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  1. Industrial Information System LAB 02: Introduction to SAP Systems Engineering Department

  2. Lab 02 objectives Part 1: Last Lab’s Core Concepts Review Part 2: SAP Overview • Introduction • SAP Internet Resource • System Benefits • SAP Structure • SAP Modules • SAP Basis System Systems Engineering Department

  3. Part 1:Last Lab’s Core Concepts Review Systems Engineering Department

  4. An Enterprise Enterprise Functions e.g., accounting, sales etc. Processes Cross Functional Process Systems Engineering Department

  5. Typical problem faced by an Enterprise • Focus on Functions rather than Processes • Inconsistencies, Redundancies in Data • Reaction to change Slow (slow information outreach) • Managerial Monitoring & Control Difficult Systems Engineering Department

  6. Enterprise resource planning or ERP • ERP a software system that has objectives such as • Enterprise wide integration ( of info., processes, functions etc.) • Process view rather than functional view (Process Improvement) • Reliable and real time access to information through common DB • Eliminates data and operational redundancies • Cost reduction & Delivery and cycle time reduction • Scalability & others Systems Engineering Department

  7. Part 2: SAP Overview Systems Engineering Department

  8. SAP Introduction What is SAP? SAP is the leading Enterprise Information and Management Package worldwide. Use of this package makes it possible to track and manage, in real-time, sales, production, finance accounting and human resources in an enterprise. SAP is ERP market leader Systems Engineering Department

  9. SAP Internet Resources • SAP home • SAP at MIT (Tutorial) • KANIA School of Management (Tutorial) • (Resource) • (Resource) Systems Engineering Department

  10. SAP R/3 Modular and Integrated SAP Basis - Core SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  11. Purchasing Materials Management Sales Purchasing Sales Goods Receipt Warehouse Shipping Supplier Customer Invoice Verification Billing Accounting Financial Accounting An Example: Modular & Integration - Procurement Cycle Systems Engineering Department

  12. SAP R/3 Benefits Integration • Integrated Processes • Operational. financial, and managerial principles are satisfied simultaneously • Common Database • Application Integration • One point of data entry • Consistency across all user applications • Technical Integration • On-line interactive edit and update • Elimination of redundant data • Data Integrity Systems Engineering Department

  13. SAP R/3 Benefits Designed for all Types of Businesses • Provides a complete business solution across all business functions. • System addresses critical business processes and provides an enterprise-wide solution: • One system supports global business and accounting practices. • Standardized business processes across the organization, yet tailoring by individual business units is allowed. • Supports multiple business structuresper business process to accommodate differences between business units Systems Engineering Department

  14. SAP Benefits Designed for all Types of Business Systems Engineering Department

  15. SAP Benefits Worldwide Usage • Comprehensive multi-currency translation • Multiple language support • Customized reporting and document generation for individual countries • Multi-company support • Local support in most major industrialized countries • Country specific functionality Systems Engineering Department

  16. SAP Benefits Real-Time Processing • Transactions within system update the underlying databases immediately Systems Engineering Department

  17. Systems from a Functional Perspective Open System • R/3 allows the interplay and portability of applications, data and user interfaces • Based on international standards for interfaces, services and data formats • Architecture is aligned with recognized open systems standards Systems Engineering Department

  18. Systems from a Functional Perspective Open System Systems Engineering Department

  19. Systems from a Functional Perspective Flexibility • Customers can customize business modules to realize best business practices • System provides necessary interfaces to incorporate external software. • Scalability, accommodates acquisitions and growth • System can be configured the way you want to do business in the future • Allows customized screens processing and reports • System runs on multiple hardware platforms Systems Engineering Department

  20. SAP Structure Application Modules • System consists of application modules that support all of a company's business transactions and are integrated in real time • A change in one application module results in an automatic update of the data in the other application modules • All applications have the same "look and feel" Systems Engineering Department

  21. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  22. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  23. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  24. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  25. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  26. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  27. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  28. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  29. SAP Modules Systems Engineering Department

  30. SAP Basis System Systems Engineering Department

  31. SAP Basis System Systems Engineering Department

  32. SAP R/3 Scope ERP vs SAP R/3 ERP YourEnterprise Suppliers &Partners Customers YourEnterprise Suppliers &Partners Customers Increased productivity Higher customer & supplier responsiveness mySAP Scope Service oriented vs client\server arch. Systems Engineering Department

  33. 3-tier Client/ServerArchitecture EnterpriseServices Architecture UI UI UI Role- specificUI Presentation Logic Process Bus. Functionality Bus. Functionality DB Database DB • Expose business functionality thru a given UI • Low level APIs exist, but hard to use • Role-based UIs built on Enterprise Services • Process automation within and across organizational boundaries built on Enterprise Services Systems Engineering Department

  34. Systems Engineering Department

  35. NEXT LAB Systems Engineering Department

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