SAP Ov er view -Internal Workshop

Agenda - mySAP ERP Overview

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Brief History
2 SAP R/3 Overview 3 mySAP ERP New Functions 4 Coming Attractions 5 SAP Best Practices

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Summary

SAP’s Growth

History of ERP Systems

Different Products for Different Companies

SAP Solution & Methodology Differs

SAP, using company’s revenue as the primary criteria, recommends different implementation methodology and solutions; however the distinction is not absolute and appropriate solution and methodology is usually decided after initial diagnosis of a targeted company.

Methodology
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Solution mySAPTM Business Suite mySAPTM ERP mySAPTM Business Suite mySAPTM ERP

Traditional SAP methodology based on As-is, To-be

[Large Enterprises] Revenue 200B or more [Upper SMB] Revenue 50B ~ 200B
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analysis SAP Best Practice –based methodology SAP Best Practice & Partner Solution – based methodology Development-based methodology

mySAPTM All-inOne

[Lower SMB] Revenue 50B

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SAP Business One

Adaptable Products

Architecture History

Business Requirements

Adaptable business

Enterprise Services Architecture


Integrated processes

Le ve ra

ge

Web Services

Client/Server (R/3 Basis)

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Standard software Mainframe (R/2)

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X

Mainframe Technology Advances

Re p

Client/server

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Brief History
2 3 4 5 SAP R/3 Overview mySAP ERP New Functions Coming Attractions SAP Best Practices

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Summary

SAP R/3 Module

Logistics

SD
Sales & . MM Distrib Material Manag.

FI
Financial Accounting

Accounting

CO
Controlling

PP

Production Planning

R/3
Client / Server ABAP

TR

Treasury

QM
Quality Manag.

PS
Project System

Plant Maint. HR Human . Resources.

PM Advanced Business Application Programming WF IS
Industry Solutions

Workflow

Human Resources

Cross Application Functions

Business Process Overview

Financial Controlling Cost Controlling Human Resources
Sales
Kunden auftrag

Technical
Stock change Delivery Invoicing Customer payment

Presales Activity

Sales order

Production

Logistic sMPS SOP

Accounting
MRP Planned order Production order Shop floor control

Information Flow
Purchasing Purchase requisition Vendor selection Purchase order Goods receipt

Integration

Invoice verification

Vendor payment

Logistics Controlling

. Sales, Production , Purch ., Warehouse Man.

Organizational Structures in R/3

Organizational units
Operating Concern
Focus on Sales Focus on Markets Focus on Internal accounting, Controlling and Management Reporting.

Controlling areas Sales organizations Company codes

Purchasing organizations
Focus on External Accounting

Valuation areas

Plants
R

Storage locations/Batches/Special stocks

Focus on Inventories

SAP Environment

Configuration
Global Settings Corporate Structure Cross-Application Components Financial Accounting Treasury Controlling

Application
Office Logistics Accounting Human Resources Informational Systems Tools System Help

Data in System

Master Data
G/L Account Customer Vendor Bank Material

Transaction Data
Invoice Payment Credit memo Goods Receipt

Table Data
Payment Terms Tolerance Settings Pricing Conditions

Production Order Processing

Archive / Order settlement

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Order

request Order creation Availability checks

14 13
Order header

1 2

Calculate variances

12 11

Operations

3
components

Material

Goods receipt
Production resources / tools

4 10 5
20 50

Machine reservation Order release

Determine WIP

Costs

Planned Target Actual

100

6 7

Print order Material staging

Confirmations

9 8
Order processing

Purchasing Processing

Requisition

8
Vendor invoice

Payment

1

Requirements determination

?

Purchase order
10 20

7

Invoice30 Verification

Procurement

2

Source determination

6

Goods receipt

3
Purchase order
10 20 30 10 20 30

Vendor selection

5

Purchase order monitoring

4

Order processing

R

Goods Movement

Goods issue

stock transfer

Goods receipt

Transfer posting

Order Fullfillment Processing

Sales Order Processing Sales Order Processing Inventory Sourcing Inventory Sourcing Pre-Sales Activities Pre-Sales Activities

Invoice

Payment Payment Billing Billing

Delivery Delivery

Financial Solution

MM

AP

CONTROLLING

SD

AR
ORDERS

COST CENTERS Product Costing

AM

AM

PROFIT CENTERS

MM PP

Inventory

Document data base Optical archive

Controlling Module

CO PA

Profitability Analysis Overhead Cost Controlling
Process
CO PC

Profitability segment

ECPCA

CO OM

Product Cost Controlling Material Valuation

Profit Center Accounting

Cost Center

Overhead Order

Production

Order

Material

Labor

OH

Process

Cost Element Accounting
Revenue

FI

Financial Accounting Human Resources

Asset

WIP

Stock

HR

Procure

Produce

Move Stock

Sell, Bill

R

SAP R/3 Basis

SAPGui (Graphic User Interface)

Presentation Central System (Laptop) Distributed Presentation Client/Server (Two-Tier ) Client/Server (Three-Tier) Client/Server (Multi-Layer, Cooperative )

Application

Database

SAP R/3 Authority

Call transaction
Transaction code valid?

Transaction locked?

STOP

User authorized for S_TCODE? User authorized for authorization assigned to transaction code?

Program embedded authorization checks

SAP GUI Client Concept

SAP GUI Client Concept

SAP GUI Client Concept

SAP GUI Client Concept

ABAP Development Workbench

ABAP Editor

ABAP Debugger

Other Methods to Debug

Best Way to solve your problems

Best Way to solve your problems- continue

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Brief History
2 3 4 5 SAP R/3 Overview mySAP ERP New Functions Coming Attractions SAP Best Practices

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Summary

Comprehensive ERP Functional Scope
mySAP PLM mySAP SRM

mySAP ERP
mySAP SCM

mySAP CRM

SAP NetWeaver

mySAP™ ERP
Edition 2003
Analytics Self Services Strategic Enterprise Management Financial Analytics Workforce Analytics Operations Analytics

Financials

Financial Accounting

Management Accounting

Corporate Governance

Financial Supply Chain Management

Human Capital Management

Employee Relationship Management

Employee Lifecycle Management

Employee Transaction Management

Operations

Purchasing

Inventory Management

Production

Project Management

Maintenance

Quality Management

Distribution

Sales Order Management

Corporate Services

Travel Management

Environment, Health & Safety

Incentive and Commission Management

Corporate Real Estate

SAP NetWeaver™

People Integration

Information Integration

Process Integration

Application Platform

Key Difference Between mySAP ERP and SAP R/3

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Brief History
2 3 4 5 SAP R/3 Overview mySAP ERP New Functions Coming Attractions SAP Best Practices

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Summary

mySAP Business Suite - Enable for Adaptive Business
mySAP Business Suite Suite & mySAP ERP mySAP Business
mySAP PLM
Maintenance & Quality

Engineering Partner Product Development Collaboration

mySAP SRM
Supplier Supplier Relationship Management

mySAP ERP
Analytics Financials Human Resources Corporate Services Operations

Sales Order & Distribution Management

SAP NetWeaver
Supply Chain Partner Supply Chain Collaboration and Optimization

Purchase Order Management

mySAP CRM
Customer Customer Relationship Management

Inventory & Production

mySAP SCM

mySAP CRM
User Interface mySAP PLM
mySAP SRM
Financials Human Resources Corporate Services Operations Management

Portal Telephony Mobile Clients Business Scenarios E-Mail

Clients Letter / Fax

Configuration Internet Development Tools Web Services

mySAP ERP

mySAP CRM

Communicatio n Channels Mobile Technology Business Integration Platform Technology

Synchronization Service Integration Technology ... based on SAP NetWeaver

SAP NetWeaver

mySAP SCM

mySAP SCM
Supply Chain Planning Supply Chain Design Demand Planning Supply Planning Distribution Planning Production Planning Transportation Planning

mySAP PLM
Financials Human Resources Corporate Services Operations Management

mySAP ERP

mySAP SRM

mySAP CRM

Supply Chain Execution

Materials Manufacturing Management

Order Promising & Delivery

Warehouse Transportation Management Execution

Foreign Trade/Legal Services

Supply Chain Coordination

Supply Chain Event Management

Supply Chain Performance Management

Fulfillment Coordination

mySAP SCM

SAP NetWeaver

Supply Chain Collaboration

Supply Chain Portal

Collaboration Processes

Supply Chain Integration

mySAP SRM
mySAP PLM
Financials Human Resources Corporate Services Operations Management

Strategic Sourcing Operational Procurement Supplier Enablement

Sourcing Analytics

Supplier Evaluation

Supplier Selection (RFx & Auctions)

Contract Management

mySAP ERP

mySAP SRM

mySAP CRM

Self-Service Procurement

Plan-Driven Procurement

Service Procurement

Supplier Self-Services

mySAP SCM

SAP NetWeaver

Content

Content Consolidation

Catalog Content Management

mySAP PLM
Life-Cycle Data Management Document Management Technical Assets Management Project Planning Design Collaboration Product Structure Management Recipe Management Integration Change and Configuration Management Work Clearance Management

mySAP PLM
Financials Human Resources Corporate Services Operations Management

Asset Life-Cycle Management

Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Project Execution Collaborative Project Management

Maintenance Execution Interfaces

mySAP ERP

mySAP SRM

mySAP CRM

Program and Project Management Life-Cycle Collaboration and Analytics Quality Management Environment, Health and Safety

Program Management

Quality Collaboration Quality Control

Analytics

Enterprise Portal Content

mySAP SCM

SAP NetWeaver

Audit Management Basic Data and Tools Product Safety

Quality Improvement

Hazardous Dangerous Industrial Waste Occupationa Substance Goods Hygiene and Management Health Management Management Safety

Customer
Brand Owner Component Supplier Service Provider Contract Engineer

Manufacturer

Customer

SAP Netweaver

SAP NetWeaver™
People Integration
Multi-Channel Access Composite Application Framework Portal Collaboration Life Cycle Management

Evolution of mySAP Technology Unifies and aligns people, information and business processes
 Integrates across technologies and organizational boundaries  A safe choice with full .NET and J2EE interoperability

Information Integration
Business Intelligence Knowledge Management

Master Data Management

Process Integration
Integration Broker Business Process Management

The business foundation for SAP and partners
 Powers business-ready solutions that reduce custom integration  Its Enterprise Services Architecture increases business process flexibility

Application Platform
J2EE ABAP

.NET

DB and OS Abstraction DB and OS Abstraction

WebSphere

SAP’s Paradigm Shift to Service Oriented Architecture

Defend Our Ownship of the Core Business
The Playing Field Is Changing, but with ESA, we Turn Threats Into Opportunities
Provide a platform for accelerated business innovation
SERVICES

PERSONAL PRODUCTIVITY

ENGINEERING

Extend processes into engineering and operational systems

Reach out to the knowledge workers and decision makers

ENTERPRISE APPLICATION SOFTWARE INFRASTRUCTURE

Accelerate time to market and time to volume

Flexibility in Business Strategies using ESA

Adaptive Business Network

NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & INTRODUCTION SOURCING & PROCUREMENT ADAPTIVE SUPPLY SALES & MARKETING REAL TIME DEMAND SIGNALS

DESIGN & ENGINEERING

ADAPTIVE MANUFACTURING NETWORK

SERVICE MANAGEMENT

LIFE CYCLE DATA MANAGEMENT

New Dimension – Preparing for the Unpredictable
PLAN

VISIBILITY

Plan and re-plan resource needs based on business objectives

SENSE

Sense and alert in real time the deviations caused by internal and external events Continually analyze and learn from exceptions and incorporate knowledge into business processes

LEARN
Collaborate and respond to internal and external deviations across the extended RESPOND network

Execute plan based on available business network resource EXECUTE capability

ADAPTIVENESS

Extend From the Core Business
Innovations become the Standard of the Future
100%

Business Mix “Innovation“ “Innovation“ SCM, CRM, PLM, SRM ~50%

100%

Business Mix “Innovation“ “Innovation“ NW / BPP A1S B1 ~50% mySAP Business Suite ~90%

ERP (R/3) ~90%

ERP ~40%

mySAP Business Suite ~50%

1999

2004/2005

2004/2005

2010

 Today, SAP generates ~50% of its business with solutions which were launched to the market 5 years ago  In 5 years from now, continuous innovation will allow SAP to generate ~50% of its business with new solutions

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Brief History
2 SAP R/3 Overview 3 4 5 mySAP ERP New Functioions Coming Attractions SAP Best Practices

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Summary

SAP Industry Solutions
SAP Industry Solutions for ...
                       Aerospace & Defense Automotive Banking Chemicals Consumer Products Engineering, Construction & Operations Financial Service Provider Healthcare Higher Education & Research High Tech Industrial Machinery & Components Insurance Media Mill Products Mining Oil & Gas Pharmaceuticals Professional Services Public Sector Retail Service Providers Telecommunications Utilities

 Tailored to the standards, processes, and challenges of a specific industry  Based on best business practices developed with industry leaders  Portfolio of 24 industry solutions  Built on consistent technology and application stack

Feedback from Customer

“A low risk, yet flexible solution at an affordable price that addresses today’s pain and will support the business in an uncertain future.”
How can you achieve …value-add by reducing costs for your evaluation/implementation project? …value-add by reducing business process costs? …value-add by increasing revenue?

questions
but only one answer….

SAP Best Practices

SAP Best Practices: Reduce Cost, Time and Risk

• SAP Best Practices are • SAP Best Practices

the sound foundation for prepacked ready-to-use business solutions

Pragmatic methodology

Cost

SAP Best Practices

cover well-proven business scenarios that help to exploit the potentials of mySAP ERP

Time

Extensive documentation

Proven preconfiguration

Risk

Time/Cost/Risk Saving Tools
 SAP Best Practices Installation Assistant  SAP Best Practices Personalization Assistant  extended Computer Aided Test Tools (eCATTs)  Business Configuration Sets (BC sets)

• Flexible building block

technology enables you to implement and adapt your solution in a very flexible way

SAP Best Practices
Traditional project

With SAP Best Practices

Enable fast and easy implementaWorking prototype tion of mySAP Business Suite Demonstration of a solution that is easy to:
 identify

with  implement  adapt to specific requirements Get a living and fully documented prototype within days that you can rapidly turn into a productive solution

Time and effort savings

Identification and anticipation of reusable business processes and project activities

Technical Information: Building Block Principle

SAP Best Practices Building Blocks

Building Blocks are the technical methodology for the SAP Best Practices development and delivery provide SAP Best Practices users with small, flexible, and transparent pieces of functionality (Building Blocks), for example a specific scenario that can be implemented like an add-on to an existing solution foster inter-operability and reusability by providing the necessary guidelines and tools to enable content developers to create Building Blocks that follow a common structure

Business Configuration Sets (BC-Sets) - Definition

BC-Sets are groups of configuration settings
 which are grouped according to logical, business management criteria to a unit  for documentary, preconfiguration, quality assurance and re-use purposes  which are independent of the original configuration tables/views  which are accessible across the system landscape

BC Sets represent snapshots of configuration settings
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Business Process

Configuration tables/views

BC Set

IDES vs. SAP Best Practices
IDES Focus Industry/Country SAP Functionalities Common SAP Best Practices Business Process Scenarios Language / Country Specific Deliverables (Covered 13 industry solutions) Available as develop system, sandbox, testing and training ect

Application during Implementation

Partly apply in implementation - Reference system, test

On-line document

Documentation - Scenario Overviews & Description - Business Process Procedure

Deliverables

- Configuration guide - On-line/off-line demo system No translation - Country version with Local Language

BP in another word

mySAP Business Suite

SAP Best Practices

Pre-Packaged Individualized Customer Business Solution Partner Solutions

SAP Best Practices Deliverables Structure

Documentation
 BP Scenario overview  BP Business process procedures

Preconfiguration
 Preconfiguration settings  Master data  Configuration Documentation (IMG)  Test catalogs

 Best Practices BBIA file  Best Practices Configuration Guide

… for all scenarios

Definition and documentation of integrated business processes

Preconfigured configuration settings and installation automation

Information on SAP Best Practices

More information and contact http://www.sap.com/bestpractices (Internet)

http://service.sap.com/bestpractices (SAP Service Marketplace)

How to order

Documentation CD only  Order online: On the Services Marketplace www.service.sap.com from the Knowledge Shop (Partners/Customers, only!) i_Tutor Complete software package with Documentation CD and Configuration Settings CD To be ordered from your contract department or directly on the Service Marketplace www.service.sap.com from the Software Catalog (Partners/Customers only!)

free of charge

Turn SAP Best Practices into a Live System
Preconfigured System
Run Run eCATTs eCATTs Activate BC Sets

Prototype

Activate selected BC Sets

DEV
Export Customer-specific delta Customizing

• Define requirements • Train project team • Pick and choose from the pre-settings • Load them into the development system • Automatic transfer of preconfiguration used as a basis for further configuration

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QAS

PROD

Import

SAP Best Practices are the foundation for the entire duration of your implementation project

Saving Customer’s Time and Money with mySAP All-in-One Solutions
Time Savings per phase

SAP Best Practices

Traditional implementation

Project Phase

Project Preparation

Business Blueprint

Realization

Final Preparation

Go Live & Support

O%

Scope Coverage

Overall time savings

100%

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2 SAP R/3 Overview 3 mySAP ERP New Functions 4 Coming Attractions 5 SAP Best Practices

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Summary

Q&A

Some useful SAP Linkage

https://www.sdn.sap.com/ http://help.sap.com http://www.sapfans.com

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