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Overview of ERP, EAI and SOA

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ERP Overview

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History of Organizational Systems


Calculation Systems
Functional Systems
Integrated Systems


Customer Reference

ERP { Enterprise Resource Planning }
System

SriFusion, LLC

History & Evolution

Calculation Systems

~ 1950's - 1980's
Single Purpose
Eliminate tedious human work
Technology - Mainframes, magnetic tapes, batch processing
Example Systems - Payroll, General ledger, Inventory etc

1970's - Early 20th Century
Use computers to improve operations
Applications:
Human resources
order entry
MRP - manufacturing resource planning
Technologies: Mainframes, PC’s, LAN’s

Typically contained within a department
Islands of automation
Applications independently developed and deployed
Driving force: availability of Mid Range Servers and PC's

Administrative systems
Scheduling / Transaction systems
Reporting systems
Analysis and information systems
Planning and decision support systems

Portal / Front End
Websites , CRM , Web Portal

Support & Operation Business
HRM,ECM,MIS,BCM
E-Software Group &
Other Business System Support

User Management Center
LDAP / Active Directory

Process/Workflow
Business Process Management

Data & Report Center
Data Warehouse , BI

Middle ware
Enterprise Service Bus &
Application Integration

Core Business/Back End / Finance
ERP , SAP , AS/400 , Back Office

Enterprise BPM /Workflow
BPM & SOA Technology
BPM/Workflow

CRM / BPM / Workflow - Billing

Software & Application Development LifeCycle

Middleware & Integration
EAI - Enterprise Application Integration
What is driving IT Demand ???
Functional Systems
Functional Systems
Human resources System
Accounting and finance systems
Sales and marketing System
Operations management System
Manufacturing Systems

Org. Information Systems
Functional Systems - Limitations
Human Resources
Systems
Recruiting
Compensation
Assessment
Development and Training
HR Planning
General Ledger
Financial Reporting
Costing
Budgeting
Accounts Payable
Accounts receivables
Accounting & Finance
Systems
Sales and Distribution
Systems
Lead tracking
Sales forecasting
Customer management
Operations Management
Systems
Order management
Inventory management
Customer service
Manufacturing Systems
Inventory
Planning
Sharing of data between systems
Data duplication
Data inconsistency
Applications that don’t talk to one another
Limited or lack of integrated information
Isolated decisions lead to overall inefficiencies
Increased expenses
Solution ???
Integration
Consolidation
Business Process Re-Design
Enterprise wide system
SDLC - Software / System Development Life Cycle
ERP Definition

Business management software usually a suite of
integrated applications
—that a company can use to
collect
store
manage
interpret
data from
many business activities

Product planning, cost and development
Manufacturing or service delivery
Marketing and sales
Inventory management
Shipping and payment
ERP provides an
integrated view
of core business processes
often in
real-time
using
common databases
maintained by a
database management system

The applications that make up the system
share data
across the
various departments
(manufacturing, purchasing, sales, accounting, etc.) that provide the data.

ERP
facilitates
information flow between
all business functions
, and manages
connections to outside stakeholders
.

SAP - Systems Applications, and Products in Data Processing
SAP AG
- Founded in Walldorf, Germany in 1972
- World’s Largest Business Software Company
- World’s Third-largest Independent Software Provider



ƒ Company Statistics
- Over 65,500 employees in more than 130 countries
- 253,500 customers in more than 188 countries
> 80% of SAP customers are SMEs

SAP customers include:
o 86% of the Global Fortune 500
o 98% of the 100 most valued brands
o 100% of the Forbes top scoring sustainability companies
SAP (Systems, Applications, & Products in Data Processing)
SAP ERP, All-in-One, Business by Design, Business One

Oracle Applications
Oracle, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Siebel
ƒ Microsoft Business Solutions
Dynamics: Great Plains, Navision, Axapta, Soloman

IBM
Maximo EAM, Implements SAP, Oracle Applications, PeopleSoft
Accenture, Deloitte & Other Systems Integrators.
Integrated Business Solution Vendors
Who is SAP ???
What Does IBM do ???
SMAC - the Future
SOA - Service Oriented Architecture
3-Tier Architecture
SAP Business Suite
Sales Order Process
Integration - P2P vs Hub n Spoke vs ESB
Process Integration
Process Integration
Process Integration
SOA Architecture
3-Tier vs SOA
ERP is Complex - 39 sec
SriFusion, LLC
Training
Consulting
Advisory Services
Contact: Sagar.Katta@SriFusion.com
+1-860-631-7743
www.SriFusion.com
SriFusion, LLC
Training
Consulting
Advisory Services
Contact: Sagar.Katta@SriFusion.com
+1-860-631-7743
www.SriFusion.com
SOA - Before and After
SOA - Explained
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