ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
  Intro	
  to	
  Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  (ERP)	
  
  Understanding	
  Budgeting	
  for	
  ERP	
  
  Under...
Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
   2008	
   3	
  
  Planning	
  of	
  how	
  business	
  resources	
  (materials,	
  employees,	
  
customers)	
  are	
  acquired	
  and	
 ...
  An	
  extension	
  of	
  MRP	
  I,	
  II	
  and	
  CIM	
  	
  
  Key	
  elements:	
  Performance,	
  Scalability	
  &	...
  Manufacturing	
  
	
   Engineering,	
  Bills	
  of	
  Material,	
  Scheduling,	
  Capacity,	
  
Workflow	
  Management,	...
  Financials	
  	
  	
  
	
   General	
  Ledger,	
  Cash	
  Management,	
  Accounts	
  Payable,	
  
Accounts	
  Receivabl...
  Integrate	
  financial	
  information	
  
  Integrate	
  customer	
  order	
  information	
  
  Standardize	
  and	
  ...
Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
   2008	
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  TCO	
  
	
   A	
  financial	
  estimate	
  designed	
  to	
  help	
  consumers	
  
and	
  enterprise	
  managers	
  asse...
  Training	
  
  Integration	
  and	
  testing	
  
  Customization	
  	
  
  Data	
  conversion	
  	
  
  Data	
  ana...
Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
   2008	
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  The	
  Big	
  Bang	
  
	
   Cast	
  off	
  all	
  legacy	
  systems	
  at	
  once	
  and	
  install	
  a	
  single	
  
E...
  Slam	
  Dunk	
  
	
   For	
  smaller	
  companies	
  expecting	
  to	
  grow	
  into	
  ERP	
  
	
   Goal	
  is	
  to	
...
Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
   2008	
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  Have	
  a	
  clearly	
  defined	
  philosophy	
  	
  
  Hype	
  it	
  up	
  
  Ensure	
  scalability	
  
  Identify	
...
  Involve	
  auditors	
  since	
  the	
  beginning	
  
  Plan	
  data	
  requirements	
  early	
  
  Have	
  clear	
  r...
Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
   2008	
   18	
  
  Increased	
  staff	
  productivity	
  
  Seamless	
  cross-­‐function	
  process	
  execution	
  
  “One	
  version	
 ...
  Manufacturing	
  
  Supply	
  Chain	
  Management	
  
  Financial	
  Management	
  
  Project	
  Management	
  
  H...
Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
   2008	
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  Continuous	
  Uptime	
  
  Preventing	
  Unauthorized	
  Access	
  
  Disaster	
  Recovery	
  
  Protect	
  the	
  E...
  E-­‐Business	
  and	
  ERP:	
  Transforming	
  the	
  Enterprise	
  by	
  
Grant	
  Norris,	
  James	
  R.	
  Hurley,	
...
 LinkedIn:	
  www.linkedin.com/in/goutama	
  
 Email:	
  goutama@gmail.com	
  
 Google+:	
  www.gplus.to/goudotmobi	
  ...
2008	
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  Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
  
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  Enterprise	
  Resource	
  Planning	
  Training	
  
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Enterprise Resource Planning

  1. 1. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
  2. 2.   Intro  to  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  (ERP)     Understanding  Budgeting  for  ERP     Understanding  The  Guidelines     Understanding  Benefits  &  Key  Features     Protecting  ERP  Database   Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   2  
  3. 3. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   3  
  4. 4.   Planning  of  how  business  resources  (materials,  employees,   customers)  are  acquired  and  moved  from  one  state  to  another     Supports  most  of  the  business  system  that  maintains  in  a  single   database  the  data  needed  for  a  variety  of  business  functions  such   as  Manufacturing,  Supply  Chain  Management,  Financials,   Projects,  Human  Resources  and  Customer  Relationship   Management     Based  on  a  common  database  &  a  modular  software  design     Information  should  be  reliable,  accessible,  and  easily  shared     Housed  in  one  or  more  Data  centers  ,  run  Enterprise  software,   and  could  include  applications  such  as  Content  management   systems  and  typically  cross  organizational  borders   Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   4  
  5. 5.   An  extension  of  MRP  I,  II  and  CIM       Key  elements:  Performance,  Scalability  &   Robustness     Modules:  Manufacturing,  Supply  Chain,   Financials,  Customer  Relationship  Management   (CRM),  Human  Resources,  Warehouse   Management  and  Decision  Support  System   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   5  
  6. 6.   Manufacturing     Engineering,  Bills  of  Material,  Scheduling,  Capacity,   Workflow  Management,  Quality  Control,  Cost   Management,  Manufacturing  Process,  Manufacturing   Projects,  Manufacturing  Flow       Supply  Chain  Management         Order  to  cash,  Inventory,  Order  Entry,  Purchasing,   Product  Configurator,  Supply  Chain  Planning,  Supplier   Scheduling,  Inspection  of  goods,  Claim  Processing,   Commission  Calculation       Projects         Costing,  Billing,  Time  and  Expense,  Activity  Management       2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   6  
  7. 7.   Financials         General  Ledger,  Cash  Management,  Accounts  Payable,   Accounts  Receivable,  Fixed  Assets       Customer  Relationship  Management     Sales  and  Marketing,  Commissions,  Service,  Customer   Contact  and  Call  Center  support       Human  Resources     Payroll,  Training,  Time  &  Attendance,  Rostering,  Benefits       Data  Warehouse     Various  Self-­‐Service  interfaces  for  Customers,   Suppliers,  and  Employees         2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   7  
  8. 8.   Integrate  financial  information     Integrate  customer  order  information     Standardize  and  speed  up  manufacturing   processes     Reduce  inventory     Standardize  HR  information   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   8  
  9. 9. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   9  
  10. 10.   TCO     A  financial  estimate  designed  to  help  consumers   and  enterprise  managers  assess  direct  and  indirect   costs  commonly  related  to  software  or  hardware     ROI     Ratio  of  money  gained  or  lost  (realized  or   unrealized)  on  an  investment  relative  to  the  amount   of  money  invested     Money  gained  or  lost  may  be  referred  to  as   interest,  profit/loss,  gain/loss,  or  net  income/loss     Money  invested  referred  to  as  asset,  capital,   principal,  initial  investment   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   10  
  11. 11.   Training     Integration  and  testing     Customization       Data  conversion       Data  analysis     Consultants  ad  infinitum     Replacing  your  best  and  brightest     Implementation  teams  can  never  stop     Waiting  for  ROI       Post-­‐ERP  depression       2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   11  
  12. 12. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   12  
  13. 13.   The  Big  Bang     Cast  off  all  legacy  systems  at  once  and  install  a  single   ERP  system  across  the  entire  company     Franchising  Strategy     Independent  ERP  systems  are  installed  in  each  unit,   while  linking  common  processes,  such  as  financial   bookkeeping,  across  the  enterprise.     Begin  with  a  demo/pilot  installation  in  a    BU  where  core   business  of  corporation  will  not  be  disrupted  if  something   goes  wrong     Once  system  is  up,  run  &  worked  out  all  bugs,  team   begins  selling  other  units  on  ERP,  using  first   implementation  as  a  reference     2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   13  
  14. 14.   Slam  Dunk     For  smaller  companies  expecting  to  grow  into  ERP     Goal  is  to  get  ERP  up  and  running  quickly  and  to   ditch  fancy  reengineering  in  favor  of  ERP  system’s   "canned"  processes     The  On-­‐Demand  Nibble     Choose  ERP  vendors  that  can  offer:       faster  implementation  times     easier  and  more  frequent  upgrades     cheaper  up-­‐front  costs   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   14  
  15. 15. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   15  
  16. 16.   Have  a  clearly  defined  philosophy       Hype  it  up     Ensure  scalability     Identify  key  implementation  objectives     Decide  on  chart  of  accounts     Select  a  good  team     Spend  time  on  books  and  org.  structure   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   16  
  17. 17.   Involve  auditors  since  the  beginning     Plan  data  requirements  early     Have  clear  reference  values  for  comparison     Work  on  global  template     Document  everything  important     Control    &  oversee  timelines     Keep  It  Simple   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   17  
  18. 18. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   18  
  19. 19.   Increased  staff  productivity     Seamless  cross-­‐function  process  execution     “One  version  of  the  truth”     Reduced  operating  expenses     Enhanced  performance  management   Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   19  
  20. 20.   Manufacturing     Supply  Chain  Management     Financial  Management     Project  Management     Human  Capital  Management/Human  Resources   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   20  
  21. 21. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   2008   21  
  22. 22.   Continuous  Uptime     Preventing  Unauthorized  Access     Disaster  Recovery     Protect  the  Entire  Enterprise  Infrastructure     Server  or  Hardware  Failures     Hackers  and  Cyber-­‐Criminals     Natural  Disasters   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   22  
  23. 23.   E-­‐Business  and  ERP:  Transforming  the  Enterprise  by   Grant  Norris,  James  R.  Hurley,  Kenneth  M.  Hartley,   John  R.  Dunleavy,  John  D.  Balls,  John  Dunleavy;  John   Wiley  &  Sons,  Canada,  2000,  189p     Concepts  in  Enterprise  Resource  Planning     by  Bret  Wagner,  Ellen  Monk;  Course  Technology   Cengage  Learning,  2009,  276p     Business  Concepts  Implementation  Series  in   Inventory  Management  by  Holy  Icun  Yunarto  &   Martinus  Getty  Santika  ,  PT.  Elex  Media  Komputindo,   2005         2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   23  
  24. 24.  LinkedIn:  www.linkedin.com/in/goutama    Email:  goutama@gmail.com    Google+:  www.gplus.to/goudotmobi    Skype:  goudotinfo    Twitter:  @goudotmobi   2008  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training   24  
  25. 25. 2008   25  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training  
  26. 26. 2008   26  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  Training  

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