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Strategic Use of Enterprise Architecture (EA) with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems For Federal Government Success . Yeliz ESERYEL, MBA., MSc., PMP., CPIM. firstname.lastname@example.org. Why Am I Here?. As a Project Manager To talk about Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
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Yeliz ESERYEL, MBA., MSc., PMP., CPIM.
Systems implementations for federal government.
Assumption about the audience:
TECHNOLOGYChallenges Related to ERP Implementations
Understanding organizational needs
Run the business while implementing ERP at the same time (resource)
Project management within ERP context
Obtaining sustained leadership support
Skills- Outsourcing? Developing internal skills? Hiring new people?
…but no ERP implementation experience
What would you do?
Which questions would you ask?
Includes strategic, human, technology components among others
Helps you justify and decide on IT initiatives.
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
Includes the functionality that you want it to include (modular nature)
It is an IT initiative.
(In fact it is a business initiative)EA and ERP Key Differences
Source: Bernard, S. A. (2005). An introduction to Enterprise Architecture
(2nd ed.). Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.
Yeliz ESERYEL, MBA. MSc., PMP., CPIM
Eseryel, U. Y., & Wolf, N. (2005). Enterprise architecture as a context for ERP implementation. Journal of Enterprise Architecture, 1(2), 7-24.
S.U. ERP Class Website: http://istclass.syr.edu/~ist600erp
Europe Go Live 11/14/2005
Canada Go Live 11/24/2003
U.S. Go Live 2/02/2004
PLM: Product Lifecycle Management
SD/CS: Sales, Distribution & Customer Service
FI/CO: Financials and Controlling
BW: Business Warehouse
PM: Plant Maintenance
SEM/EC-CS: Strategic Enterprise Management
CRM: Customer Relationship Management
Product Development: Common Platforms across the world, efficient processes
Customer Care: Increase accuracy and efficiency.
Operations: Incr. Efficiency, better inventory and data management
Finance: Rapid integration of acquisitions, multiple currency
Human Resources: Improve development of critical skills.
Information Services: Lower costs- manage 1 system instead of 60 legacy systems.Summary of Benefits