Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Technical Advisory Committee September 18, 2006 – 2:00 PM @ ETS. Agenda. History of Enterprise Resource Planning at Broward Business Case Needs Assessment KPMG IBM Global Services Project Charter Vision Mission Implementation Plan Change
Technical Advisory Committee
September 18, 2006 – 2:00 PM @ ETS
Primary success factors include, but are not limited to:
Scope and Approach
Classification of Revenue, Expense, and Balance Sheet
Full Financial Reporting
Strategic Enterprise Management
Business Process Simulation
Simulation and Forecasting
Vendor Management, Invoice Payment
Customer Management, Invoicing and Billing
Cost Accounting, Allocations and Distributions
Project Accounting, Project Management
Fixed Asset Accounting, Asset Management
Budgetary Accounting and Availability Controls
Position Budget Control
Personnel Budgetary Planning
Bank Accounting, Investment Management, Debt Management
Grant Accounting, Sponsor Relationship Management
Jobs, Positions and
Master Data Repository,
Events and Status
Administration Benefit Plans,
Wagetypes, Vendors Interfaces and Reporting
Personal Data Maintenance, Payroll and Time
Training and Events Management
Business Event Planning, Attendance, Resources, Integration and ESS
Time and Attendance Management
Time Recording, Schedules, Interfaces and Reporting
Online Job Application,Pre Screening, Applicant Integration to PA
Employee Appraisals, Appraisal Catalog, Qualifications, Web Application and Workflow
Wagetype Catalog, Salaries and Payments, Deductions,
Tax Reporting, Integration and Interfaces
Organization Change Management
New payroll duties that people will perform
Analysis of the District’s willingness and ability to accept change with recommendations
Complete approach to communication including strategy, campaign definition and planning
Understand training needs and identify training approaches targeted to employee populations
Change Management addresses confusion, anxiety, and concerns surrounding the implementation.
What do these new processes have to do with me?
Diagrams that depict the new way of doing payroll, based on best practice and exploiting SAP functionality
How is my job going to change?
It doesn’t really matter... I’m just going to keep doing it the way I’m doing it.
SAP? I’ll believe it when I see it.
I can’t do it?
Develop Training Strategy and Design Program
Develop Prototype (Templates/ Curriculum)
Define Training Strategy
Hours expended against
Provide On-Going Support
(by Relative Level
Business Blueprint and Realization
Go-Live and Support
Final PreparationTraining Methodology
BRITE brings one business system to Broward Schools.
Learn it and Live it !
Vision: One Business System for Broward Schools
Mission: Adopt best practices and involve end users to create one business system in SAP.
One Business System
BRITE is an investment in the future of the school system to give staff better data to make informed decisions.
BRITE is a phased three-year project with first roll out planned in 2007.
The success of BRITE will rely on ongoing feedback from end-users throughout each phase.
ERP Organization Change Management Team