F09_class_28_Supply_Chain

F09_class_28_Supply_Chain - Supply Chain Management Chapter...

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Supply Chain Management Chapter Ex 13 Introduction to IT Management
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Class Business Reminder about extra credit events No-Pressure Programming – Wed, 11/4 Bob Johansen presentation – Thurs, 11/5 Today Finish ChExt 12 – “Cross Functional Processes” Cover ChExt 13 – Interorganizational Processes and Supply Chain Management” Monday: Exam 2 Review – bring questions Wednesday: Exam2 MC/Essay: 120/130 (20 MC Qs)
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ERP Systems Cross Value Chain
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1. Integrate primary value chain activities with human resources and accounting 2. Cross-functional, process view of entire organization 3. Represent ultimate in cross-functional systems Track customers, process orders, manage inventory, pay employees, and provide general ledger, payable, receivables, and other accounting functions 4. VERY challenging to implement Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)
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Implementing ERP Support business processes, human resources, account support processes Enterprise-wide Cross-departmental process systems Based on documented, tested business models Include a process blueprint Comprehensive set of inherent processes for all business activities Organizations must adapt to blueprint Expensive – Licenses + 3 to 5x BIG licensing fees for customization and training
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Example of SAP R/3 Ordering Process
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Figure CE12-9 ERP Implementation
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Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Systems “Poor man’s ERP” Solves problems of isolated systems Provides layers of software that connect applications together Enables existing applications to communicate Provides integrated information Leverages existing systems Enables gradual move to ERP No centralized database Files of metadata describing where data is kept (translator)
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EAI Architecture EAI Interface = Middleware
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Consumer applications Enterprise management
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