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Investment Management in PM SAP Best Practices for Chemicals (Germany). SAP Best Practices. Purpose The purpose of to describe business processes related to Investment Management within Plant Maintenance. Scenario Overview. Purpose and Benefits:. Required SAP EHP3 for SAP ERP 6.0
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Investment Management in PM SAP Best Practices for Chemicals (Germany) SAP Best Practices
Purpose The purpose of to describe business processes related to Investment Management within Plant Maintenance. Scenario Overview Purpose and Benefits:
Required SAP EHP3 for SAP ERP 6.0 Company roles involved in process flows Plant Maintenance Specialist Scenario Overview SAP Applications Required:
Overview The Investment Management (IM) component provides functions to support the planning, investment, and financing processes for: • Capital investments, such as the acquisition of fixed assets as the result of-house production or purchase • Investments in research and development • Projects that fall primarily under overhead, such as continuing education of employees or establishing new markets • Maintenance programs The term investment, therefore, is not limited only to investments you capitalize for bookkeeping or tax purposes. An investment in this context can be any measure that initially causes costs, and that may only generate revenue or provide other benefits after a certain time period has elapsed (for example, plant maintenance).
Features • Application module IM (Investment Management) • Application module PS (Project System) • Module IM for overall planning, budgeting and controlling of Investment projects, Maintenance projects and operational maintenance activities • Module PS as planning and controlling tool for individual measures • Maintenance work orders as cost collector for handling of operational and project-related activities • Fully integrated process of Financials, Asset-Accounting, Controlling and Plant Maintenance
ConstructionProjection Procurementprocess Decision for Investment Building Assembling EAM Research & Development Operating Production Maintenance Quality assurance Asset retirement The Asset Life-Cycle
General Program structure • Shows the structure of the enterprise • Based on technical structure
Investment program Maintenance program Projects Projects Work order Work order Integration IM/PS and PM
Budget IM-Program position Aggregation assignments by Functional location Planned Values Actual Costs Work order Distribution Active availability check Budget Budgeting Maintenance
Cost planning based on: • Objects - Count / Types • Scale of planned measures • Components and services • Estimation of unplanned measures Adjustment Budget Reporting Compares Modifying Actual Costs: • Workt • Components • other costs Process Cost planning
Program: CH-MAINT BP01 Technical structure: BP01 KMA1 KMA Cost center WBS Work order PRO Plan Plan Components Internal labor Budget : OP Pr 1 BP01-PM-20 Projects Operational Maintenance Ball system 1 Ball system 2 Ball system 3 Pr 1.1 Pr 1.2 Pr 1.3 Plan Settlement to cost centger K1 K2 K3 Cost center PROD Example: Scenario Plant Maintenance
J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D 2006 2007 Program position 2006 Program position 2007 Budget 1000 Distrib. 1000 Budget year before 600 Budget new 3000 Whole 3600 distributed Year changing Project X Budget 600 + Addition 1000 Project X 600 Work order 1 closed 300 Project Y 1000 new Work order 2 closed 100 Work order 3 1000 new Fiscal year changing
Reporting • Example: Availability Program 2006 Budget Act. Obligo Avail. Roll-up Budget Actual Obligo Avail. Program position 1300 800 200 300 assigned operative Objects Work order 1 100 20 - 80 ! Work order 2 200 180 50 -30 Project X 400 150 100 150 Project Y 600 450 50 100
Program Planning(costs) Program Structuring Program Budgeting Close of Measure Measure Structuring Measure Planning Measure Budgeting Release of Measure Execution of Measure Investment Management Reports Fiscal Year Changing of Programs Scenario Overview Business Requirement: Support planning, investment, and financing processes for investment programs and maintenance programs
Process Flow Diagram Event Investment Programs Planning and Budgeting Old/new Approval Year Project & Measure Release Measures Release project definition Investment Program Structure Create / Change / Display Measures Plant Maintenance Assignment of Capital Investment Projects/Maintenance Projects to a Maintenance Order Assign WBS Element to Functional Location Accounting Plan Costs on Projects Investment Program Budget InvestmentProgram Budget Distribution
Diagram Connection Legend <Function> Hardcopy / Document External to SAP Financial Actuals Business Activity / Event Budget Planning Unit Process Manual Process Process Reference Existing Version / Data Sub-Process Reference System Pass/Fail Decision Process Decision