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    Summary                                                When Oil and Na...
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            Anjana      *   Chetan      *     Prachi   *   Puneet   *   Ra...
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    Pre ERP Days

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    Existing Environment
    Database:                    Oracle
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    IT Initiatives by ONGC: Move towards Business Process Re-engineering

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    EPINET Sites & Networking
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    Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) implementation
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     Project Objective

     Objective for SAP implementation:
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     SAP Solution and Services
     The mySAP.com™ e-business solutions p...
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     Implementation

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     Implementation Plan

        Comprehensive implementation of mySAP B...
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     Implementation highlights
         Project started with clear motto...
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           documented in a standardized format and recorded in a time-boun...
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        The Automation system was integrated with the SAP is must to ensu...
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     Post Implementation
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              Fig 1: ONGC SCADA System Architecture implemented by ABB


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     Business Process Re-engineering
           Improved, disciplined ap...
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     Business Process Re-engineering: SAP Project
         More than 200...
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          for purchased products only after invoice verification. Likewis...
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     Ready to explore new ventures




          The potent combination ...
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             “At end of the day, SAP Consulting excelled,
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     References
          With interaction with few ONGC employees who w...
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  1. 1. 1 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story The BPR story at ONGC – A success story IM Group 2: Anjana, Chetan, Prachi, Puneet, Rajesh & Swapnil Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  2. 2. 2 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Summary When Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited- India's largest oil exploration and production company- set out to completely transform its business, it turned to SAP solutions and services. As a result, the company was able to overcome the challenge of standardizing business processes across its 500-plus locations. At the same time replication of data and configuration in real-time via satellite as well as linking to existing systems was also required. That’s where ABB with SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) ONGC, a fortune 500 company, is the flagship company of India; and making this possible is a dedicated team of nearly 33,000 professionals. With market capitalization over USD 22 billion, ONGC contributes more than 80% of India's oil and gas production. The company has adopted progressive policies in scientific planning, acquisition, utilization, training and motivation of the team. It has a unique distinction of being a company with in-house service capabilities in all the activity areas of exploration and production of oil & gas and related oil-field services. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  3. 3. 3 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  4. 4. 4 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Table of contents Pre ERP days Existing Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 Challenges: Transform Business Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 IT initiatives by ONGC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07 Business Process Re-engineering plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09 Project Objective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 The Implementation phase Implementation Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Implementation Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Post Implementation SCADA System Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Business Process Re-egineering changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Reverse Auction process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  5. 5. 5 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Pre ERP Days ONGC used PC-based legacy system for material management, project monitoring and maintenance planning. Information is as valuable as oil for any organization and sometimes harder to locate. ONGC felt the need for a solution using IT to solve the problems in streamline the business process, and integrate all the information along the business process of enterprise core business. ONGC spans across 10 countries outside India- from Russia to Venezuela. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  6. 6. 6 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Existing Environment Database: Oracle Hardware: HP, Compaq, IBM and Sun Operating system: Microsoft Win NT, Sun Solaris, and Unix Challenges: Transform Business Operations  Collation, consolidation, and analysis of operational data were difficult and time consuming.  Standardize more than 200 business processes for 13,000 users across a total of more than 500 offshore and onshore locations- all in under 30 months  Cleanup and migration of huge amount of data from legacy systems and creation of data from hard copies  Create one of the largest data centers in Asia Pacific for SAP  Replication of data and configuration in real-time via satellite as well as linking to existing systems was also required.  The system deployment could not upset current operations within ONGC, rendering the need for outstanding ABB coordination and customer relations.  Multiple simultaneous implementation teams were organized by ABB in India, Canada, Germany and Switzerland all coordinated in one ABB team  The SAP project was slated to be completed in 30 months including a stabilization phase Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  7. 7. 7 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story IT Initiatives by ONGC: Move towards Business Process Re-engineering Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  8. 8. 8 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story EPINET Sites & Networking EPINET- Salient Features  Client-Server computing environment  User friendly database application S/W  POSC compliant data model  Extensive GUI capabilities  Fast data communication Network  Concurrent data accessibility  Multilevel data security  Integration with Seismic & Electro log archive & Asset database Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  9. 9. 9 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) implementation  In 2000, ONGC started project ICE- Information Consolidation for Efficiency- achieve global standards in operations and introduce new business processes. This was called “One Organization, One Data, One Information”.  Today the real-time data is becoming part of management dynamics in reaching business conclusions. Keeping this as an imperative, ONGC aims to take maximum advantage of the state-of-the art technology in SCADA for leveraging productivity and thereby profits.  The move towards ERP package was to enable the availability of information on a real time basis and the elimination of duplicate activities across business processes by capturing data at the source point. This will, in turn, facilitate decision support, better operation control, and efficient cost management.  Overall ONGC has kept aside Rs 1000 Cr to invest in IT. In addition to Rs 95Cr invested in SAP implementation, ONGC is also looking to invest Rs 45Cr every year towards software implementation. Another Rs 600 crore in project for a communication and control network. “The project is all about data capture as part of all transactions. If there is an invoice drawn up somewhere it is automatically fed into the system as data, so is a pay slip or the day’s measurement of oil from a well ...and the beauty is that it would all be available on tap" Subir Raha, chairman & managing director, ONGC. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  10. 10. 10 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Project Objective Objective for SAP implementation:  Optimization and standardization of business processes  Higher visibility of operations to improve productivity  More efficient processes with higher visibility of costs  Integration and extension of value chain Other objectives of Project ICE:  Integrate all scientific systems: Integration system to provide the data validation to ensure correct numbers are sent to integrated systems  The rest of the amount will be spent on EPNet, its exploration and production network, being implemented in two phases by Schlumberger.  The company’s hardware investment would relate high power computing systems and PC clusters and grid computing using several PC clusters. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  11. 11. 11 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story SAP Solution and Services The mySAP.com™ e-business solutions proposed to be implemented over the next 30 months across five regions of ONGC for over 8,500 users, include solutions covering financials, corporate financial management, business intelligence, supplier relationship management, enterprise portals (for workplace), upstream oil and gas requirements, strategic enterprise management and product lifecycle management. The ONGC was already using a human resource package (Shramik) and financial package (Kuber) from SAP. Reasons why SAP was chosen:  SAP Project Management services of the SAP consulting organization  mySAP™ Business Suite family of business solutions  SAP for Oil & Gas solution portfolio: SAP has experience with global oil and gas production companies  Solutions and services complemented existing SAP finance and human resources applications Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  12. 12. 12 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Implementation SAP India signed its largest ever deal in India ONGC for implementation of the ICE (Information Consolidation for Efficiency) project. The deal worth Rs 950 million ($19 million) would provide a comprehensive IT-enabled system for the oil and gas PSU — right from its well heads all the way to its boardrooms. It was also the largest consulting deal for SAP Asia Pacific. In terms of sheer size (with 8,500 licensed users across ONGC) it would be Asia’s largest ERP project. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  13. 13. 13 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Implementation Plan  Comprehensive implementation of mySAP Business Suite and the SAP for Oil & Gas solution portfolio, including the SAP® Strategic Enterprise Management (SAP SEM®) application, SAP Business Information Warehouse component (part of the SAP NetWeaver® Business Intelligence component), and SAP portal.  The implementation also includes other SAP solutions, such as the Collaboration Projects suite, as well as supplier relationship management and upstream oil and gas exploration and production solutions.  The enterprise-wide project was designed to integrate with existing SAP financials and human resource solutions used in more than 500 ONGC locations. SAP solutions support ONGC’s exploration, production, maintenance, procurement, finance, payroll, sales, offshore logistics, joint ventures, treasury, and quality management processes, including the monitoring of key performance indicators. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  14. 14. 14 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Implementation highlights  Project started with clear motto of "One data, one system".  As far back as 1996, the company undertook Project Kuber, wherein it implemented SAP R/3 ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system for its finance function. Thereafter, in Dec 1999, ONGC started another project, Project Shramik, where it deployed SAP for automation of all HR modules including payroll and administration. ICE implementation started in mid 2000 and it went live in 2004  The project was envisaged by core design and engineering team of ONGC under the initiative of Chairman of ONGC Limited. It had best brain from different departments working on it- text book example of best practice. The team looked like mini ONGC- the perfect team.  The western offshore business division (Headquarter at Mumbai) of ONGC was the first to go live in its exhaustive ERP deployment. The first rollout was for 3,000 users in the company’s offshore operations centered at Mumbai. One key test was making the transition at the most challenging sites: offshore and onshore oil drilling platforms, where daily activity reports are required by 6 a.m. without fail.  Instead of trying a ‘soft’ target first, ONGC chose the hardest and most critical areas first: production and drilling to go live with. This required processes and actions had to be Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  15. 15. 15 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story documented in a standardized format and recorded in a time-bound period. Idea was if hard target succeed then all the others would fall in line. First day of a quarter as a go-live date.  By the time the project was completed in May 2005, the project team had added other geographical locations and functions to the implementation, making new solutions available to a total of 13,000 users – 65% more than the user base originally planned.  SAP Consulting blended expertise with ability to improvise as complexities of project required  Excellent knowledge transfer from collaboration with SAP consultants  Project team consultants from SAP played critical role in rollout and education of users  SAP used ONGC as training centers for its employees to learn about Oil & Gas industry  The ABB SCADA system was deployed in 179 onshore servers, 8 offshore servers, 2 plants in tier 1, and 13 redundant servers in Tier 2 control centers. As well, the system will be implemented in the corporate centre in Delhi with a backup centre in Bombay.  The ABB SCADA project covers 157 offshore platforms and 247 onshore installations, pipelines and 2 processing plants with a cost of approximately 100 Million dollars.  Enterprise Wide SCADA for all Production and Drilling Facility of ONGC Spread across India and in Arabian Sea. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  16. 16. 16 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story  The Automation system was integrated with the SAP is must to ensure the error free production, Sale numbers reporting on day to day basis.  The project management group also excelled in meeting the logistical challenge of connecting hundreds of sites across India – even on nomadic drilling rigs and seismic field parties. Innovative solutions included secure satellite and radio-based communication network access to offshore locations and other remote locations deployed through a tightly coordinated schedule between the ONGC project team and service providers.  Main reason for ONGC to think about such LARGE architecture o Efficient Real time Monitoring of the Production and Drilling Parameters across all the assets in India o Remote control of the production well in case of Offshore platform o Facilitate offline analysis of the Valuable/ High Producing Wells through third party E&P Applications. o Provide summarized information to the management for effective decision making o Total Facelift in the day to day operation of ONGC Production and Drilling facility to improve the efficiency Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  17. 17. 17 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Post Implementation From its earliest interactions in the project, SAP Consulting quickly recognized that Project ICE meant far more to ONGC than simply the implementation of new hardware and software. And this realization affirmed ONGC's decision to use SAP Consulting in the first place. What ONGC had in mind was a total transformation of its business, and the SAP track record and experience with customers in oil and gas industries worldwide was a key reason ONGC believed SAP Consulting was up to the job. And the partnership was a great success. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  18. 18. 18 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Fig 1: ONGC SCADA System Architecture implemented by ABB Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  19. 19. 19 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Business Process Re-engineering  Improved, disciplined approach to accounting, procurement and financial systems  Rapid acceptance and improved performance by workers  Improved ability to compete through the strategic use of new IT platform  Improved visibility of business processes across different business functions from exploration to production to sales and offshore joint ventures Business Process Re-engineering: SCADA Project  Supplied 16 Data Centers including the corporate data centre across India to enable efficient operation of respective Assets.  UPS for all the 250 plus tier 1 control room of production and drilling SCADA along with FCBC (Float cum boost charger)for 85 no of remote RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) with solar chargers.  SAP, Epinet, VRC- Integrations of Real-time and History Data.  Disaster Recovery Solution for the corporate data centre. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  20. 20. 20 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Business Process Re-engineering: SAP Project  More than 200 end-to-end, daily business processes were replaced, yielding unparalleled insights into operations, real-time reporting on oil exploration and production, inventory, financial analysis, and accurate and efficiently delivered data.  Solutions met stringent regulatory controls (considering its state ownership), yet remain adaptable enough for users throughout the company.  Redefinition of work roles and duties meant greater transparency and accountability.  Daily and weekly reports replaced quarterly data and facilitated real-time reconciliation.  Using Built-In Checks to Ensure Compliance: To make sure the change management happened without any problem, the new solution meant that paper-based contracts and vendor payments were complemented by electronic trans- actions – workers had to begin using the new system. Also, to ensure compliance and data integrity, the project team implemented built-in checks to make sure users followed the correct procedures when entering data and identifying themselves.  For example, in the area of procurement – using SAP business intelligence functionality – the team built in validations to ensure that users could place a purchase order only with an approved requisition and available budget. In addition, the company now sends out payments Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  21. 21. 21 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story for purchased products only after invoice verification. Likewise, payments for services are made only after service entries have been completed and the project’s progress has been updated.  Raising the Visibility of Critical Data: A key benefit of the new solution is that it creates high visibility for critical data. The new solution ensures that critical operational data is available online for all levels of management. Reverse Auction process: Benefit of ERP implementation One of the benefits of using SAP was the launch of Reverse Auction process, first PSU to do so. Termed as "Live Action Cockpit" (LAC), the system will enable ONGC to collect and compare price and bid information of various suppliers in a real-time, open bidding environment. The reverse auction will ensure transparency in the tendering process and thereby generate confidence amongst the bidders. It will also add speed to the process of procurement which will allow ONGC to source best in class technology. On the basis of the pilot project it is estimated that reverse auction will be able to accrue a cost saving of nearly 10 percent. The reverse auction process enables supplier selection process by facilitating vendors worldwide to participate in the bidding process seamlessly. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  22. 22. 22 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story Ready to explore new ventures The potent combination of a new business culture supported by a new IT tool and the flexibility to adopt new business innovations, along with an in-house leadership capability, prepares ONGC to explore new frontiers, including joint ventures overseas. ONGC has also implemented the employee self-service (ESS) functionality of the mySAP ERP solution, thereby expanding its to reach to cover 36,000 users, making it one of the largest ESS implementation in India. ESS – christened “SAMPARC,” meaning “connect” –facilitates employees to apply for leave, submit their claims, and view their payment details online. For ONGC, SAP solutions have equipped the world’s second- largest oil exploration and Production Company with the reliable, available data it needs to manage the magnitude of the 21st century challenges it will face. Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  23. 23. 23 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story “At end of the day, SAP Consulting excelled, I must say. They gave us a good support and tried to understand our business to deliver “ONGC strongly believes in adopting world- the product we were looking for” class processes and technologies to KS Jamestin, General Manager and Head of generate better value for its Project, ICE, ONGC stakeholders.On the basis of the pilot project it is estimated that reverse auction will be able to accrue a cost saving of nearly 10%.” Mr. U.N. Bose, Director (T&FS), ONGC "Our plant maintenance solution now has a service history and a method of capturing the total cost of ownership. Decisions are made faster and are more informed by data from across the entire organization.” KS Jamestin, General Manager and Head of Project, ICE, ONGC Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2
  24. 24. 24 The BPR story at ONGC – A success story References  With interaction with few ONGC employees who were involved in implementation  http://infotech.indiatimes.com/articleshow/943355.cms  http://www.brplindia.in/news_erp_sap.htm  http://www.sapendusers.com/oilIndia.php  http://www.ongc.net/press_release1_new.asp?fold=press&file=press112.txt  www.sap.com  www.Abb.com  Various news items from sites like NDTV, rediff etc  Various reports available on public domain Anjana * Chetan * Prachi * Puneet * Rajesh * Swapnil IM Group 2

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