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Experience Sharing in ERP Transition       R. Ramesh       Corporate Head       Global Marketing, IT & Strategic Planning
About JANATICSEstablished in 1977Manufacturer of Pneumatic Products100 Crores company3 Manufacturing units, 14 branches, 8...
Products & ServicesCylinders, Solenoid valves, Tubes and Fittings, AirPreparation units etcTotal Pneumatic system solution...
Major CustomersOver 15000 customers all India…LMW, ELGI, Ashok Leyland, TATA motors, FORD, GM,TOYOTA, Mahindra, Bajaj, Sko...
Oracle EBS – Current StatusImplementation in six months“Go-live” in July 2007Modules implemented: Manufacturing, Distribut...
Pre Implementation ActivitiesNecessity of integrated ERP..using old foxpro systemGlobal expansion ,inventory and finance, ...
Implementation ActivitiesDedicated Core Project team throughout the six monthsAS-IS study & “To Be” finalisation - the cha...
Oracle Implementation DetailsSetup   Single Operating Units   10 Inventory Organisations (Currently 14 inventory)Planning ...
Oracle Implementation DetailsOrder Management   Order entry at Branches and booking at Head office   more than 1000 active...
Oracle Implementation DetailsFinance   Closing periods activity   6 Segments in Chart of Accounts   Reconciliations of sub...
Post ImplementationSupport by Oracle (Metalink and Severity )Openness of OracleDifficulties in SOPcontrols through DFF fie...
Benefits  Overall benefit of financial integration with manufacturing  Scalability (Multi location Manufacturing )  stabil...
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  1. 1. Experience Sharing in ERP Transition R. Ramesh Corporate Head Global Marketing, IT & Strategic Planning
  2. 2. About JANATICSEstablished in 1977Manufacturer of Pneumatic Products100 Crores company3 Manufacturing units, 14 branches, 85 dealers, export to25 countriesISO 9001:2008 certified organisationRecipient of numerous awards
  3. 3. Products & ServicesCylinders, Solenoid valves, Tubes and Fittings, AirPreparation units etcTotal Pneumatic system solutions to Automation needsof industries covering almost all segments likeAutomobile, Packaging, Pharma, Printing,Plastic,Textile, Cement and Construction, Process industry andso on
  4. 4. Major CustomersOver 15000 customers all India…LMW, ELGI, Ashok Leyland, TATA motors, FORD, GM,TOYOTA, Mahindra, Bajaj, Skoda, TATA steel, L&T,VOLVO, TVS group, Schwing Stetter, Bridge Stone,Eicher, HM, ITC, BHEL and so onJANATICS recognised by Govt. of India as an approvedR & D centreCompany trained engineers present all over India to giveimmediate support
  5. 5. Oracle EBS – Current StatusImplementation in six months“Go-live” in July 2007Modules implemented: Manufacturing, Distribution and FinanceDatabase: 9.2.0.8.0Oracle Applications: 11.5.10.2Operating System: IBM AIX 5.2Backup: IBM Tivoli 5.4Servers: IBM P52A (Power series)Storage: IBM DS4700-SANConnectivity: CISCO LAN, Leased line & MPLS VPN for BranchesWeb servers: VSNL, Chennai
  6. 6. Pre Implementation ActivitiesNecessity of integrated ERP..using old foxpro systemGlobal expansion ,inventory and finance, varietyStudied various packages like SAP, JD Edwards,Oracle E-Business SuiteFinalised Oracle E-Business SuiteImplementation partner :L & T InfotechProject team - Core Technical & FunctionalFull backing from Management(Daily 1 PM Meeting)Server Network & related System RequirementFinalisation –issues faced (oracle in linux/AIX)
  7. 7. Implementation ActivitiesDedicated Core Project team throughout the six monthsAS-IS study & “To Be” finalisation - the challengesTraining & Motivation - Cooperation from all across thecompanyImplementation people (consultants) issue (knowledge/motivation towork in Coimbatore /underestimation/ accountability)Blackout for 4 daysData Migration (over 60000 items altogether)Go-LiveIssues after Go-Live( invoice,MRP,openness of transactions,OSPrelated, seeded reports problem..)
  8. 8. Oracle Implementation DetailsSetup Single Operating Units 10 Inventory Organisations (Currently 14 inventory)Planning & Scheduling More than 5000 BOM’s More than 50,000 items Planning through Safety Stock, Forecast and Min-max MRP for Stock and Sales orders Sub assembly of products
  9. 9. Oracle Implementation DetailsOrder Management Order entry at Branches and booking at Head office more than 1000 active live direct billing customersInventory Sub-inventories as per excise regulations Combination of Push and Pull system Sub-inventory control through form personalisationManufacturing More than 90% manufacturing activities are OSPPurchasing Approved supplier list, Sourcing rule and Approval Hierarchy Pricing handled through Quotations
  10. 10. Oracle Implementation DetailsFinance Closing periods activity 6 Segments in Chart of Accounts Reconciliations of sub-ledgers, ExciseReporting & Others Controls through form personalisation. SOP issues in Indian environment. Exhaustive use of in-house API publishing (outbound only) programs using ASP and Dot net. Oracle report issues. Publishing data to suppliers & branches
  11. 11. Post ImplementationSupport by Oracle (Metalink and Severity )Openness of OracleDifficulties in SOPcontrols through DFF fieldAccounts closing and P & LStability of Oracle & IBM.Advantage of strong in-house IT team(apps,server,dB)
  12. 12. Benefits Overall benefit of financial integration with manufacturing Scalability (Multi location Manufacturing ) stability adoption of standard practicesfuture plans…. Advance Supply Chain implementation iExpense, iSupplier Document Management PLM Thank you!

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