Mr Sarvesh Srivastava TCS

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ERP Overview
Implementation Methodology
Oracle’s EBS R12
– Sarvesh Srivastava
TCS Limited
Agenda
•ERP – Overview
•Architecture
•Functionality
•Methodology
•Oracle EBS R12 *
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Enterprise Resource Planning
Do we need it…
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Modern Businesses
Production
Planning
Q
Business Plan
Production
Business
Analysis
Order
Booking
Purchase
Shipping
Design
Accounts
Payable
Receiving
Fixed
Assets
Inventory
Inventory
Costing
Accounts
Receivable
Shared Interactive
& Inter-related
Info Base.
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Demands on the Industry…
Aggressive cost control initiatives
Need to analyze costs / revenues on a product or customer basis
Flexibility to respond to changing business requirements
More informed management decision making
Changes in ways of doing business
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Evolution of Business System
ERP II
2000
ERP
MRPII
MRP
Inventory
Control
1990
1980
1970
1960
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Definition of ERP
ERP utilizes ERP software applications to improve
the performance of organizations resource planning,
management control and operational control.
While the primary goal of ERP is to improve and
streamline internal business processes, CRM
attempts to enhance the relationship with customers
and SCM aims to facilitate the collaboration between
the organization, its suppliers, the manufacturers, the
distributors and the partners.
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What does ERP do?
Facilitates Company-wide integrated
Information Systems covering all functional
areas.
Performs core Corporate activities and
increases customer service augmenting
Corporate Image.
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Basic Five Reasons for Having ERP
Integrate Financial Information
Integrate customer order information
Standardize and speed up manufacturing processes
Reduce inventory
Standardize HR information
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Stakeholders in an ERP project
Product Knowledge,
Best Business Practices
Technology,
Products,
Updates,
Tools
Consultants
Vendors
Sponsor
Product Knowledge,
Process Knowledge,
Implementation Methodology,
Tools Usage
System
Integrator
Implementers
Project
Co-ordination,
Resolution of strategic
issues, Knowledge in
Technology,
Systems Knowledge
Enterprise
Vision & Goal, Process &
Workflow Knowledge,
Infrastructure
End Users
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ERP II – Leap towards future
ERP II is the iteration that adopts ERP to the Internetbased world of today, and tomorrow, through changes in
functionality, Technology and architecture
Functionality - Deeper and more specific to industry domain
requirement.
Technology - To Leverage the Internet for both inter-enterprise
connectivity and unification of the end users experience.
Architecture - Allow easier integration & interoperability.
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Factors driving ERP II
User Disillusionment With Traditional ERP:
Traditional ERP’s technical focus on resource optimization and transaction
processing is insufficient to support new inter enterprise-focused strategies for
improving enterprise competitiveness. ERP II is emerging to address these needs.
The Emergence of the “Net-Liberated” Enterprise:
Businesses are transforming themselves from vertically integrated organizations
into multi-enterprise recombinant entities executing core-competency-based
strategies. This will render the vast majority of today’s ERP applications not only
obsolete from an architectural standpoint, but also inadequate from a business
relevance perspective.
Collaboration and the Rise of C-Commerce:
The “glue” of virtual enterprises and the emerging model for e-business is ccommerce. C-commerce is networked, technology-enabled collaboration
motivated by commercial benefit. It requires systems that enable enterprises to
share information and collaborate in communities of interest: requirements that
will be met by ERP II.
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ERP II – Defined
ERP II is an application and deployment strategy that expands out from ERP
functions to achieve integration of an enterprise’s key domain-specific, internal
and external collaborative, operational and financial processes
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ERP II as Process Enabler
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Major ERP Products
 Oracle Applications
 JD Edwards
 People Soft
 SAP
 Baan
 MAPICS
 MFG/PRO
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Which ERP Product ?
 Functionality - Specific Environment
 Functional Spread - Mfg./ Finance / Sales/ HR
 Implementation Ease
 Ease of Customization
 Product Support & Upgrade
 Future Technology Compatibility
 Standard Open Interfaces (for integrating legacy systems)
 Similar Reference Sites
 Vendor Strength & Stability
 ROI
 Global Trend
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To summarize…
 Optimum utilization of resources
 Customer satisfaction
 Seamless integration between Functions
 Reduced overheads & inventory
 Timely responsiveness
 Market share & image enhancement
 Faster design to manufacturability
 Keep up with technology changes
 Integrated systems for a client with multiple locations
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So, the
BOTTOMLINE
is…
ERP Helps !!!
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An Introduction…
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The Architecture
Integrated, Yet Modular - An Integrated Suite
Develop
Maintain
Market
Projects
Sell
All Product,
Customer,
& Supplier
Information
Finance
HR
Service
Fulfill
Order
Plan
Source
Procure
Manufacture
• Provide seamless
integration between
products
• Eliminate need for
complex messaging and
replication
• Perform enterprise-wide
transactions
• Benefits increase as you
add modules
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The Architecture
Integrated, Yet Modular Built on Open Standards
 Program in Java or PL/SQL
 APIs and database interface tables
 Support for current and emerging standards
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)/single sign-on
OAG – Open Applications Group
RosettaNet (Development and Deployment of Electronic
Business Interfaces)
SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)
Web Services
 Open portal access
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The Architecture
Integrated, Yet Modular Built on Open Standards
Vendor X
Human
Resources
Oracle
Finance
Vendor Y
Planning
Vendor Z
Purchasing
Oracle
Marketing
Legacy Environment
Open Applications Solution Enables you to:
• Leverage investment in existing technology
• Eliminate disparate systems as needed
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The Architecture
Built on a Common Data Model - Provide Single Version of
the Truth
HR &
Finance
Project &
Contract Mgmt
Asset
Maintenance
Sales &
Marketing
Product
Development
Planning
Purchasing
Common
Data
Model
Manufacturing
Service
Order Mgmt &
Warehousing
 Single, complete
data model
 Store all
information in a
single database
 Track all
customer
interactions
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The Architecture
Built on a Common Data Model - Accessible Any Way, Anywhere
Executives
Corporate
Staff
Project
Teams
HTML
PDA
RF Device
Customer
Service
Excel
Mfg
Personnel
Java
Common
Data
Model
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The Architecture
Runs on a Single Global Instance
Data Center Consolidation
o Eliminate IT costs associated with duplicate data
centers, redundant hardware, multiple databases
o Reduce errors, simplify operations and speed
transaction time with a single copy of data
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The Architecture
Runs on a Single Global Instance
Enabled via Global Capabilities
 30+ Languages
 Multiple Currencies
 Customers in 100+ Countries
 All Languages Installable in Same Unicode Instance
 Support for Statutory and Customary Local Requirements
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The Functionality
Automate all Business Processes
Flows – Procure to Pay Example
End-to-End Business
Analyze Spend
& Develop
Requirements
Award
Contracts/POs
Auto-Create
Purchase Order
Pay Supplier
Qualify
Suppliers
Access
Electronic
Content
Send Electronic
PO to Supplier
Receive Bank
Statement
Negotiate
Contracts
Create
Requisition/
Release
Receive Goods
or Services
Auto-Reconcile
Bank Statement
Evaluate Bids
Approve
Requisition/
Release
Receive Electronic
Invoice
Record
Transaction in
General Ledger
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The Functionality
Automate all Business Processes
Finance
Financials
General Ledger
Receivables
Payables
Assets
Cash Management
Activity Based Management
Balanced Scorecord
Collections
Financial & Sales Analyzers
Treasury
Internet Expenses
iReceivables
Financials Intelligence
Property Manager
Customers Online
Human Resources
Human Resources
Payroll
Self Service HR
Training Administration
HR Intelligence
Time & Labor
Advanced Benefits
iLearning
iRecruitment
Service
iSupport
TeleService
Service Contracts
Field Service
Wireless Option
Advanced Scheduler
Mobile Field Service
Depot Repair
Lease Management
Across All Functional Areas
Sales & Marketing
Configurator
Marketing
Trade Management
iStore
Sales Online
TeleSales
Sales Contracts
Partners Online
Incentive Compensation
Quoting
Customers Online
Data Librarian
Sales Offline Edition
Projects
Project Billing
Project Costing
Internet Time
Project Contracts
Project Resource Mgmt
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The Functionality
Automate all Business Processes
Product Development
Product Development
Project Contracts
CADView-3D
Order Fulfillment
Order Management
Configurator
Advanced Pricing
Release Management
Mobile Supply Chain Apps
Warehouse Management
Transportation
Maintenance
Enterprise Asset Mgmt
Planning
Demand Planning
Advanced Supply Chain Plng
Global Order Promising
Manufacturing Scheduling
Inventory Optimization
Collaborative Planning
Supply Chain Intelligence
Procurement
Purchasing
Purchasing Intelligence
Payables
Sourcing
iProcurement
iSupplier Portal
Exchange Marketplace
Across All Functional Areas
Manufacturing
Discrete Manufacturing
Bills of Material & Engr.
Work in Process
Cost Management
Inventory
Quality
Project Manufacturing
Flow Manufacturing
Shop Floor Management
Process Manufacturing
Production Management
Process Costing & Quality
Process Inventory
New Product Development
Formula Management
Regulatory Management
Interaction Center
Advanced Inbound
Advanced Outbound
Scripting
eMail Center
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The Functionality
Automate all Business Processes
Across All Industries
Chemicals
Aerospace & Defense
Discrete
Mfg
Process
Mfg
Automotive
Life Sciences
Consumer Products
Engineering & Construction
High Technology
Financial Services
Industrial Products
Service
Professional Services
Retail
Communications
Asset
Intensive
Consumer Packaged Goods
Education
Energy
Travel & Transportation
Utilities
Public
Services
Government – Defense
Government – Civilian
Healthcare
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The Functionality
Automate all Business Processes
Tailorable, Workflow-Driven
 Extend, don’t
customize
 Configure without
programming
 Graphically depict
entire process
 Modify processes as your business needs change
 Make changes that survive all upgrades
 Automatically capture exceptions and take action
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The Functionality
Collaborate with Trading Partners
Examples of Collaboration
Your
Company
Suppliers
Sell / Order
Customers
Orders, Prices,
Promise Dates,
Billing, Payments
Sales and Order Forecast,
Supply Commits
Plan
Negotiations,
Contracts, Execution,
Payments
Finance /
Procure
Outsourced
Manufacturing
Manufacture
Drop Ship,
Carrier Mgmt
Fulfill
Spares
Replenishment
Service
Service Requests,
Warranties
Schedule,
Contracts
Projects
Schedule,
Status, Cost
Sales and Order Forecast,
Supply Commits
Bill Presentment
and Payment
Status
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The Functionality
Collaborate with Trading Partners
Your
Company
Messaging
Leverage Multiple Collaboration Methods
Customers
& Suppliers
Portal
Email
Mobile /
PDA
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The Functionality
Deliver Integrated Intelligence
Make Better, Faster Decisions
Built to Answer Critical Business Questions
 Enable management by fact, objective,
and exception
 Monitor performance and answer
questions
in real-time
For Use by All People
 Executives, managers, and all
employees;customers, suppliers, and
partners
 Access consolidated information
through
role-based portals with pre-built content
Spans All Areas of the Business
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The Functionality
Deliver Integrated Intelligence
Portal Management
Flexible
Flexible
Time Periods Comparisons
Real-Time
Results
Performance
Measures
Reports
Graphs
Links
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The Functionality
Summery
Architecturally…
• Integrated, Yet Modular
• Built on a Common Data Model
• Runs on a Single Global Instance
Functionally…
• Automate All Business Processes
• Collaborate with Trading Partners
• Deliver Integrated Intelligence
…Available in a Hosted Environment
• Outsource IT Administration
Develop
Maintain
Market
Projects
Sell
All Product,
Customer,
& Supplier
Information
Finance
HR
Service
Fulfill
Order
Plan
Source
Procure
Manufacture
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Oracle E-Business Offerings
THINK
SOLUTION ACCELERATORS
CONSULTING
• ERP Assessment and
Health-check
• Product Selection
• System Performance
Tuning
• Upgrade Assessment
IMPLEMENTATION
• Business process study
• Business process Mapping
• Gap Analysis
• Configuration
• Go-Live Support
BUILD
PROCESS
OPERATE
DOMAIN
CUSTOMIZATION
• Requirement Study
• Design & Development
• Integration
• Integrate Legacy systems
to OA
• Develop Custom APIs
UPGRADE
• Upgrade to R12 and Fusion
• Maintenance upgrade
TOOLS
SUPPORT
• Roll-out support
• Enhancements to
Customizations
• Product support
• System Administration
• System/Application
• Tuning and patching
SPECIAL OFFERINGS
• Center of Excellence
• Rollout Assessment
• Functional and Regression
Testing
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Standard Methodology
– New 11i end to end Implementations or module add-ons in existing implementations
or up gradations to new versions
– Project management
• Schedules
• Deliverables
• Quality Management
– Requirement Analysis
– Solution Function design
– Gap Fitment Analysis
– Customization Development
– Conference Room Pilots (CRP) - Iterative approach
– Comprehensive User Training
– Production Instance Setup & Deployment with proven successful Go-live strategies
– Production Readiness Assessment, Cut-over Activities, Data Migration & Go – live
– Post implementation Support & Maintenance
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AIM Process
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AIM Processes
• Business Process Architecture (BP)
• Business Requirements Definition (RD)
• Business Requirements Mapping (BR)
• Application and Technical Architecture (TA)
• Module Design and Build (MD)
• Data Conversion (CV)
• Documentation (DO)
• Business System Testing (TE)
• Performance Testing (PT)
• Adoption and Learning (AP)
• Production Migration (PM)
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Release 12
• Significantly Enhanced Functionality
• Advanced Accounting Best Practices
• Improved support for Centralized Services
• More User Friendly
• Open & Adaptable
• Enhanced Applications Management and Security
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Significantly Enhanced Functionality
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Significantly Enhanced Functionality
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Advanced Accounting Best Practices
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Improved support for Centralized Services
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Improved support for Centralized Services
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Improved support for Centralized Services
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More User Friendly
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Open & Adaptable
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Open & Adaptable
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Open and Adaptable
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Enhanced Applications Management and Security
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Enhanced Applications Management and Security
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Thank You.
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