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Major Project Enterprise Resource Planning for Distribution Companies Presentation

  1. 1. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING FOR DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES
  2. 2. Final Defense Presentation On Enterprise Resource Planning SUBMITTED BY: Kapil Koju (16542) Sharad Shrestha (16595) SUPERVISED BY: Prof. Dr. Subarna Shakya Professor(Asst. Dean), IOE Pulchowk, Lalitpur September 01, 2013
  3. 3. Acknowledgement Prof. Dr. Subarna Shakya Project Supervisor Er. Rabindra Khati Head of Department Thanks to everyone who had been involved directly or indirectly for completion of this project
  4. 4. Enterprise Resource Planning • Process by which a company manages and integrate important parts of business organization • Integrates internal and external management Information System • Business management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business.
  5. 5. Distribution Companies • Acts as a bridge between manufacturers and customers • Provides goods and services to customers • Distributed over different geographic regions • Deals with different manufacturers to better product • Keep track of local dealers and customers
  6. 6. Objectives • Improve business efficiency with the use of ERP system • Provide module based ERP system flexible to adapt with existing business
  7. 7. Features • Master repository database of all the business activities. • Fluent business workflow management. • Elegant and interactive end user interface. • Flexible to adapt changes with changing business plans and Master repository database of all the business activities. • Divided into modules and integrated as per need of enterprise. • Easy visualization of all the inventories in different warehouses.
  8. 8. Functional Requirements • Elegant User Interface for user friendly experience • Quick response to user activities • Realtime update to all the clients
  9. 9. Non-Functional Requirements • The Application server should be high end computer and should be extended on the basis of work load. • There should be high speed Internetwork connection within the enterprise. • Transactional Process Management
  10. 10. Feasibility Analysis • Technical Feasibility • Operational Feasibility • Economic Feasibility • Schedule Feasibility
  11. 11. System Design
  12. 12. System Architecture
  13. 13. System Workflow
  14. 14. Use Case Diagram
  15. 15. Item Module EER Diagram
  16. 16. Stock Module EER Diagram
  17. 17. Party Module EER Diagram
  18. 18. Account Module EER Diagram
  19. 19. Business Module EER Diagram
  20. 20. Employee Module EER Diagram
  21. 21. Development Approach Extreme Programming
  22. 22. Testing • Unit Testing • Integration Testing • System Testing • Acceptance Testing
  23. 23. License, Release and Deployment • MIT opensource License • Simple and Permissive • Release • Two releases so far ( v1.0 & v1.1 ) • Deployment • Deployment instruction have been detailed in Project Website Project Info Website: https://devopsdistilled.github.io/OpERP Project Dev Website: https://github.com/DevOpsDistilled/OpERP
  24. 24. Development Platform
  25. 25. Development Tools
  26. 26. Problems Encountered • Lack of support from the managers and employees made difficult to gather information and requirements • Integration of different modules was a difficult task. • Lack of knowledge about the ERP system as very less companies in Nepal is using it commercially. • Lack of knowledge about the commercial field made us difficult in generating reports.
  27. 27. Future Enhancement • Report generation and decision-making. • Extending the project as an web application. • Management hierarchy based application privilege.
  28. 28. Conclusion • The modules and components are well functioning. • The application is highly flexible. • The developed ERP system can be easily deployed in existing business with very little cost.
  29. 29. References • [1] M. Al-Mashari, A. Al-Mudimigh & M. Zairi, “Enterprise resource planning: A taxonomy of critical factors”, European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 146, Issue 2, 16 April 2003 • [2] T. Srivardhana & S. D. Pawlowski, “ERP systems as an enabler of sustained business process innovation: A knowledge-based view”, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 2007 • [3] T. Somers & K. Nelson, "The Impact of Critical Success Factors across the Stages of Enterprise Resource Planning Implementations", 34th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2001 • [4] Vincent Massol, “JUnit in action”, Manning Publication Co., 2012 • [5] Ian Sommerville, “Software Engineering”, 9th Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2010 • [6] Alexix Leon, “Enterprise Resource Planning”, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2008

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