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Some thing about mySAP ERP SAP AG Some thing about mySAP ERP SAP AG Slide 2 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 2 In this session you would learn some thing about What is mySAP ERP ? Evolution of ERP ? Landscape of my SAP ERP implementation ? Slide 3 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 3 SAP ERP What is ERP? Starting Point Tasks and Approach The Product Best Practices for mySAP Retail Implementation and Services Range of Use and Benefits Lifecycle Integration Demo, Prototype, Implementation Project Outlook The Next Steps Solution Architect Slide 4 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 4 mySAP ERP The e-Business Solution Enterprise Resource Planning, also referred to as ERP, is a suite of module software applications that help companies better manage their businesses. Enterprise Resource Planning systems typically impact other systems, such as: Product planning Maintaining inventories Sales and marketing Providing customer service Tracking orders Purchasing Accounts payable/receivable and other financial functions Logistics; supply chain Human resources functions Slide 5 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 5 Evolution of ERP Slide 6 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 6 Input to Best Practices for mySAP Retail Best Practices Projects Internal Consultants Partners Surveys + Market Research Customers Slide 7 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 7 Purchasing The Product: Preconfigured Systems (PCS) Basic Enterprise Structures Vendors Logistics Sales Customers Master Data "As simple as possible, as complex as needed." Slide 8 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 8 V001 / V2 Distribution Chain Store Distribution E001 Purchasing organization The Product: Preconfigured Systems (PCS) Basic Enterprise Structures Vendors V001 / V3 Distribution Chain Wholesale V001 / V1 Distribution Chain POS Sales Customers Consumers VZ01 Distribution Center M003 Filiale M003 Filiale M002 Filiale M002 Filiale M001 Store M001 Store "As simple as possible, as complex as needed." Slide 9 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 9 The Product: Preconfigured Systems (PCS) Mapping of integrated processes in a unified organizational structure Vendors Customers Vendors Additionals Replenishment Warehouse Physical Inventory Promotion Customers Articles Procurement Planning Flowthrough Allocation Sales Price Calculation Store Order Coupons Requirem. Planning Cross-Docking POS Sales Sales Order Slide 10 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 10 POS Sales Coupons Store Order Promotion Warehouse The Product: Preconfigured Systems (PCS) The integrated processes can be combined as needed to match the customers' individual operations. Vendors Articles Procurement Requirem. Planning Planning Physical Inventory Physical Inventory Slide 11 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 11 Documentation Process Steps Differences in warehouse managment List of differences Inventory status Check stock overview Stock overview If needed: post goods receipt Create physical inventory doc. Record results of counting PCS Process Steps Warehouse Physical Inventory Analyse physical inventory Clear differences Process physical inventory Prepare physical inventory Initalize re-count Record results of re-count Differences in inventory management Slide 12 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 12 Classic Implementation Landscape Productive System Productive Client Productive Client Quality Assurance System Test Client Development System Development Client Slide 13 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 13 Building a Development System with Best Practices Complete Installation of the Preconfigured System for Retail (incl. master data) Serves as demonstration and sandbox client for evaluation of functionality, training, Business Blueprint, Reference Development System Development Client Sandbox Client Prototype Client (optional) Contains just the PCS Customizing This client is roughly customized to the customers needs in order to serve as a Prototype during Business Blueprint. This allows a system based discussion of the processes and facilitates the testing of possible realization alternatives for critical issues, avoiding problems during realization proactively. The development client is created from the prototype client, the PCS Customizing transports or client 000, according to what fits best for the project. All further settings are recorded in change requests as usual. Slide 14 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 14 Further Procedure as usual Live System Produktiv- mandant Produktiv- mandant Quality Assurance Test Client Development System Development Client Prototype Client Prototype Client Transports with the delta-customizing Client Copy Productive System Productive Client Productive Client Quality Assurance System Test Client Slide 15 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 15 Life Cycle Integration Positioning and selection of business processes Scope definition Implementation of selected business processes SupportConsulting Trouble-shooting based on predefined content Access to Knowledge Base Sales all project team membersIntegrated instrument for Slide 16 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 16 Life Cycle Integration Testdrive SAP software Evaluate SAP software with Best Practices for and its Workplaces Create your Business Blueprint Monitor and speed up configuration activities with the tools provided Automatically create your own master data Easily verify system settings and run integration tests based on your Business Blueprint Slide 17 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 17 Benefits of Prototyping Business Blueprint Realization The Business Blueprint determines the process customizing during realization. Problems during Realization lead to discussions and changes to the Blueprint. A common project situation... Slide 18 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 18 Benefits of Prototyping Business Blueprint Realization Building a prototype during Blueprint helps to identify and solve critical issues. Changes to the Blueprint after the start of the Realization phase are cut to a minimum....can be avoided by Prototyping: Prototype Slide 19 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 19 Use of Best Practices by ASAP Phases Installation of the PCS First steps / Evaluation Training of the project team Blueprint workshops Prototyping Blueprint review Sandbox as reference client Improvement of the prototype Preconfigured development client Sandbox as reference client Slide 20 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 20 Evolution from AcceleratedSAP to Solution Architect Focus: Rapid R/3 implementation based on ASAP implementation methodology Tools Question & Answer database Implementation Assistant BPML/Masterlists Focus: Value-oriented approach considering the entire customer engagement lifecycle Tools and methodologies also for Discovery & Evaluation and CBI phase Content: Industry-specific business expertise from SAP Solution Maps and Best Practices including preconfiguration Focus: Efficient evaluation and implementation of Tools: R/3-based - integrating ASAP offline and R/3 implementation tools Content: Best Practices and integrated business content across components in addition to collaboration (C- Business Maps) ASAP/Global ASAP ValueSAP/ Best Practices Solution Architect Slide 21 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 21 Solution Architect includes... Implementation Discovery & Evaluation Solution Architect: SAP portal for solution-oriented evaluation and implementation Aligned with process model Integrated with Solution Manager and SAP Service Marketplace Business Content mySAP Workplace Methodology Tools Best Practices ASAP Project administration Blueprint definition Configuration using BC Sets/IMG Customizing Scout for consistency checks Test Workbench to organize and conduct tests Slide 22 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 22 Automated steps from Installation Guide CRM (new) Production Quality existing R/3 Dev. CRM (new) Production Quality Existing R/3 Dev. Technical Installation Using Installation Guides I have SAP R/3 SAP CRM Business Scenario Internet Sales Mobile Sales Telesales Customer Service Campaign Management Based on Best Practices for scenario(s) Configure Connect Generate Connect Slide 23 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 23 Copyright Slide 24 SAP PPT Title Company (Name) / 24 Copyright l No part of this presentation may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of SAP AG. 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