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  1. 1. MYSAP ERPPresented & Reconcieled PP RATNADIP SAHA (SAP SD R/3 ECC 6 EHP 4 CONSULTANT)
  2. 2. History of SAP Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing  German : Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung Founded in 1972 by Wellenreuther, Hopp, Hector, Plattner and Tschira  Re named in 1977  Before 1977 : Systems Analysis and Program Development (German : Systemanalyse und Programmentwicklung) SAP is both the name of the Company as well as their ERP Product SAP system comprises of a number of fully integrated modules, which covers virtually every aspect of the business Three systems developed : R/1, R/2, R/3
  3. 3. Development of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise Resource Inter-Enterprise Collaborative Planning Co-operation Business Create Strategic Value Total Efficiency andCompany Control Value Automation 80’s R/2 90’s R/3 Today mySAP ERP Evolution of ERP
  4. 4. SAP Business Strategy: New Maintenance Offerings Architecture Planning Custom Development Consulting System Integration Operations Planning & Optimization Hosting / Outsourcing
  5. 5. SAP Business Strategy:SAP DirectVertical Sales Resellers Business One Centers Sales/Service Partners
  6. 6. Evolution of SAP
  7. 7. Benefits of mySAP ERP SAP ERP delivers a comprehensive set of integrated, cross- functional business processes. With SAP ERP, we can gain the following benefits: Improve alignment of strategies and operations Improve productivity and insight Reduce costs through increased flexibility Support changing industry requirements Reduce risk Improve financial management and corporate governance Optimize IT spending Gain higher ROI faster Retain top performers Provide immediate access to enterprise information
  9. 9. 3 Tier Client / ServerArchitecture The SAP R/3 architecture is based on a 3-tier client/server principle  Presentation Server  Application Server  Database Server Dedicated Servers are linked by Communication Networks Perform tasks without sacrificing data integration and processes within the system, as a whole
  10. 10. SAP R/3 System Architecture
  11. 11. SAP integration architecture
  12. 12. Overview of Presentation & Database Servers The Presentation Server  GUI only  At workstation  Very light  Sends requests to application server  Obtains screens from application server and displays The Database Server  Interface between application server and RDBMS  Also holds the vendor specific DB driver
  13. 13. SAP R/3 Conceptual Areas SAP Conceptual Areas Basis Area Development AreaApplication Area (1. A developer’s (The technical (Initiate and execute workbench administration of SAP transactions) 2. Create & Test the system) ABAP/4 programs) (Functional) (Authorizations/Ids/etc) (Technical)
  14. 14. Systems in R3 Transport RequestDevelopment Quality Production System System System (DC) (QC) (IC) Client 110 100 etc..
  15. 15. Clients in R/3 The Logon Client  3 digit number ( 000 to 999)  Helps maintain independent sets of data within the same R/3 system Client mechanism and handling
  16. 16. Clients in R/3
  17. 17. R/3 Technology EnvironmentHardware UNIX Systems Bull/Zenith Digital NCR Bull IBM Compaq HP (Intel) Sequent IBM IBM Digital SNI Data General IBM (Intel) SNI AS/400 S/390 HP SUN ...Operating AIX Reliantsystems Digital UNIX UNIX (SINIX) Windows NT OS/40 OS/39 HP-UX SOLARIS 0 0Databases ADABAS D ADABAS D DB2 for AIX MS SQL Server DB2 for DB2 for INFORMIX-OnLine INFORMIX-OnLine OS/400 OS/390 ORACLE ORACLE Dialog Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT, SAPGUI OSF/Motif *, OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM), Macintosh *, JavaLanguages ABAP/4, C, C++, HTML, Java
  18. 18. Platforms and Databases Operating supported by Front Supported Supported Supported R/3 Systems Hardware ends Databases AIX SINIX IBM SNI SUN Win 3.1/ 95 / NT DB2 for AIXSOLARIS HP-UX Digital HP OSF / Motif Informix – Online Digital Unix Bull OS/2 Oracle 7.1 Macintosh ADABAS D Windows NT AT&T Compaq Win 3.1 / 95 / NT Oracle 7.1 Bull / Zenith OSF / Motif SQL Server 6.0 HP (Intel) SNI OS/2 ADABAS D IBM (Intel) Macintosh Digital (Intel) Data-General OS/400 AS/400 Win 95 OS/2 DB2/400
  19. 19. SAP R/3 MODULES
  20. 20. SAP Modules SD – Sales and Distribution FI – Financial Accounting MM – Materials SD FI CO – Controlling ManagementPP – Production Planning MM CO AM – Asset Management PP AM SAP R/3 QM HR QM – Quality HR – Human Resources Management PM WF PM – Plant Maintenance WF – Workflow WM – Warehouse WM PS PS – Project System Management
  21. 21. SAP R/3 Application Modules1) Financial accounting (FI)2) Controlling (CO)3) Asset management (AM)4) Materials management (MM)5) Sales and Distribution (SD)6) Production Planning (PP)7) Quality management (QM)8) Plant maintenance (PM) & Customer Service (CS)9) Project system (PS)10) Human resources (HR)11) Workflow (WF)
  22. 22. Module Functionalities MM PP SD Material Procurement BOM/Work Center/Routing Inquiry processing Inventory Management MRP Sales Order Processing Batch Management Capacity Evaluations Delivery Processing Goods inspection Production Orders Billing Invoice Verification QM in production FI CO General Ledger Cost Center Accounting Accounts Payable Product Costing Accounts receivable Order Contribution Analysis Cash management
  23. 23. Module FI – Financial Accounting • External reporting of • General ledger • Accounts receivable/payable • Sub-ledger accounts • Key elements • General ledger • Accounts payable • Accounts receivable • Asset Management • Accounting Information System
  24. 24. Financial Accounting Bank Management Foreign exchange of secureties management and loansFinance information Cash managementsystem and forecast Accounts Accounts payable receivable Bank accounts Payables Receivables General Ledger Extended General Ledger Credit Invoice verification management Consolidation
  25. 25. Module CO – Controlling • Represents the flow of cost and revenue • Instrument for organizational decisions • Key elements of the CO application module include : • Cost center accounting • Product cost Planning • Product Costing • Profitability analysis • Profit center accounting • Activity based costing • Enterprise controlling
  26. 26. Sales and DistributionProcessing MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
  27. 27. Module SD – Sales and Distribution • Optimize tasks/activities in • Sales • Delivery • Billing • Key elements of the SD application module include : • Pre-sales support • Inquiry processing • Quotation processing • Sales order processing • Delivery processing • Warehouse management • Billing • Credit Management • Sales Information system
  28. 28. Sales Order Process(Order-to-Cash) Sales Order Check Entry Availability Pick MaterialsReceipt of PackCustomer Payment Materials Invoice Customer Post Goods Issue
  29. 29. Module MM – Materials Management• Supports • Procurement • Inventory• Key elements • Materials procurement (purchasing) • Inventory management • Invoice verification • Material valuation • Vendor evaluation • External Services management • Purchasing Information System (PurchIS) • Inventory Controlling Information system
  30. 30. Procurement Process(Procure-to-Pay) Purchase Purchase Requisition Order Notify VendorPaymentto Vendor Vendor Shipment Invoice Receipt Goods Receipt
  31. 31. MaterialsPURCHASINGBASIC DATA Management  Purchase requisition SD Third-party order Material Special stock  MRP Batch  Direct requisition  Release procedures PP Requirements Purchasing information system Vendor/one-time customer  RFQ/Quotation  Material/service PM Service/ Purchasing Vendor evaluation  Price comparisons Spare Parts info record  Price comparison list Service / Service  Purchasing QM spare parts lot Inspection specifications  Purchase orders  Outline agreements G/L accounts Workflow  Scheduling agreements FI Cash management and forecast Optical archive INVENTORY MANAGEMENT Texts  Goods receipt/issue AM Fixed assets  Transfer posting Mail  Quantities and values Communication  Physical inventory Cost center /  Storage bins CO Classification Budget Documents INVOICE VERIFICATION  Check and post PS Project Conditions  Price update
  32. 32. Production Planning SD PP PS SD Sales and Operations Project Planning Networks Customers Demand management / SD MPS PM SD Sales Material requirements Maintenance Shipping planning Repairs Billing Plant maintenance Detailed Schedeling and Planning Vendors MM SD Capacity planning QM SD Purchasing Shop floor control Inbound Raw Warehouse Costing Material Invoice Information system verification Finished GoodsFI CO HR Financial Cost Human accounting accounting resources
  33. 33. Module QM – Quality Management• Supports • Quality planning • Inspection • Control for manufacturing • Costing • Procurement• Key elements • Quality planning • Quality during procurement, production, distribution • Quality Management Information - Quality inspection • Information System (QMIS)
  34. 34. Module PS – Project System & HR – Human Resource• PS – Project Systems • Support planning, control, & monitoring of long term highly complex projects with defined goals • Key elements • Project WBS – Plan • Budget & Monitor • Network Management • Activity monitoring, Material Planning, Milestones, Capacities Scheduling • Project Management Information System• HR – Human Resource • Key elements • Recruitment • Payroll & Time management • Travel Expense accounting & Benefits • Workforce planning & Training administration • Organization management
  35. 35. mySAP Industry Solutions (Some  SAP for Aerospace & DefenseExamples)  SAP for Healthcare  SAP for Media  SAP for Public Sector SAP for Automotive  SAP for High Tech SAP for Mill Products  SAP for Retail SAP for Banking  SAP for Higher Education & SAP for Mining Research SAP for Chemicals  SAP for Service Providers SAP for Oil & Gas  SAP for Industrial Machinery & SAP for Consumer Products Components SAP for Pharmaceuticals  SAP for Telecommunications SAP for Engineering,  SAP for Insurance Construction & Operations  SAP for Utilities SAP for Professional Services
  37. 37. Evolution of SAP products Solutions mySAP CRM mySAP mySAP SCM Business mySAP HR Suite mySAP ERP mySAP PLM ……….. R/3 Enterprise R/3 SAP NetWeaver Web AS•Easing Upgrade Plans & Providing Transition Options•Bringing benefits of SAP Netweaver into installed base•New Customers have more entry options & receive world –class ERP
  38. 38. Evolution of SAP products my SAP my SAP SAP R/3 Business Solutions Suite
  39. 39. mySAP Solutions mySAP PLM mySAP SCM mySAP Financials mySAP SRM mySAP CRM mySAP HR Corporate Services OperationsAdaptive Business Solutions SAP R/3
  40. 40. my SAP Business Suite mySAP PLM mySAP SCMmySAPmySAP mySAP FinancialsSRM CRM mySAP HR Corporate Services OperationsSAP NetWeaver Application Platform ( Web As) People Integration (Portal) Information Integration( BI,MDM) Process Integration (XI)
  41. 41. mySAP Solutions & Netweaver mySAP CRM mySAP SRM mySAP SCM mySAP PLM SAP Netweaver
  43. 43. CRM Solution Map
  44. 44. CRM – Holistic view
  45. 45. Where does a CRM solution fit ?Who Marketing Sales Service ExecutivesWhat Service Use a CRM Engage Solution to complete the Cycle Fulfill Transact Workplace Which way Internet Mobile TelephonyHow Operational Analytical Collaborative
  47. 47. SRM Vision
  49. 49. A Roadmap for Web Services
  50. 50. Services are changing SAP’s Productportfolio
  51. 51. From Basis to WAS
  52. 52. SAP NetWeaverThe integration and application platform for lower TCO Unifies and aligns people, information and business processes Integrates across technologies and organizational boundaries A safe choice with full .NET and J2EE interoperability The Business foundation for SAP and partners  Powers business-ready solutions that reduce custom integration It’s Enterprise Services Architecture increases business process flexibility
  53. 53. ERP implementation
  54. 54. Ways to Implement:There are two main implementation approaches:Roll Out: inclusion of subsequent releases and/orlocations in separate systems.Roll In: inclusion of subsequent releases and/or locationsin same systems.Both focus on implementation at one location or one areaof functionality, followed by subsequent implementationof other sites and/or functional areasThe alternative to Roll Out and Roll In is Big BangGenerally only considered for small (<200)implementations
  55. 55. Cost of SAP deployment
  56. 56. mySAP Business Suite Pricing Model: Functionality / Price Named User fees Developer (4 categories) ? Up to E5700 Professional Limited Prof. E3800 E1600 Employee (mobile E800) E400 Software Engine fees: (e.g Purchase Order/ Sales Order Industry Solutions based on industry metrics)
  57. 57. THANK YOU!