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Welcome to SE 464 LAB Atiq Siddiqui Office: 22 – 422 Tel: 1619 Email: atique@ccse.kfupm.edu.sa Office Hours: 11:00 AM -12:00 AM Sat-Tues or by Appointment. Welcome to SE 464 LAB ‘Grading Policy’ Total 25%of the course grade Attendance 1.25 (5)% Home work 3.75 (15)% Mid-Term 10 (40)%

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Welcome to SE 464 LAB

Atiq Siddiqui

Office: 22 – 422

Tel: 1619

Email: atique@ccse.kfupm.edu.sa

Office Hours: 11:00 AM -12:00 AM Sat-Tues or by Appointment

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Welcome to SE 464 LAB

‘Grading Policy’

Total 25%of the course grade

Attendance 1.25 (5)%

Home work 3.75 (15)% Mid-Term 10 (40)%

Final 10 (40)%

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industrial information system

Industrial Information System

LAB 01: Introduction to basic concepts

LAB 02: Introduction to SAP structure(Homework: Cases or paper summary + Discussion on WebCT)

LAB 03: SAP Basics (Navigation & key concepts  Hands On Experience)

LAB 04 & 05: Procurement + Related Exercise

Lab 06: Mid Term LAB 07: Master DATA + Related Exercise

(Homework needed for Forecasting Lab)

LAB 08 & LAB 09: Forecasting in SAP + Related Exercise

LAB 10: Plant Maintenance + Related Exercise

Lab 11: Introduction to SQL (Databases) + Related Exercise

Lab 12: Final Exam

Lab xx–Visit to Aramco SAP center or a visit by a SAP consultant

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industrial information system4

Industrial Information System

LAB 01: Introduction

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lab 01 objectives
Lab 01 objectives

Part 1: Concepts & Introduction

  • Basic Concepts & Terminologies
  • (EIS) Enterprise Information System Model
  • Key System Applications in an Enterprise
  • Major Types of Information Systems

Part 2: The Software Side

  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Introduction

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lab 01 objectives6
Lab 01 objectives

Part 1

Enterprise Information Systems

Concepts & Introduction

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What is an Enterprise or an Organization??

What makes an Enterprise??

What are enterprise functions??

What are processes??

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functions of enterprise

Engineering

Design

Production

Planning

Sales

Finance

Shop Floor

execution

Controlling

Maintenance

Functions of Enterprise

Inventory

Enterprise

Quality

Procurement

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An Example of Process

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Business processes & Information Systems

  • Def: Manner in which work is organized, coordinated, and focused to produce a valuable product or service.

-- Cross-Functional Business Processes transcend boundary between sales, marketing, manufacturing, and research and development (e.g., order fulfillment process…)

  • Ways in which management chooses to coordinate work

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Business processes have

  • Unique ways to coordinate work, information, and knowledge

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Examples of Business Processes

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typical problem faced by an enterprise
Typical problem faced by an Enterprise
  • Focus on ‘Functions’ rather than ‘Processes’
  • Applications developed over time.
  • Inconsistent, redundant Data
  • Time lag in information delivery
    • Managerial Control Difficult
    • Process Productivity Monitoring Difficult
  • Reaction to change slow

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enterprise information system
Enterprise Information System

Integrated Enterprise

Enterprise wide information system integrates various functionalities within an enterprise

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eis objectives and challenges
EIS Objectives and Challenges
  • Integration: Different systems serve variety of functions, connecting organizational levels -- difficult, costly
  • Enlarging scope of management thinking: Huge system investments, long development time must be guided by common objectives
  • Maximize customer perception of value added through the use of best business practices and real time control.
  • Increasing customer demand inelasticity and simultaneously minimizing costs.

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key system application in an enterprise
Key System Application in an Enterprise

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Major Types of Information Systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

We will look at major functions & application of important function wise systems

Sales and Marketing Systems

Manufacturing and Production Systems

Financing and Accounting Systems

Human Resource Systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Sales and Marketing Systems

Major functions of systems:

  • Sales management, market research, promotion, pricing, new products, market gap analysis

Major application systems:

  • Sales order info system, market research system, pricing system

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Sales and Marketing Systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Manufacturing and Production Systems

Major functions of systems:

  • Scheduling, purchasing, shipping, receiving, engineering, operations

Major application systems:

  • Materials resource planning systems, purchase order control systems, engineering systems, quality control systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Manufacturing and Production Systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Financing and Accounting Systems

Major functions of systems:

  • Budgeting, general ledger, billing, cost accounting

Major application systems:

  • General ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, budgeting, funds management systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Financing and Accounting Systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Human Resource Systems

Major functions of systems:

  • Personnel records, benefits, compensation, labor relations, training

Major application systems:

  • Payroll, employee records, benefit systems, career path systems, personnel training systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Human Resource Systems

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Benefits of EIS

  • Firm structure and organization: One organization
  • Management: Firm-wide knowledge-based management processes
  • Technology: Unified platform
  • Business: More efficient operations and customer-driven business processes

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Systems from a Functional Perspective

Challenges of EIS

  • Difficult to build: Require fundamental changes in the way the business operates
  • Technology: Require complex pieces of software and large investments of time, money, and expertise
  • Centralized organizational coordination and decision making: Not the best way for the firms to operate

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Lab 01 objectives

Part 2

Enterprise Resource Planning

The Software Side

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Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Definition of an ERP system

ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning systems are software systems for businesses management encompassing modules supporting functional areas such as sales and marketing, finance, production, distribution accounting, human resource management, maintenance, inventory management, project management, transportation and e-business etc

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Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Definition of an ERP system

  • ERP is a commodity -- product in the form of software
  • SAP, Oracle Applications, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Greatplains etc. are world’s leading ERP packages
  • The market leader is “SAP”

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Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Features of an ERP system

  • Architecture of ERP system facilitates transparent integration of modules providing flow of information between all function within enterprise in real time.
  • Many different software are replaced by one integrated system.
  • Reliable information access through common DBMS
  • Eliminates data and operational redundancies (no duplication of work or data entries etc.)

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Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Features of an ERP system

  • Cost reduction through time saving, improved control by organizational wise analysis of organizational decisions.
  • Delivery and cycle time reduction
  • Scalable systems
  • Global outreach through extended modules such as CRM or SCM
  • E-Business
  • Providing business solutions in support of core processes
  • Process-oriented view cutting across functions of an enterprise
  • Huge potential for customizing

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business and technical benefits
Business and Technical Benefits
  • Automation of business transactions
  • Flexibility in changing the system catering to newer business processes.
  • Coordination across business functions
  • Coordination across geographical distances resulting in better Managerial control
  • Consistent information and interface thus easier to understand and work in
  • Single system

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prime reasons for implementing erp
Prime Reasons for Implementing ERP
  • Need for common platform
  • Process improvement.
  • Data visibility that could be used to improve operating decisions.
  • Operation cost reductions.
  • Increased customer responsiveness.
  • Improved strategic decision making
  • Personal Improvement

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