Planning Proper Planning and Optimization of the valuable resources make enterprise run into profits. Def of ERPA Software Solution that addresses theENTERPRISE NEEDS taking the PROCESSVIEW of an organization to meet theORGANIZATIONAL GOALS tightlyINTEGRATING all functions of an enterprise.
Need for ERP Integration of Business Processes Online information at the corporate office Standardization of systems across Locations Reduce cash to cash cycle times Faster Consolidation at Head office for statutory reporting
Problems Tackled by ERP Systems Material Shortages Productivity Enhancements Customer Service Cash Management Inventory Problems Quality Problems
ERP Products SAP BAAN Oracle APPS People Soft JD Edwards Marshall Etc..
Domain Share Of SAP SAP Baan People soft Oracle apps JD Edwards Etc
SAP & Competitors SAP R/3 had competition with Software giants like Oracle Corp, People Soft & Bann. Oracle with its E-biz suit packed to excel with 142 modules. People Soft with its extra ordinary performance in HR has stormed the market. But finally failed to gain the confidence of Big Enterprises. Result is SAP Has become giant in ERP.
Few SAP Customers IBM TATA’s COMPAQ Dr.Reddy’s Labs Hewlett Packard Ranbaxy L& T AMD Reliance Industries Boeing Glaxo Mercedez Mahindra & Mahindra Toyota Hero Honda Lucent Growel Hitachi Colgate Palmolive Nike
Consulting Companies Price Water House Coopers. KPMG. Siemens. Delloitte. Accenture. Cap Gemini. IntelliGroup TCS.
SAP R/3What is all about Systems Applications &Products in Data Processing
SAP & Modules SAP Package is strategically divided into 2 main areas. Functional & Technical. People with domain experience can work on functional modules. 2 Technical modules are ABAP/4 & Basis. Cross Applications are used for ALE Purpose.
SAP AREAS SAPTechnical Functional T FIn Functional area we have around 64 modules all are enabledfor web reporting via Web Application Server.
How Can a Carrier Be Planned? After completion of training one can be : End-User Functional Consultant
Roles in functional modules SAP SD Counsultant SAP Support Counsultant
Role Of A Functional Counsultant A functional consultant is expected to generate knowledge about the current business process, design current business flows, study current business processes and its complication - in all we can say that this is getting through with the current business setup. "Everything configured has to be documented according to their categories in the form of predefined templates; these then have to be approved by the team leads or who ever the consultant is reporting to. "End user manual and user training is also expected from Functional Consultants. There will also be interaction with other modules consultants Updation of project status to Project Manager & other concerned persons.
Interaction with core team members, end users & other team members (consultants) A Functional consultant has to be a good communicator he has to communicate with Custom er ERP core team, implementing team, Technical co nsultant and his project leader.Written communicati on skill is to be demonstrate by a functional consult ant to e-mail to different groups, documentation ab out the erp, reports generation. Verbal communicati on is to understand the requirement , interact with customer, to explain and convince the customer.
Role of Support Counsultant Primarily responsible for Handling tickets/tasks and application support to the end-users When an issue comes to diagnose, analyze and solve it. Also responsible for enhancements. Interaction with client/end users & updating the status. Training the end users and preparing end user training material
Some SAP R/3 Success Stories Abroad Microsoft IBM Sony Europe In India Tata Group-Tata Motors.,TISCO Reliance Group-Reliance Industry,Reliance Energy Jet Airlines ONGC
Which Companies Will ProvideEmployments? End User Companies Bajaj Autos Sudarshan Chem. Thomas Cook Glenmark ERP Implementation Satyam Wipro Infosys IBM
SAP R/3 Core Modules Sales & Distribution(SD) Material Management(MM) Production Planning(PP) Financial (FI) Controlling(CO) Human Resource(HR) Quality Management(QM) Plant Maintainance(PM) Project Management(PM) Asset Management(AM)
The SAP R/3 Architecture SAP R/3 works on Three Tier ArchitectureUser Terminal Application Server Database ServerData Creation ManagingModification User Data Storage Retrieval Requests
The SAP World SD FI Sales & Financial Distribution Accounting MM CO Materials Mgmt. Controlling PP AM R/3 Production Fixed Assets Planning Mgmt. QM PS Quality Manage- Client / Server Project System ment PM WF Plant Main- Workflow tenance HR IS Human Industry Resources Solutions
3-Tier Client/Server ArchitectureCommunication The Presentation Layer collects user input and creates process requests. The Application Layer uses the application logic of SAP programs to collect and process the process requests. The Database Layer stores and retrieves all data.
SAP R/3 Customer Installations by Industry SAP HIGH TECH & Others 11.5% ELECTRONICS 11.3% SAP BANKING 2.0% SAP MEDIA 2.3% SAP ENGINEERING & SAP HEALTHCARE 2.3% CONSTRUCTION 10.5% Metal, Paper & Wood Products 2.8% Services 3.1%SAP OIL & GAS 3.2% Worldwide SAP CONSUMERSAP TELECOM-MUNICATIONS 3.4% PRODUCTS 10.3% SAP PHARMA - CEUTICALS 3.4%SAP PUBLIC SECTOR 3.4% SAP CHEMICALS 9.5% SAP UTILITIES 3.9% SAP AUTOMOTIVE 4.8% SAP RETAIL 6.3% Consulting & Professional Services 6.0%
SAP - characteristics Highly Integrated solution covering entire business processes Technically capable of utilizing the network infrastructure Open system to ensure freedom to choose Provides multiple ways of configuring business processes Solutions in areas where currently no systems Workflow enabled business processes Enables to exploit the power of Intranet and Internet
Common SAP objectives Cost Control & increased profitability Increased productivity of all resources – man, material & money Process Standardization Transparency in operations, resulting in better communication Shift from post-mortem scenario to predictive scenario
Results of Integration Focus on Business Processes Elimination of Redundant Data (Common Constant Data) Easier Corporate Consolidation Better Managerial Control Elimination of Interfaces Faster reaction to changing structures
Success factors for SAP implementation Top Management Commitment & communication down- the-line Empowerment Change management Training Compliance to methodology
SAP IMPLEMENTATION -PHASES Project Planning Business Process Study & Analysis Installation Training Business Requirement mapping Configuration Modifications / Interfaces Data Conversion Documentation Testing Go-Live Post production support