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SAP-Enterprise Application
Presented by: Khushboo Choudhary
ERP
Stands for ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING.
An Extension of MRP (Material Requirements Planning)
and CIM (Computer Integr...
Typical enterprise business process
Enterprise software
system can be broadly
classified into two
types:
I. Decentralized
...
Why ERP is required?
Enterprise-wide system which integrates the business
functions and processes of an organization.
4
fu...
ERP CHARACTERSTICS
Integrated System
Real Time
5
Best Practice
Process Oriented
Customizing
(Configuration)
SAP
Stands for SYSTEM, APPLICATIONS, AND PRODUCTS
in DATA PROCESSING.
SAP is the Market Leader in ERP Software Solutions.
...
SAP is a Centralized Enterprise
Management System.
Founded in Germany
(1972)
World’s fourth largest
software provider
Worl...
Name of the company
SAP AG
SAP America
Name of the software
SAP R/2 – Mainframe version
SAP R/3 – Client/Server version
My...
Client/server environment
The Communication and Interchange of data between the
requesting and supplying machine is known ...
Major ERP Vendors
Different ERP Software Solutions Vendors in the Market
are:
I. SAP
II. RAMCO
III. BAAN
IV. IBM
Oracle Ap...
Advantages
Integration among different
functional areas to ensure proper
communication, productivity and
efficiency.
Order...
Disadvantages
Customization of the ERP software is limited.
ERP systems can be very Expensive.
ERPs are often seen as too ...
SAP Business Modules
Financial Accounting (FI)
Sales and Distribution (SD)
Materials Management (MM)
Warehouse Management ...
SAP technical overview
IN SAP “techno “ speak, the WebAS or
Basis system is the middleware or
Software that functions as a...
15
SAP WebAS/Basis available platforms
Basis tools
Remote Functions Calls (RFCs)
Common Program Interface Communications (CPI – C)
Electronic Data Interchange (E...
Overview of mm module
“Material Management is the management of the flow of
materials into an organization to the point, w...
Why need MM..???
Amount spend on material is higher than other inputs.
Material offer considerable scope for reducing cost...
Material Management Component
Consumption Based Planning
(CBP)
Purchasing
External Service Management
19
External Service ...
MM
Materials
mgmt
6
2
7
Source
1 Determine Requirements
Goods receipt and
inventory management
Plan
Rqmts.
InvoicePurchase...
Benefits of MM
Material cost can be lowered down
Controlling of indirect cost
Risk of inventory loss minimized
Reduction i...
Process flow
22
Process flow in MM
SAP Industry Solution
• Aerospace/Defense
• Automotive
• Banking
• Chemicals
• Consumer Products
• Media
• Mill Products
•...
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Sap an enterprise application

  1. 1. SAP-Enterprise Application Presented by: Khushboo Choudhary
  2. 2. ERP Stands for ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING. An Extension of MRP (Material Requirements Planning) and CIM (Computer Integrated Manufacturing). It is a company-wide computer software system used to 2 It is a company-wide computer software system used to manage and coordinate all the resources, information, and functions of a business from shared data stores. SAP by definition is also name of the ERP software as well as the name of the company.
  3. 3. Typical enterprise business process Enterprise software system can be broadly classified into two types: I. Decentralized 3 I. Decentralized systems II. Centralized systems – also called ERP
  4. 4. Why ERP is required? Enterprise-wide system which integrates the business functions and processes of an organization. 4 functions and processes of an organization. Utilizes a Common Information System. It helps in effective forecasting, planning and scheduling. It gives a Competitive Advantage.
  5. 5. ERP CHARACTERSTICS Integrated System Real Time 5 Best Practice Process Oriented Customizing (Configuration)
  6. 6. SAP Stands for SYSTEM, APPLICATIONS, AND PRODUCTS in DATA PROCESSING. SAP is the Market Leader in ERP Software Solutions. Global Software product engineered on MULTILINGUAL and 6 Global Software product engineered on MULTILINGUAL and MULTINATIONAL platforms. An Integrated Enterprise Resource Planner. The system comprises of a number of fully integrated modules.
  7. 7. SAP is a Centralized Enterprise Management System. Founded in Germany (1972) World’s fourth largest software provider World’s largest provider 7 World’s largest provider of Integrated Business Solutions software Company stock trades on the Frankfurt and New York exchanges
  8. 8. Name of the company SAP AG SAP America Name of the software SAP R/2 – Mainframe version SAP R/3 – Client/Server version My SAP ERP 8 My SAP ERP The concept of Client/Server version is still very popular despite the growing popularity of other environments and architectures.
  9. 9. Client/server environment The Communication and Interchange of data between the requesting and supplying machine is known as the Client/Sever Relationship. Enables a company to link it’s business processes in Real- time, Scalable and flexible environment. 9 Client Software/hardware combination that can make a request for services from a central repository of resources Server Software/hardware combination that can provide services to a group of clients in a controlled environment
  10. 10. Major ERP Vendors Different ERP Software Solutions Vendors in the Market are: I. SAP II. RAMCO III. BAAN IV. IBM Oracle Applications 10 V. Oracle Applications VI. MicroSoft Dynamics VII. CA VIII.JDE IX. PeopleSoft X. JD Edwards XI. SSA Global Technologies
  11. 11. Advantages Integration among different functional areas to ensure proper communication, productivity and efficiency. Order tracking, from acceptance through fulfillment. 11 through fulfillment. Permits control of business processes that cross functional boundaries. Reduces the risk of loss of sensitive data. Provides control over various business process.
  12. 12. Disadvantages Customization of the ERP software is limited. ERP systems can be very Expensive. ERPs are often seen as too rigid and too difficult to adept to the specific workflow and business process of some companies. 12 some companies. Resistance in sharing sensitive Internal Information between departments.
  13. 13. SAP Business Modules Financial Accounting (FI) Sales and Distribution (SD) Materials Management (MM) Warehouse Management (LE – WM) Production Planning (PP) 13 Production Planning (PP) Project System (PS) Personnel Development (PA – PD) Enterprise Controlling (EC) Personnel Administration and Payroll Accounting (PA)
  14. 14. SAP technical overview IN SAP “techno “ speak, the WebAS or Basis system is the middleware or Software that functions as a conversion or translation layer between the technology ad business/application layers of a computing solution and allows the 14 computing solution and allows the various SAP applications to run on different hardware and system platforms. Some of these available platforms, as well as their technology and business - enabling layers are displayed.
  15. 15. 15 SAP WebAS/Basis available platforms
  16. 16. Basis tools Remote Functions Calls (RFCs) Common Program Interface Communications (CPI – C) Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) Application Link Enabling (ALE) 16 Basis Tools
  17. 17. Overview of mm module “Material Management is the management of the flow of materials into an organization to the point, where those material are converted into firm’s end products”. SAP MM Module is one of the most important SAP Modules where MM stands for Materials Management – underpins the supply chain, including 17 the supply chain, including I. Requisitions II. Purchase orders III. Good Receipts IV. Account payable V. Inventory management
  18. 18. Why need MM..??? Amount spend on material is higher than other inputs. Material offer considerable scope for reducing cost and improving profit. Material add value to the product. 18 Material add value to the product. Efficiency of any organization depend upon the availability of right material, in right quantity at right time. Quality of end product depend on material.
  19. 19. Material Management Component Consumption Based Planning (CBP) Purchasing External Service Management 19 External Service Management Inventory Management Logistic Invoice Verification Vendor Evaluation
  20. 20. MM Materials mgmt 6 2 7 Source 1 Determine Requirements Goods receipt and inventory management Plan Rqmts. InvoicePurchase order Invoice verification 20 Purchase order 6 5 4 2 Order follow-up Order processing Vendor selection3 Source determination inventory management
  21. 21. Benefits of MM Material cost can be lowered down Controlling of indirect cost Risk of inventory loss minimized Reduction in loss of time of direct labor 21 Reduction in loss of time of direct labor Control of manufacturing cycle Material congestion in storage places avoided Improvement in delivery of the product
  22. 22. Process flow 22 Process flow in MM
  23. 23. SAP Industry Solution • Aerospace/Defense • Automotive • Banking • Chemicals • Consumer Products • Media • Mill Products • Mining • Oil & Gas • Pharmaceuticals Public Sector 23 • Consumer Products • Engineering/Construction • Financial Svc Provider • Healthcare • High Tech • Higher Education/Research • Public Sector • Retail • Service Providers • Telecommunications • Utilities …so on …
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  25. 25. Thank you..!! 25

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