IS6600 - 3 Global ERP Cases: Integration and Planning for the Extended Enterprise Learning Objectives See how systems can be integrated Appreciate potential problems associated with the design, implementation and use of ERP systems Culture, People, Process
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Global ERP Cases:
Integration and Planning for the Extended Enterprise
Potentially integrated systems that
Integration & Interoperability
Imaging and Archiving
Fixed Assets Mgt
PP Production Planning
QM Quality Mgt
MSM Maintenance and Service Mgt
RF / Mobile Dispatch
IS Industry Solutions
HR Human Resources
Scalable Open Systems
IS-T / RF & NF
- R/3 Core Financials
- R/3 Core Logistics
- R/3 Core HR
- R/3 Technology
GUI & Internet Enabled
- Industry Solutions
One Face to the Customer
Primary Project Aims
Improving Competitiveness through process streamlining & integration in PVs.
Cutting costs and automating processes in SOEs.
Role of Top Management
Hands-on leadership to demonstrate commitment in PVs.
Tendency to delegate ERP responsibilities in SOEs.
Role of Consultants
Greater reliance on outside help and more emphasis on ERP-specific expertise by PVs.
Role of Steering Committee
More frequent meetings and sharper focus on problem resolution in PVs
Pace of Implementation
Faster implementation with more simultaneous modules in PVs.
Scope of Implementation
Broader and more cross-functional ERP application in PVs.
Less frequent, less serious problems in PVs, due to differences in employee reward systems & data maintenance. SOEs characterised by Acc-Fin & Pur-Mfg squabbles
Evaluation & Outcomes
PVs undertake more systematic evaluation and control,
achieving more substantial quality and SC improvements