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IS365IntroductionToEnterpriseSystems

IS365IntroductionToEnterpriseSystems - SystemsandSAP/R3...

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Slide 1 Introduction to Enterprise  Systems and SAP / R3 
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Slide 2 Overview n Summary of enterprise systems n Summary of the SAP enterprise system
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Slide 3 Characteristics of Enterprise  Systems n They are some of the most complex systems  in use today n They are typically n N-tier systems made up of clients, an application  layer, and a data layer n Many are now employing a service-oriented  architecture n SAAS, SOA, Web services
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Slide 4 Core ERP Functions – From  the SAP point of view n Business Intelligence (BI) n Financial accounting (FI) n Human Resources (HR) n Materials Management (MM) n Plant Maintenance (PM) n Production Planning (PP)
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Slide 5 Core ERP Functions – From  the SAP point of view n Project Systems (PS) n Quality Management (QM) n Sales and Distribution (SD)
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Slide 6 Add-on ERP Functions n Supply chain management (SCM) n Supplier relationship management (SRM) n Customer relationship management (CRM) n Product lifecycle management (PLM)
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