ERP-MisfitAnalysis-v1

ERP-MisfitAnalysis-v1 - ERP Gap Analysis Ronald E....

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1 July 10, 2007 1 ERP Methodology and Project Management ERP Gap Analysis Ronald E. Giachetti, Ph.D. Associate Professor Industrial and Systems Engineering Florida International University July 10, 2007 Slide 2 Agenda s Misfit or Gap Analysis Concepts s Misfit Classification s Handling Misfits s Project Management Implications
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2 July 10, 2007 Slide 3 Context of Gap Analysis s In ERP Implementation Project you need to compare the ‘AS-IS’ with the ‘TO-BE’ s Gaps between the two models need to be resolved July 10, 2007 Slide 4 ERP
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3 July 10, 2007 Slide 5 Process analysis and design AS IS TO BE NEEDS ASSESSMENT REFINE GOALS ASSESS READINESS PROCESS ASSESSMENT INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE GAP ANALYSIS July 10, 2007 Slide 6 Modeling ‘As-Is’ s The primary model should be a process model s There are different modeling alternatives: Flow Chart EPC (best if using SAP) Activity Diagrams (UML) s The modeling effort should involve business users s Validate model with users s Document exceptions in text
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4 July 10, 2007 Slide 7 Modeling ‘To-Be’ s The To-Be model starts with the reference models from the ERP system For example, SAP provides EPC diagrams of all models July 10, 2007 Slide 8 Definitions s FIT Refers to the degree of adjustment or suitability to provide a good match for a specific objective s Misfit The gap between the functionality offered by the ERP package and that required by the adopting organization
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5 July 10, 2007 Slide 9 Misfit Classification Differences in required input content and format. Input Differences in required output content and format. Output Differences concerning processes. Different functions, processes, or tasks. Functional Difference concerning data definitions; data fields, entities, and relationships. Data
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2011 for the course ERP 2000 taught by Professor Giachetti during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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