ERP, ERP Industry and Different Modules


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ERP, ERP Industry and Different Modules

  1. 1. By Syed Ayaz MBA | Skype: consultayaz
  2. 2. What is ERP (Enterprises Resource Planning)? Enterprise resource planning software, or ERP, doesn't live up to its acronym. Forget about planning—it doesn't do much of that—and forget about resource, a throwaway term. But remember the enterprise part. This is ERP's true ambition. It attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company onto a single computer system that can serve all those different departments‘ particular needs. That is a tall order, building a single software program that serves the needs of people in finance as well as it does the people in human resources and in the warehouse. Each of those departments typically has its own computer system optimized for the particular ways that the department does its work. But ERP combines them all together into a single, integrated software program that runs off a single database so that the various departments can more easily share information and communicate with each other. That integrated approach can have a tremendous payback if companies install the software correctly.
  3. 3. Take a customer order, for example. Typically, when a customer places an order, that order begins a mostly paper-based journey from in-basket to in-basket around the company, often being keyed and rekeyed into different departments' computer systems along the way. All that lounging around in in baskets causes delays and lost orders, and all the keying into different computer systems invites errors. Meanwhile, no one in the company truly knows what the status of the order is at any given point because there is no way for the finance department, for example, to get into the warehouse's computer system to see whether the item has been shipped. "You'll have to call the warehouse" is the familiar refrain heard by frustrated customers. What is ERP (Enterprises Resource Planning)? ERP vanquishes the old standalone computer systems in finance, HR, manufacturing and the warehouse, and replaces them with a single unified software program divided into software modules that roughly approximate the old standalone systems. Finance, manufacturing and the warehouse all still get their own software, except now the software is linked together so that someone in finance can look into the warehouse software to see if an order has been shipped. Most vendors' ERP software is flexible enough that you can install some modules without buying the whole package. Many companies, for example, will just install an ERP finance or HR module and leave the rest of the functions for another day.
  4. 4. INDUSTRY ERP (Software Package) Big ERP’s Small ERP’s SAP Navision Oracle Apps MFG/Pro JD Edwards BPCS PeopleSoft B2B BAAN Ramco
  5. 5. Different ERP Products Product Name Owner Company SAP Weinheim, Germany, EU Oracle Apps Oracle Corporation, USA PeopleSoft Peoplesoft Inc, USA JD Edwards JD Edwards Inc. BAAN BAAN, Netherlands Navision Microsoft, USA
  6. 6. Brief about different ERP’s SAP Different Versions R2, R3 (4.6B, 4.6c), CIN (Country India Version) Technical ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) Functional HR, FI-CO, SD, MM, PP, PS, PM, QM Admin/DBA BASIS Oracle Apps Different Versions Oracle Applications 11i Technical PL/SQL, Forms, Reports, Interfaces, Conversion, Extensions (RICE Components) Functional HRMS (Payroll, Advanced Benefits), MFG (BOM, WIP), FIN (AR, AP, GL), DIST (INV, PO, OM) Oracle Admin/DBA Apps DBA
  7. 7. PeopleSoft Different Versions -- Technical People code, People tools, PS Query Functional HRMS, MFG, FIN Admin/DBA Peoplesoft Admin/DBA Brief about different ERP’s JDEdwards Different Versions WorldSoft, OneWorld, OneWorld XE Technical JDEdwards Programmer Functional HR, MFG, FIN Admin/DBA CNC Administrator BAAN Different Versions -- Technical BAAN Tools Functional FIN, MFG Admin/DBA BAAN Administrators
  8. 8. SAP Technical Functional DBA/Administrator ABAP FI-CO, MM, SD, PP, PS, PM, HR, QM, WM. SM/CS and many more modules are available but mentioned only for understanding. BASIS (Basis Administrator) ABAP:- Advance Business Application Programming FI-CO:- FI = Finance, CO = Controlling MM:- Material Management SD:- Sales & Distribution PP: - Production Planning PM: - Plant Maintenance PS:- Project System HR: - Human Resource QM: - Quality Management WM: - Warehouse Management SM/CS: - Service Management/ Customer Services
  9. 9. For specific industries SAP AG, Germany has developed new customized product under the brand name of SAP. These New Dimension Products are different from SAP Standard version that is SAP R3 & in each new dimension module there are Technical as well as Functional Professionals like SAP R3. Supply Chain Industry APO:- Advanced Planning & Optimization DP : - Demand Planning. SNMP : - Supply network management planning. PPDS : - Production Planning & Detailed Scheduling. GATP : - Global available to promise.
  10. 10. OTHERS INDUSTRIES Oil IS-OIL Automobile IS-Auto Retail IS-Retail Media IS-Media Customer Care ISU-CCS CRM SAP CRM Business Warehousing: SAP BW/BIW
  11. 11. •Oracle 11i is the release version. •Current Version of Oracle is Oracle •Current available Versions are 11.5.7 , 11.5.9 and •Oracle 6i, 8i, 9i these are all the databases (where we can store the data) Difference between Front End & Back End Front End Back End Forms – to enter the data, reports – to create various type of reports Tables (8i, 9i, 6i) to feed (store) the data
  12. 12. Different modules in Oracle Apps CRM: Tele Service, Field Service, Service Contracts. Important: All are Individual Modules. Finance - AR (Accounts Receivables ), AP ( Accounts payable ), GL ( General Ledger), CM ( Cash Management), FA(Fixed Assets) GL Interface Finance Functional P2P (P - P) – Procurement to pay cycle – that includes the combination of all these modules PO+AP+GL O2C (O - C) – Order to Cash Cycle – that includes the combination of all these modules OM+AR+GL Manufacturing: WIP (Work In Progress), BOM (Bill Of Materials) Distribution: INV (Inventory), PO (Purchase Order), OM (Order Management) HRMS: Pay Rolls Advance Benefits, Core HR
  13. 13. By Syed Ayaz MBA | Skype: consultayaz