. 68. Migration Management
  69. 69. Problem Mgmt.
  70. 70. Systems Mgmt.
  71. 71. Internet Enablement
  72. 72. Web Site Design
  73. 73. Help Desk
  74. 74. Disaster Recovery
  75. 75. Business Resumption Services
  76. 76. Training Needs Assessment
  77. 77. Custom Curriculum and Material Development
  78. 78. CBT Development
  79. 79. End User Training Classes
  80. 80. Train-the-Trainers
  81. 81. Roll-out of Training
  82. 82. Data Center Operations
  83. 83. Application Development & Maintenance
  84. 84. Network Station Management
  85. 85. Network Operations & Support</li></ul>9<br />
  86. 86. ERP Software Considerations<br /><ul><li>Support for Government Functionality
  87. 87. JDEdwards
  88. 88. Lawson
  89. 89. Oracle
  90. 90. PeopleSoft
  91. 91. SAP
  92. 92. Platform and Database
  93. 93. Technical Architecture
  94. 94. Functionality Relative to Unique Processes and Scope of Project</li></ul>10<br />
  95. 95. ERP Systems Integrator Considerations<br /><ul><li>Successful ERP implementation track record
  96. 96. Established relationships and implementation practices with major ERP software vendors
  97. 97. Full range of ERP implementation skills from software selection to post-production support
  98. 98. Use of structured ERP implementation methodology and project management tools and techniques
  99. 99. Ability to address unique terms and conditions</li></ul>11<br />
  100. 100. Project Critical Success Factors<br /><ul><li>Leadership commitment
  101. 101. Communication
  102. 102. Full-time staff
  103. 103. Professional project management
  104. 104. Phased implementation approach
  105. 105. Scope management
  106. 106. Business transformation and change management
  107. 107. Job-specific end-user training
  108. 108. Focused issue resolution
  109. 109. Post implementation support</li></ul>12<br />
  110. 110. Thank You<br />13<br />

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