Dubai World CentralMapping SAP Solutions to DWC Business Needs<br />Rami Amkieh<br />Large Enterprise Sales Executive<br /...
© SAP 2008 / Page 2<br />Agenda<br />Introduction for Dubai World Central<br /><ul><li>Overall Project Objectives
Current Project Status</li></ul>SAP Experience with Master Developer in ME Region<br />SAP Industry Strategy<br />DWC Busi...
Introduction to dwc<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 3<br />
© SAP 2008 / Page 4<br />DWC Overall Project Objectives<br /><ul><li>DWC, designed to support Dubai’s aviation, tourism, c...
The airport, which will be 10 times the size of the current Dubai International Airport and Dubai Cargo Village combined, ...
DWC is Building the World’s Largest Airport
140 Million Passengers Per Year Volume
12 Million Tons of Cargo Per Year
This Airport will be Surrounded by an Airport City
More than 250,000 people will be working in this city
More than 1M people will live and work in this mega project</li></li></ul><li>© SAP 2008 / Page 5<br />DWC Current Project...
Dubai World Central<br />DWC<br />DWC Al Maktoum International Airport<br /><ul><li>Dubai Logistics City
Dubai Aviation City
DWC Real Estate
DWC Corporate Services</li></ul>DuServe<br />Global Technology<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 6<br />
Aerotropolis – Airport Cities<br />“Major airports are key nodes for global production and enterprise systems offering the...
Our experience with master developers<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 8<br />
“The mind is like a parachute	… it only functions when it’s open.”<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 9<br />
Understanding the Master Developer Business Eco-system<br />The scope of mega-scale Master Developers in the Middle East r...
Planned Cities (Residential & Commercial)
Economic Free Zones
Advanced Healthcare and Education Institutions
Eco-City Building Standards               ...etc.</li></ul>Risks<br />Options<br />Size<br />Example<br />
Master DeveloperOrganisations & Development Dynamics<br />C<br />A<br />B<br />Business Units<br />commercial<br />operati...
3<br />Event Management Services<br />Master DeveloperDefining the Meta-model & Business Architecture<br />Business & Reso...
Entertainment/ Lifestyle Business& Event Management Services<br />Event Management Services<br />Event Management Services...
“Perfect City”Dimensions for Solutions<br />Master Developer Holding<br />SAP for Construction <br />SAP for Real Estate (...
Sap industry strategy<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 15<br />
SAP’s Vision for Industry Solutions<br />To enable every customer to become a best run business<br />Achieve undisputed ma...
Assemble complete industry solutions based on industry, generic, and partner applications
Demonstrate thought leadership around E-SOA and deliver on the promise – early!
Building a healthy industry ecosystem for the SAP platform
Develop criticalindustry-specific applications </li></ul>Mission<br />…as foundation  for the strategy for Master Develope...
Designed for Your Industry<br />SAP Industry Solutions for ...<br /><ul><li>Aerospace & Defense
Automotive
Banking
Chemicals
Consumer Products
Engineering, Construction & Operations
Financial Service Provider
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Dubai World Central Strategy for SAP

  1. 1. Dubai World CentralMapping SAP Solutions to DWC Business Needs<br />Rami Amkieh<br />Large Enterprise Sales Executive<br />SAP Middle East & North Africa<br />Supported by:<br />Lonnie Ayers, Industry Principle, SAP Middle East & North Africa<br />Van Tang, Director, Discrete Industries, EMEA, SAP<br />December, 2008<br />V: a.1<br />Initial Workshop Findings<br />
  2. 2. © SAP 2008 / Page 2<br />Agenda<br />Introduction for Dubai World Central<br /><ul><li>Overall Project Objectives
  3. 3. Current Project Status</li></ul>SAP Experience with Master Developer in ME Region<br />SAP Industry Strategy<br />DWC Business & Solution Architecture Framework<br />APPENDIX <br />
  4. 4. Introduction to dwc<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 3<br />
  5. 5. © SAP 2008 / Page 4<br />DWC Overall Project Objectives<br /><ul><li>DWC, designed to support Dubai’s aviation, tourism, commercial and logistics requirements until 2050 with infrastructure costs estimated at $33-50 billion
  6. 6. The airport, which will be 10 times the size of the current Dubai International Airport and Dubai Cargo Village combined, will have six parallel runways and as many concourses
  7. 7. DWC is Building the World’s Largest Airport
  8. 8. 140 Million Passengers Per Year Volume
  9. 9. 12 Million Tons of Cargo Per Year
  10. 10. This Airport will be Surrounded by an Airport City
  11. 11. More than 250,000 people will be working in this city
  12. 12. More than 1M people will live and work in this mega project</li></li></ul><li>© SAP 2008 / Page 5<br />DWC Current Project Status<br />Dubai Logistics City<br />Will Comprise 17% Of Overall Turnover<br />Already Partially Functioning-covers 25 Square Kilometers<br />Dubai Aviation City<br />3rd Party MRO Operators Signed<br />5 Billion AED Investment<br />DuServe<br />Establishing Standards For The Overall Project<br />Currently 60 Employees Which Will Grow To 1,000s<br />DWC Real Estate<br />Commercial City<br />Most Lots Already Sold for phase 1 of Residential City<br />DWC Global Technology<br />Smartworld JV Formed And Company Currently Has About 30 Employees<br />DWC Al Maktoum International Airport<br />One Runway Complete<br />Have Scaled Down/Slowed Down Construction For The Time Being<br />DWC Corporate Services<br />HR, Legal, IT, etc. group services<br />
  13. 13. Dubai World Central<br />DWC<br />DWC Al Maktoum International Airport<br /><ul><li>Dubai Logistics City
  14. 14. Dubai Aviation City
  15. 15. DWC Real Estate
  16. 16. DWC Corporate Services</li></ul>DuServe<br />Global Technology<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 6<br />
  17. 17. Aerotropolis – Airport Cities<br />“Major airports are key nodes for global production and enterprise systems offering them speed, agility, and accessibility. They are also powerful engines for local economic development attracting aviation-linked businesses of all types to their environs. These include, among others, time-sensitive manufacturing and distribution; hotel, entertainment, retail, and exhibition complexes; and office buildings that house regional corporate headquarters and air-travel intensive professionals. As aviation-oriented businesses cluster around these airports and along transportation corridors radiating from them, a new urban form is emerging — the Aerotropolis — stretching up to 20 miles (25 kilometers) outward from the airports”<br />By Dr. John D. Kasarda<br />
  18. 18. Our experience with master developers<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 8<br />
  19. 19. “The mind is like a parachute … it only functions when it’s open.”<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 9<br />
  20. 20. Understanding the Master Developer Business Eco-system<br />The scope of mega-scale Master Developers in the Middle East region typically covers the transformation of existing communities of trade, commerce, education and living spaces in select geographical locations...<br />Focus<br />Scope<br />Opportunities<br />Constraints<br />into<br />Complete leisure and lifestyle environments focusing on innovative “branded” themes for product differentiation and ultimately increase in draw.<br />Existing components evolve to “World Class” Showcases for entertainment, business and lifestyle. <br />The scope and breadth of the Master Developers’ development projects allows new perspective for business evolution of:<br /><ul><li>Business and Entertainment Parks
  21. 21. Planned Cities (Residential & Commercial)
  22. 22. Economic Free Zones
  23. 23. Advanced Healthcare and Education Institutions
  24. 24. Eco-City Building Standards ...etc.</li></ul>Risks<br />Options<br />Size<br />Example<br />
  25. 25. Master DeveloperOrganisations & Development Dynamics<br />C<br />A<br />B<br />Business Units<br />commercial<br />operations<br />services<br />Finance<br />Human Resources<br />Business Support IT<br />Procurement<br />Government Services<br />Discover the way services are linked in the business in order to maintain accountability as well as performance: a need for true business partnership definition and charge-backs based on service-level and value-added.<br />As opportunities unfold “inside the constraints” of land allocation and investment cycles, the organisations will develop from business units into full businesses entities that will share common services to ensure business coherence as well as cost efficiencies.<br />
  26. 26. 3<br />Event Management Services<br />Master DeveloperDefining the Meta-model & Business Architecture<br />Business & Resources Mgmt<br />Example<br />Master Developer Holding<br />Master Developer Bus. Units<br />1<br />2<br />Land Management<br />Services<br />Development & <br />Supply Chain Services<br />All Business Services<br />Government Services<br />Transport & Logistics<br />Real Estate Mgmt<br />Environment/ Land Management<br />B<br />Engineering and Technical Hub<br />E<br />SC<br />L<br />Contract Mgmt<br />Infrastructure Mgmt<br />Built & Human Environment<br />The meta-model identifies a number of business and 3 core management services to operate the built environment to ensure efficient business commerce and operations.<br />The event-based businesses require “a complete embedded model” to ensure that their full business potential can be reaped . The next slide will explore specific aspects of that business.<br />
  27. 27. Entertainment/ Lifestyle Business& Event Management Services<br />Event Management Services<br />Event Management Services<br />Event Management Services<br />B<br />B<br />B<br />E<br />E<br />E<br />SC<br />SC<br />SC<br />L<br />L<br />L<br />E<br />Specific Entertainment/ Lifestyle Business Capabilities (Box E)<br />The “matroschka” <br />Embedded Model<br />IPT* IT Services <br />Marketing & Sales<br />Media – Content<br />Site-Operations<br />Air Show Events<br />Convention Events<br />…Other Events<br />Events are managed as projects, drawing upon Land and Supply Chain services for a limited time in order to support the commerce and operations of a specific business or business unit (owned or licensed).<br />*IPT Internet Protocol based Technologies that provide convergence between internet, telephony, media and content management services<br />
  28. 28. “Perfect City”Dimensions for Solutions<br />Master Developer Holding<br />SAP for Construction <br />SAP for Real Estate (Sell/Lease)<br />RIB<br />SAP ERP Suite <br />Business Process Platform<br />E-Government CRM/ Security<br />Event Mgt- CRM<br />Supply Chain/ Logistics/ Transportation/ SRM<br />Real Estate Management<br />Facility Management<br />Industry-Spec. Capabilities/ xApps<br />GIS for Land<br />SW for Buildings<br />CAD/ Document Hub for Technical Document Mgmt<br />Media-Content<br />Construction, Maintenance<br />& EAM<br />Utilities (Disco)<br />BMS<br />Hospitality<br />Built & Human Environment<br />Example<br />SAP & ISV’s<br />SAP<br />SAP Partners<br />
  29. 29. Sap industry strategy<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 15<br />
  30. 30. SAP’s Vision for Industry Solutions<br />To enable every customer to become a best run business<br />Achieve undisputed market and platform leadership in all industries where we compete<br />Vision<br />Executing industry growth strategies by assembling SAP and partner applications into industry-leading solutions<br /><ul><li>Translate industry trends and best practices into solutions and business opportunities for customers, partners and SAP
  31. 31. Assemble complete industry solutions based on industry, generic, and partner applications
  32. 32. Demonstrate thought leadership around E-SOA and deliver on the promise – early!
  33. 33. Building a healthy industry ecosystem for the SAP platform
  34. 34. Develop criticalindustry-specific applications </li></ul>Mission<br />…as foundation for the strategy for Master Developers<br />
  35. 35. Designed for Your Industry<br />SAP Industry Solutions for ...<br /><ul><li>Aerospace & Defense
  36. 36. Automotive
  37. 37. Banking
  38. 38. Chemicals
  39. 39. Consumer Products
  40. 40. Engineering, Construction & Operations
  41. 41. Financial Service Provider
  42. 42. Healthcare
  43. 43. Higher Education & Research
  44. 44. High Tech
  45. 45. Industrial Machinery & Components
  46. 46. Insurance
  47. 47. Media
  48. 48. Mill Products
  49. 49. Mining
  50. 50. Oil & Gas
  51. 51. Pharmaceuticals
  52. 52. Professional Services
  53. 53. Public Sector
  54. 54. Retail
  55. 55. Real Estate
  56. 56. Service Providers
  57. 57. Telecommunications
  58. 58. Utilities
  59. 59. Tailored to the standards, processes, and challenges of a specific industry
  60. 60. Based on best business practices developed with industry leaders
  61. 61. Portfolio of 28 industry solutions
  62. 62. Built on consistent technology and application stack</li></li></ul><li>Suppliers & Partners <br />Customers & Channels <br />Real Estate & FM<br />Retail <br />Utilities<br />Events/Hospitality<br />Others<br />Enterprise Management & Support<br />Analytics <br />Strategic Enterprise Management <br />Financial Analytics <br />Operations Analytics <br />Workforce Analytics <br />Financials <br />Financial Accounting <br />Management Accounting <br />Financial Supply Chain Management <br />Corporate Governance <br />Human Capital Management <br />Talent Management <br />Workforce Process Management <br />HCM Service Delivery <br />Workforce Deployment <br />Corporate Services <br />Travel Management <br />Environment, Health & Safety <br />Incentive & Commission Management <br />Real Estate Management <br />Operations Support <br />Data Management <br />Program & Project Management <br />Quality Management <br />Enterprise Asset Management <br />Indirect Procurement <br />Global Trade Services <br />Global Trade Management <br />Master Developer Solution Landscape <br />CRM Services<br />CRM Retail<br />CRM Utilities<br />CRM Real Estate<br />Merchandise Lifecycle<br />Plant/Grid<br />Lifecycle<br />Project Management<br />Event Management<br />Other<br />Processes<br />Land Management<br />Supply Chain<br />Management<br />Meter Reading<br />…<br />Design & Engineering<br />Selling Energy<br />And Services<br />Example<br />Store and<br />multichannel<br />Sell/Lease<br />..<br />Billing<br />Energy & Services<br />Facility & Plant Operations<br />POS<br />
  63. 63. The Business Process Platform to Bridge Two Worlds<br />DIFFERENTIATION<br />PRODUCTIVITY<br />Partner Application<br />SAP Application<br />Customer Application<br />SAP Application<br />ENTERPRISESERVICES<br /> SAP NetWeaver<br />SAP NetWeaver<br />EnterpriseServicesRepository<br />PLM<br />SRM<br />SCM<br />ERP<br />CRM<br />REUSE PROCESS STEPS AND ENTERPRISE SERVICES IN CUSTOM PROCESSES <br />
  64. 64. SAP ERP 6.0 – Stable Foundation<br />2012 or later<br />2006<br />2007<br />2008<br />2009<br />…2011<br />2005<br />Enhancement Packages<br />Next release<br />SAP ERP 6.0<br />SAP NetWeaver<br />Enhancement packages delivercontinuous innovation withoutupgrades and can include …<br /><ul><li>Technical and functional enhancements
  65. 65. New enterprise services
  66. 66. Composite applications</li></ul>Delivery of new developments and continuous without a release upgrade!<br />
  67. 67. 2006<br />2010<br />2007<br />2008<br />2009<br />Introducing… Enhancement PackagesMore innovation, more quickly, more accessible to customers<br /><ul><li>Areasofinnovation
  68. 68. Composite Applications
  69. 69. Legal Changes
  70. 70. Functional Enhancements
  71. 71. Enterprise Services </li></ul>Mandatory<br />Core-modifying<br />Optional<br />Non core-modifying<br />
  72. 72. SAP EcosystemNew dimensions of collaboration<br />Business Process<br />Industry Knowledge<br />Customer-driven business process insights<br />Communities for Innovation<br />Business partners, individuals<br />Products and Services<br />Platform with application functionality<br />
  73. 73. The Industry Value Network for EC&O & RE<br />TFMC<br />Engineering, Construction & Operations<br />
  74. 74. The Industry Value Network for Airports<br />Airports<br />SkyBiling-<br />BlueSky – IBM Partner Solution<br />
  75. 75. Dwc business & solution architecture framework<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 25<br />
  76. 76. Dubai World Central<br />DWC<br />DWC Al Maktoum International Airport<br /><ul><li>Dubai Logistics City
  77. 77. Dubai Aviation City
  78. 78. DWC Real Estate
  79. 79. DWC Corporate Services</li></ul>DuServe<br />Global Technology<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 26<br />
  80. 80. DWC Al Maktoum International Airport<br />Al Maktoum<br />International Airport<br /><ul><li>Retail Operations & Rental
  81. 81. Site Retail Operations
  82. 82. Collections
  83. 83. Operate Airport
  84. 84. Maintain & Operate Airport
  85. 85. Strategic Planning
  86. 86. Plan Airport Services
  87. 87. Human Resources
  88. 88. Manage Human Resources</li></ul>Solutions<br />Enterprise Resource Planning<br />SAP Netweaver Enterprise Services Architecture (SOA)<br />Currently out-of-scop<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 27<br />
  89. 89. Dubai Logistics City<br />DLC<br />Main Business Function<br />Property Management, Leasing Plots <br /><ul><li>Dedicated & Inhouse Logistics
  90. 90. Freezone Environment
  91. 91. Tracking Shipments
  92. 92. 22 Dedicated Cargo Terminals
  93. 93. Bonded Warehouse
  94. 94. Direct Connection to JAFZA
  95. 95. Office Park & Real Estate Mgt.
  96. 96. Main Business is leasing</li></ul>Solutions<br />Bonded Warehouse<br />WareHouse Mgt<br />Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)<br />Real Estate Mgt<br />Enterprise Resource Planning<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 28<br />
  97. 97. Dubai Aviation City<br />DAC<br />Main Business Function<br />Property Management, Leasing Plots <br /><ul><li>MRO Customers
  98. 98. Gulf Aerospace + 3 Others
  99. 99. MRO Facilities
  100. 100. MRO & Manufacturing Facilities
  101. 101. Fixed Based Operator (FBO)
  102. 102. Provide facilities to Annual Airshow
  103. 103. Design & Support Services
  104. 104. Hub for Aircraft Spares Support</li></ul>Solutions<br />MRO<br />Education Industry Solution<br />Real Estate Management <br />Enterprise Resource Planning<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 29<br />
  105. 105. DWC Real Estate<br />DWC-RE<br />Main Business Function<br />Real Estate Management<br />Selling, Leasing and Operating Properties <br /><ul><li>Commercial City
  106. 106. Selling and Leasing Lots
  107. 107. 25 Hotels, 3 ->5 Star
  108. 108. Residential City
  109. 109. 250k Residents +20k People Support Staff
  110. 110. Staff Village
  111. 111. Open Spaces, Restaurants
  112. 112. Golf City
  113. 113. 5 Golf Courses
  114. 114. Eco Friendly</li></ul>Solutions<br />SimHotel<br />Retail IS <br />RE Management <br />Media IS <br />Banking IS <br />HealthCare IS <br />Enterprise Resource Planning<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 30<br />
  115. 115. DWC DuServe<br />DuServe<br />Main Business Function<br /><ul><li>Facility Management & Operation
  116. 116. Maintain Facilities
  117. 117. Hazardous Waste
  118. 118. Planning & Building Permits
  119. 119. Municipal Government
  120. 120. GIS & Permits
  121. 121. Infrastructure
  122. 122. Cleaning & Security
  123. 123. Highways & Public Transport
  124. 124. Operate Public Transport Sys.
  125. 125. Airport Systems Maintenance
  126. 126. Lighting, Nav. Aids, Fuel Farm
  127. 127. Baggage Handling Equipment
  128. 128. Utilities
  129. 129. Operate Public Transport Sys.</li></ul>Solutions<br />Identity Management /RFID<br />Enterprise Asset Mgt + GIS<br />Utilities IS <br />A&D IS (Airport)<br />Transportation Mgt Solution<br />Fuel Management<br />Enterprise Resource Planning<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 31<br />
  130. 130. DWC Corporate Services<br />DWC Corp. Services<br />Main Business Function<br /><ul><li>Financial Handling Services
  131. 131. Audit Management Services
  132. 132. HR & Legal Services
  133. 133. Corporate Marketing,
  134. 134. Corporate Call Center
  135. 135. Group-Wide Business Process Management
  136. 136. IT Services, </li></ul>Solutions<br />Joint Venture Agreement<br />Resources Portfolio Mgt<br />Governance Risk & Compliance( GRC)<br />Business Planning & Consolidation<br />SAP Service Mgt<br />Contract Lifecycle Mgt<br />Enterprise Resource Planning<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 32<br />
  137. 137. Appendix<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 33<br />
  138. 138. DWC_ I–Map Page 1 <br />
  139. 139. DWC_ I–Map Page 2 <br />
  140. 140. DWC_ I–Map Page 3 <br />
  141. 141. Industry Trends &<br />Cross-Industry Best Practices<br />Specific Industry Best Practices for 26 Verticals <br />Services<br />Manufacturing<br />Financial & <br />Public Services<br />Aerospace & Defense<br />Industrial Machinery & Components<br />Media<br />Banking<br />Professional Services<br />Automotive<br />Life Sciences<br />Insurance<br />Telecommunications<br />Chemicals<br />Mill Products<br />Healthcare<br />Travel & Logistics Services<br />Consumer Products<br />Mining<br />Higher Education & Research<br />Retail<br />Engineering, Construction & Oper.<br />Oil & Gas<br />Public Sector<br />Utilities<br />High Tech<br />Wholesale Distribution<br />Defense & Security<br />
  142. 142. Suppliers & Partners <br />Customers & Channels <br />Decide Strategy <br />Design & Engineering <br />Procurement <br />Construction <br />Operations <br />Business Development<br />Project Management<br />Build<br />Design & Engineering<br />Enterprise Management & Support<br />Analytics <br />Strategic Enterprise Management <br />Financial Analytics <br />Operations Analytics <br />Workforce Analytics <br />Financials <br />Financial Accounting <br />Management Accounting <br />Financial Supply Chain Management <br />Corporate Governance <br />Human Capital Management <br />Talent Management <br />Workforce Process Management <br />HCM Service Delivery <br />Workforce Deployment <br />Corporate Services <br />Facility & Plant Operations<br />Travel Management <br />Environment, Health & Safety <br />Incentive & Commission Management <br />Real Estate Management <br />Operations Support <br />Data Management <br />Program & Project Management <br />Quality Management <br />Enterprise Asset Management <br />Indirect Procurement <br />Global Trade Services <br />Global Trade Management <br />Procurement<br />Engineering, Construction & Operations <br />
  143. 143. Design and Engineering<br />Basic Design <br />Detail Design and Engineering <br />Build<br />Site Materials Management <br />Workforce Management <br />Equipment and Tool Management <br />Prefabrication and Assembly <br />Commissioning/Startup/Handover<br />Procurement<br />Sourcing<br />Requirements Planning and Purchasing<br />Expediting and Logistics <br />Suppliers & Partners <br />Customers & Channels <br />Decide Strategy <br />Design & Engineering <br />Procurement <br />Construction <br />Operations <br />Project Management<br />Contract Management <br />Planning and Scheduling <br />Project Execution <br />Project Controlling <br />Business Development<br />Project Development <br />Opportunity Management <br />Facility and Plant Operations<br />The SAP Solution Map covers the key business process areas within the Construction Industries. The information used in each process is also shared across the business process solutions creating an integrated environment.<br />Marketing & Sales <br />Facility/Plant Maintenance <br />Real Estate Management <br />Service Operations <br />Enterprise Management & Support<br />Engineering, Construction & Operations<br />
  144. 144. SAP for Engineering, Construction & Operations <br />Suppliers & Partners <br />Customers & Channels <br />Plan & Develop <br />Acquire & Procure <br />Build <br />Lease & Operate <br />Service <br />Dispose <br />Planning & Business Development<br />Real Estate Portfolio Management <br />Marketing & Sales <br />Opportunity Management <br />Design & Engineering <br />Project Management<br />Project Portfolio Management <br />Planning & Scheduling <br />Project Execution <br />Contract Management <br />Project Financials <br />Subcontractor & Supplier Management<br />Supplier Planning and Contracting <br />Subcontract Management <br />Expediting & Tracking <br />Resource Management<br />Materials Management <br />Workforce Management & Optimization <br />Equipment & Tool Management <br />Fabrication & Assembly <br />Real Estate Operations<br />Asset Portfolio <br />Lease Management <br />Common Area Management <br />Facility Operations<br />Contract & Service Level Management <br />Service Delivery & Operations <br />Infrastructure Management <br />Planning & Business Development<br />Enterprise Management & Support<br />
  145. 145. SAP Real Estate<br />Enterprise Management<br />Strategic Enterprise Management<br />Business Analytics<br />Business Intelligence & Decision Support<br />Accounting<br />Employee Relationship Management & Workforce Analytics<br />Real Estate Business Analytics<br />Valuation Methods<br />Scoring Model<br />Benchmarking & Reporting<br />Planning & Simulation<br />Data Exchange Facilities<br />Customer Lifecycle Management<br />Customer Engagement<br />Customer Service<br />Buy & Sell<br />Project Management<br />Approximate Financial Planning & Time Scale<br />Bid Invitation, Award, Invoicing<br />Ready for Use<br />Commercial Management<br />Contract Management<br />Rental Accounting<br />Rent Adjustment & Sales-Based Rents<br />Service Charge Settlement<br />Third Party Management<br />Land Use Management<br />Technical & Infrastructure Management<br />Space Management<br />Planned Maintenance<br />Repairs & Modernization<br />Procurement of External Services<br />Building Control Systems<br />Real Estate Controlling<br />Object Controlling<br />Responsibility Accounting with Profit Centers<br />Overhead Cost Controlling<br />Activity-Based Costing<br />System & Real Estate Infrastructure<br />Organization Structure<br />Master Data Objects<br />Partner & Address Management<br />Correspondence & Optical Archive<br />Graphical Interface<br />Reporting<br />
  146. 146. SAP ERP: Solution Map<br />
  147. 147. Thank you!<br />© SAP 2008 / Page 43<br />
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