Introduction To Erp

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This presentation describes what is ERP in general, something about the history and some info about the data inter-connectivity.

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  • Business logic – talk about the preliminary functions that will be needed to take place, authorities and business processesTechnical layout – talk about the available or needed hardware requirements, and possible package features (if they meet the business needs). Elaborate on that the package can be further customized with custom modules (For example, using MorphX in Microsoft Dynamics)
  • Introduction To Erp

    1. 1. Introduction to ERP<br />SyddanskUniversitet, Odense<br />Prepared by KirilIliev<br />
    2. 2. ERP – presentationroadmap<br />ERP - meaning<br />Architecture<br />A little history<br />Implementation considerations<br />Vendors<br />Advantages and disadvantages<br />
    3. 3. ERP – meaning<br />ERP is the acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning.<br />In order an architecture to beconsidered as an ERP, it must have at least two modules<br />What/How doesit help the business?<br />
    4. 4. Architecture<br /><ul><li>Data structured in tables and databases
    5. 5. SOA model – service-oriented architecture
    6. 6. Different modules exchange data betweenthem
    7. 7. Communication isdone on a local area network
    8. 8. Business canadd/reconfigure different modules whilepreserving the data integrity</li></li></ul><li>Evolution of ERP<br />EAS<br />ERP<br />MRP II<br />MRP<br />IC<br /> 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000+<br />
    9. 9. Implementation and Design Process<br /><ul><li>Business logic
    10. 10. Enterprise structure
    11. 11. Authorityfunctions
    12. 12. Processes and business rules
    13. 13. Technicallayout
    14. 14. Hardware architecture
    15. 15. Software packages
    16. 16. Modules to beimplemented and customization</li></li></ul><li>ERP – vendors<br />Microsoft – Dynamics suites (NAV, AX)<br />SAP<br />Oracle<br />Other<br />
    17. 17. Advantages and Disadvantages of ERP<br />
    18. 18. KirilIliev<br />kiili10@student.sdu.dk<br />http://dk.linkedin.com/in/kirililiev<br />

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