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mySAP ERP

Presented by Adityaraj Jaju 09FT-065 Manmeet Gill 09FT-082 Megha Bhatt 09FT-084 Mohit Sharma 09FT-088 Rahul Subramanian 09FT-114

History of SAP
Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing German : Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte Datenverarbeitung in der

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,BYD

SAP
Enterprise Resource Planning
Inter-Enterprise Co-operation Collaborative Business
Enterprise Resource Planning

Create Strategic Value Total Company Value Automation Efficiency and Control

80’s R/2

90’s R/3

Today mySAP ERP

Evolution of ERP

SAP Business Strategy:
New Maintenance Offerings Architecture Planning Custom Development Consulting System Integration Operations Planning & Optimization Hosting / Outsourcing

SAP Business Strategy:

SAP Direct Vertical Sales Resellers Business One Centers Sales/Service Partners

For Over 30 Years, SAP Has Been Driving ERP – and They Continue to Do So…
ERP Rapid Adoption
Companies start to adopt ERP on a massive scale

mySAP ERP
E-Business is now seen as an extension of ERP, not a replacement. SAP is leading the new industry standard for collaborative business applications.

SAP Invents Real-Time ERP
SAP defines and establishes a new approach to Integrated Standard Business Software.

ERP = The Business Software Industry
The approach that SAP established becomes industry standard. New competitors enter the market.

Dot.com Hype: ERP = Old E-Business = New
Trends seemed to indicate that ERP was an out-offashion model

70s

80s

90s

00s

Evolution of SAP

Benefits of mySAP ERP
SAP ERP delivers a comprehensive set of integrated, crossfunctional 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

SAP R/3 Architecture

3 Tier Client / Server Architecture
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

SAP R/3 System Architecture

SAP integration architecture

The Presentation Server

Overview of Presentation & Database Servers

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

SAP R/3 Conceptual Areas
SAP Conceptual Areas

Application Area
(Initiate and execute SAP transactions) (Functional)

Basis Area
(The technical administration of the system) (Authorizations/Ids/etc)

Development Area
(1. A developer’s workbench 2. Create & Test ABAP/4 programs) (Technical)

Systems in R3
Transport Request

Development System (DC)

Quality System (QC)

Production System (IC)

Client 110 100 etc..

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

Clients in R/3

R/3 Technology Environment
Hardware
UNIX Systems Bull IBM Digital SNI HP SUN Bull/Zenith Compaq Data General ... Digital NCR HP (Intel) Sequent IBM (Intel) SNI IBM AS/400 IBM S/390

Operating AIX Reliant systems Digital UNIX UNIX (SINIX)
HP-UX SOLARIS

Windows NT ADABAS D MS SQL Server INFORMIX-OnLine ORACLE

OS/40 0 DB2 for OS/400

OS/39 0 DB2 for OS/390

Databases

ADABAS D DB2 for AIX INFORMIX-OnLine ORACLE

Dialog SAPGUI Languages

Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT, OSF/Motif *, OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM), Macintosh *, Java ABAP/4, C, C++, HTML, Java

Platforms and Databases supported by R/3
Operating Systems AIX SINIX SOLARIS HPUX Digital Unix Windows NT Supported Hardware Supported Front ends Supported Databases IBM SNI SUN Win 3.1/ 95 / DB2 for AIX NT Digital HP Bull OSF / Motif OS/2 Macintosh Informix – Online Oracle 7.1 ADABAS D

AT&T Win 3.1 / 95 / Oracle 7.1 Compaq NT SQL Server Bull / Zenith OSF / Motif 6.0 HP (Intel) OS/2 ADABAS D SNI Macintosh IBM (Intel) Digital

SAP R/3 Modules

SAP Modules
SD – Sales and Distribution MM – Materials Management PP – Production Planning FI – Financial Accounting

SD MM PP

FI CO AM

CO – Controlling AM – Asset Management

SAP R/3
QM – Quality Management

QM PM WM PS WF

HR

HR – Human Resources WF – Workflow

PM – Plant Maintenance WM – Warehouse Management

PS – Project System

SAP R/3 Application Modules
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11)

Financial accounting (FI) Controlling (CO) Asset management (AM) Materials management (MM) Sales and Distribution (SD) Production Planning (PP) Quality management (QM) Plant maintenance (PM) & Customer Service (CS) Project system (PS) Human resources (HR) Workflow (WF)

Module Functionalities

MM Material Procurement Inventory Management Batch Management Goods inspection Invoice Verification

PP BOM/Work Center/Routing MRP Capacity Evaluations Production Orders QM in production

SD Inquiry processing Sales Order Processing Delivery Processing Billing

FI General Ledger Accounts Payable Accounts receivable Cash management

CO Cost Center Accounting Product Costing Order Contribution Analysis

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

Financial Accounting
Foreign exchange management Finance information system Bank Management of secureties and loans

Cash management and forecast

Accounts payable
Payables

Bank accounts Receivables

Accounts receivable

General Ledger
Invoice verification Extended General Ledger
Consolidation

Credit management

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

Sales and Distribution Processing

MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

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

Sales Order Process
(Order-to-Cash) Sales Order Entry Check Availability Pick Materials

Receipt of Customer Payment Invoice Customer

Pack Materials

Post Goods Issue

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

Procurement Process
(Procure-to-Pay) Purchase Requisition

Purchase Order

Notify Vendor Payment to Vendor Invoice Receipt Vendor Shipment Goods Receipt

BASIC DATA

Vendor/one-time customer Purchasing info record Service specifications Workflow Optical archive Texts Mail Communication Classification Documents Conditions

 RFQ/Quotation
  

Purchasing information system Vendor evaluation

Material Special stock Batch

Materials Management
PURCHASING
  

 Purchase requisition
MRP Direct requisition Release procedures

SD

Third-party order Requirements

PP PM

Material/service Price comparisons Price comparison list Purchase orders Outline agreements Scheduling agreements

 Purchasing
  

Service/ Spare Parts Service / Inspection QM spare parts lot G/L accounts Cash management and forecast Fixed assets Cost center / Budget Project

FI AM CO PS

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
    

Goods receipt/issue Transfer posting Quantities and values Physical inventory Storage bins

INVOICE VERIFICATION
 

Check and post Price update

Production Planning
SD PP Sales and Operations Planning Demand management / MPS Material requirements planning Detailed Schedeling and Planning Capacity planning Shop floor control Costing Information system Project Networks PS SD

Customers
Sales Shipping Billing

SD

PM SD Maintenance Repairs Plant maintenance QM SD Inbound Raw Material Finished Goods

Vendors

MM SD Purchasing Warehouse Invoice verification

FI

Financial accounting

CO

Cost accounting

HR

Human resources

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)

Module PS – Project System & HR – Human Resource
• PS – Project Systems
• Support planning, control, & monitoring of long term highly complex projects with defined goals • Project WBS – Plan • Budget & Monitor • Network Management • Activity monitoring, Material Planning, Milestones, Capacities Scheduling • Project Management Information System

• Key elements

HR – Human Resource
• Key elements • Recruitment • Payroll & Time management • Travel Expense accounting & Benefits • Workforce planning & Training administration • Organization management

mySAP Industry Solutions (Some Examples)
SAP for Aerospace & Defense SAP for Media SAP for Automotive SAP for Mill Products SAP for Banking SAP for Mining SAP for Chemicals SAP for Oil & Gas SAP for Consumer Products SAP for Pharmaceuticals SAP for Engineering, Construction & Operations SAP for Professional Services

SAP for Healthcare SAP for Public Sector SAP for High Tech SAP for Retail SAP for Higher Education & Research SAP for Service Providers SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components SAP for Telecommunications SAP for Insurance SAP for Utilities

SAP Product Overview

Evolution of SAP products
Solutions mySAP CRM mySAP SCM mySAP HR mySAP PLM ………..

mySAP ERP R/3 Enterprise
Web AS

mySAP Business Suite

R/3

SAP NetWeaver

•Easing Upgrade Plans & Providing Transition Options •Bringing benefits of SAP Netweaver into installed base •New Customers have more entry options & receive world –class ERP

Evolution of SAP products

SAP R/3

my SAP Solutions

my SAP Business Suite

mySAP Solutions
mySAP PLM mySAP SCM

mySAP Financials
mySAP CRM

mySAP HR Corporate Services Operations

mySAP SRM

Adaptive Business Solutions

SAP R/3

my SAP Business Suite
mySAP PLM mySAP SCM

mySAP mySAP SRM

mySAP Financials mySAP HR Corporate Services Operations
Application Platform ( Web As) People Integration (Portal) Information Integration( BI,MDM) Process Integration (XI)

CRM

SAP NetWeaver

mySAP Solutions & Netweaver
mySAP CRM mySAP SRM mySAP SCM mySAP PLM SAP Netweaver

My SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

CRM Solution Map

CRM – Holistic view

Where does a CRM solution fit ?
Who
Marketing Sales Service
Use a CRM Solution to complete the Cycle

Service

Executives

What

Engage

Fulfill Transact

Workplace Which way How
Internet Mobile Telephony

Operational

Analytical

Collaborative

My SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)

SRM Vision

SAP Netweaver

A Roadmap for Web Services

Services are changing SAP’s Product portfolio

From Basis to WAS

The 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

implementation

Ways to Implement: There are two main implementation approaches: Roll Out: inclusion of subsequent releases and/or locations in separate systems. Roll In: inclusion of subsequent releases and/or locations in same systems. Both focus on implementation at one location or one area of functionality, followed by subsequent implementation of other sites and/or functional areas The alternative to Roll Out and Roll In is Big Bang Generally only considered for small (<200) implementations

Cost of SAP deployment

mySAP Business Suite Pricing Model:
Functionality / Price
Developer ? Up to E5700 Professional E3800

Named User fees (4 categories)
Limited Prof. E1600 (mobile E800)

Employee E400

Software Engine fees: (e.g Purchase Order/ Sales Order Industry Solutions based on industry metrics)

• mySAP CRM

• mySAP SCM

• mySAP SRM

• mySAP PLM

• mySAP ERP

• mySAP FIN

• mySAP HR

Bibliography
http://sdn.sap.com http://sap.com http://learnsap.com http://sapbrainsonline.com http://help.sap.com http:// sapprofessionals.org

http://www.sap.com/industrie s/professionalservices/media/ ps_demo.html Thank You!

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