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Transcript: The Kitchen Made By Pablo Picasso Time: NOV. 1948 Place: Picasso's house Nationality: Spanish Painter Draughtsman Sculptor Cubist Picasso's name and work are synonymous with 20th-century art. His whole life~ Hercules with His Club 1890 The Blue Period 1901- 1904 examining the creative principles of contemporary progressive art The Picasso Style 1937-1943 Las Meninas (after Velazquez) 1957 Couple in Cafe 1903 The Making of a Genius 1890-1898 The Kitchen 1948 strikingly gave central attention to nudes The terms are prompted by the dominant colors, and their use arouses certain expectations in us. Musketeer and Cupid 1969 Mother and Child 1905 Open political commitment, or indeed direct accusation, would have put him in personal jeopardy. Seated Woman in a Garden 1938 The earliest surviving drawing The Art of Youth 1898-1901 21 NOV. 1971 to 18 AUG. 1972: 172 drawings emphasis indicate changes in the artist's major interests Against a sad, grey, non-spatial background we see a variety of utensils and furniture. getting his bearings Portrait of Jacqueline Roque with Arms Crossed 1954 Returned to Barcelona and embarked on his independent career in art JAN. 1970 to MAR. 1972: 156 etchings expressed personal experience in his creative work Skull, Sea Urchins and Lamp on a Table 1946 16 MAR. to 5 OTC 1968: 347 etchings The Art of Youth 1898-1901 Analytical Cubism 1907- 1912 Synthetic Cubism 1912-1915 The Camera and the Classicist 1916-1924 The Case of "Las Meninas" 1957 25 SEP. 1970 to 1 JUN. 1972: 201 paintings The Rose Period 1904-1906 Politics and Art 1943-1953 The Presence of the Past 1954- 1963 JAN. 1969 to JAN. 1970: no fewer than 167 paintings Symbolism: using everyday household objects to suggest the difficulty of life under the occupation. 15 DEC. 1969 to 12 JAN. 1971: 194 drawings Self-Portrait 1899 The Old Savage 1963-1973 Abandon his academic training


Transcript: References: Microsoft Dynamics AX - Connects the entire supply chain - Accessibility of financial data and reports - Automate functions - Minimize costs and complexity - Visibility - Meet needs Microsoft Dynamics SL -Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 25 countries, 23 different languages Alternative to outdates ERP solutions More control of business Adaptable to almost every industry Businesses: VS. vs. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Conclusion - User friendly - International functionality - Full flexibility - Cloud connectivity Designed to help organizations do business across locations and countries by standardizing processes and helping to simplify compliance Benefits to Users Recent Advancements Microsoft Dynamics NAV Questions? Designed to help organizations streamline specialized and industry-specific business processes. ERP Market Share in 2009 Industries: 1. Financial Services 2. Professional Services 3.Manufacturing 4.Public Sector Advantages - Not web friendly - Security issues - Lack of features Microsoft Dynamics GP Core Capabilities What is Microsoft Dynamics ERP? Can help project-driven organizations obtain reports and business analysis and automate projects across company divisions and locations Can help companies adapt to new opportunities and growth by managing changing markets, enabling unique business requirements, and connecting business processes across the organization -Financial management -Supply Chain management -Business intelligence -Performance management -Collaboration -Project management -Human resource management -IT management -Software-plus-services Disadvantages


Transcript: WHAT IS ERP? The Company Process ERP software (or enterprise resource planning software) is an integrated system used by businesses to combine, organize and maintain the data necessary for operations. ERP systems merge each of the company’s key operations, including the manufacturing, distribution, financial, human resources and customer relations departments, into one software system. For many companies, the ERP software is the heart of their operations and the backbone of the organization. Which consists of ERP? ERP Components Clients commonly realize the following benefits from ERP: - Increased operational effectiveness&productivity . -Timely and targeted information feedback system for Decision support . -Efficient inventory mangement . -Improved planning . - Improved customer service . -All units has the Same data base. -All system has one Update. -only one support &supplier. -Fast work process. -High customers satisfaction. -Smooth running and integrated machine (examples of which would be: 1-Centralised operations. 2-Multilanguage and currency. 3-Lower inventory and production costs. 4-Improved planning. 5-tighter integration of production whith sales and Distribution. 6-Tax advantages through improved asset mangement. 7-Removel of legency systems . 8-Time saved in data entry and reporting. 9-Increased performance and results measurement. 10-creates discpline and standards across the business. 11-ERP shares common data and practises across the entire organization and produces and accesses information in areal-time environment . Brief History of ERP The focus of manufacturing systems in the 1960's was on Inventory control. Most of the software packages then (usually customized) were designed to handle inventory based on traditional inventory concepts. In the 1970's the focus shifted to MRP (Material Requirement Planning) systems that translated the Master Schedule built for the end items into time-phased net requirements for the sub-assemblies, components and raw materials planning and procurement. In the 1980's the concept of MRP-II (Manufacturing Resources Planning) evolved which was an extension of MRP to shop floor and Distribution management activities. In the early 1990's, MRP-II was further extended to cover areas like Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Projects Management etc i.e. the complete gamut of activities within any business enterprise. Hence, the term ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) was coined. ERP Vendors Questions Why Do Companies Need ERP Systems? Example Maximizing ERP Value Select ERP package Problem Needs 1 7 ERP Inventory : Receive material Send for quality control Rejected material Monitor rejected stock Return rejected material to supplier Send accepted stocks to stores Conversion of unit of measurement Issue to cost centers Monitor consumption at each cost center Monitor critical stocks Monitor stocks for quantity and valuation Monitor stocks for reorder level Prepare requisition Enterprise resource planning DELIVERY 8" 2" 12 3 software packages MANGEMENT automated 9 5 MANUFACTRE ERP Future & Evaluation Next meeting GENERAL LEADGER Purchase : Receive requisition Monitor requisition as per stock Check availability with supplier Place orders Maintenance and automatic updation of suppliers and database Receive material Implementation imperatives Benefits History CRM SALES 8 We talk about? 10 R.M WAREHOUSE PURCHASE Process VENDOR Client Clear WAREHOUSE GOODS 2 4 6 integrated 11

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