Qu est ce qu un ERP? A quoi sert-il? #erp, #pgi,


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1.1 D finition d’un ERP

L’ERP vient de l�anglais Enterprise Ressource Planning .

On utilise parfois dans le monde francophone la d nomination PGI (Progiciel de gestion int gr ) mais la terminologie anglo-saxonne prime.

Un ERP r pond aux caract ristiques suivantes :

  • Il mane d�un concepteur unique
  • En cas d�impact d�un module, l�information est mise jour en temps r el dans l�ensemble des autres modules associ s
  • C�est un syst me qui garantie la piste d�audit. il est facile de retrouver et d�analyser l�origine de chaque information
  • Il peut couvrir l�ensemble du Syst me d�Information de l�entreprise (sauf si l�entreprise ne choisit dans un premier temps d�impl menter que certains modules de l’ERP)
  • Il garantie l�unicit des informations qu�il contient puisqu�il n�a qu�une seule base de donn es au sens logique.

La nouvelle loi de Sylvia Pinel permet de louer � ses enfants. C’est un des int�r�ts de ce dispositif fiscal par rapport au Duflot, avec une r�duction d’imp�t plus importante si on s’engage sur une dur�e plus longue.

Quel p rim tre de gestion couvre un ERP ?

La vocation d�un ERP est d’homog n iser le Syst me d’Information de l’entreprise avec un outil unique qui est capable de couvrir un large p rim tre de gestion, c’est- -dire :

  • La gestion des achats
  • La gestion des ventes
  • La gestion comptable. comptabilit client, fournisseur, immobilisations, personnel
  • Le contr le de gestion
  • La gestion de production (planification. )
  • La gestion des stocks (logistique)

Un ERP est sub-divis en modules qui r pondent chacun un des domaines de gestion list s ci-dessus. On dit aussi que l�ERP est constitu de modules fonctionnels, chacun couvrant un p rim tre de gestion de l�entreprise. Concr tement, par exemple, la saisie d’une vente g n re automatiquement une criture comptable en partie double dans le journal des ventes avec calcul automatique de la TVA collect e. Le grand livre et le compte de r sultat sont automatiquement impact s.

Les diff rents environnements de travail d�un ERP

Un ERP contient g n ralement trois environnements de travail :

  • Un environnement de d veloppement qui permet d�adapter le progiciel standard des besoins sp cifiques de l�entreprise.
  • Un environnement de test dit encore environnement de recette qui permet de r aliser des simulations. Ces simulations permettent de tester de nouveaux param trages et de v rifier le fonctionnement correct du progiciel par rapport un processus de gestion donn (une vente, un achat, une sortie de stock, �)
  • Un environnement de production qui correspond au progiciel utilis par les gestionnaires de l�entreprise au quotidien.

Le travail en environnement de test est pr alable au passage l�environnement de production.
La phase de tests est souvent appel e recette informatique ou encore recette .


17/10/2017

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SAP Solutions #sap #mdm #pdf


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SAP Solutions

NTT DATA offers you an end-to-end portfolio of SAP solutions that covers the entire solution life-cycle. We cover traditional SAP Applications like ERP, CRM, SCM, SRM, MDM and many more, as well as Analytics (BI/BW and Business Objects) and of course the new technologies like SAP HANA, Mobility and Cloud.

We also offer a wide range of vertical solutions, including SAP Business All-in-One solutions to our clients around the globe in almost all industries:

Agriculture Forestry, Manufacturing, Automotive, Chemicals Parma, Metals Mining, Commodity Risk Management, Oil, Gas Utilities, Consumer Products, Professional Services, Engineering Construction, Public Sector, Financial Services Insurance, Retail, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Transportation Logistics, High Tech, Higher Education Research, Wholesale Distribution, Media Publishing, Telecommunications

Furthermore we provide end-to end SAP services on a global basis: Expertise and hands-on experience, proven methodologies, tools and accelerators combined with deep industry knowledge. All this adds up to services and solutions that help you get more from your SAP investment by increasing productivity, reducing total cost of ownership, and improving service execution and reliability.

Implementation

NTT DATA provides the knowhow of implementing projects both on local levels, considering any local requirement, as well as on a global level in running complex global SAP implementation projects. We provide the flexibility and responsiveness you need from a local partner with global solutions and delivery, worldwide access to the best SAP experts, and cost competitiveness you expect from a SAP global partner.

Application Management Services and Center of Excellence

NTT DATA gets you where you want to go. With truly comprehensive SAP services, we can help you adopt SAP and then evolve and apply the technology in pace with your goals. Therefore we provide more than 50 Center of Excellence operational in Application Development and Application Management space. We use unique process based approach for aligning business and IT, and we leverage multiple tools and frameworks for productivity improvement.

Hosting and Outsourcing (optional with HANA)

NTT DATA runs data centers around the globe, from the Americas via EMEA through APAC. Depending on your customer s needs, we offer either the classical SAP environment as well as new technologies, running SAP systems on HANA.

Upgrades and Optimization

Whatever kind of service you need when upgrading your existing SAP systems to newest software versions, or optimizing your system landscape in adding more functionality, NTT DATA is ready to serve you with service you need.

License (Re)Selling

We are a strong partner of SAP and can serve you SAP licenses, either directly delivered by SAP or as a certified global reseller.

SAP ERP

NTT DATA understands that the entire SAP product spectrum is wide; there is still a high demand from customer side to implement and optimize SAP Enterprise Resource Planning software. Here, we support you on a global scale with the right expertise and subject matter experts in any of the ERP modules.

SAP Line of Business (LoBs)

In addition to SAP ERP, NTT DATA offers also any of the Line of Business system implementations like SAP CRM, SCM, SRM, PLM, MDM and more.

Business Intelligence and Analytics

Whatever you need in SAP Analytics space, NTT DATA can offer it to you. Independent of your need – the classical Business Intelligence Warehouse (SAP BI/BW), or the self-governing SAP Business Objects, we can deliver it to you.

Mobile Solutions

Nowadays, more and more companies are using mobile devices to support their daily business. It started in the past more in warehouse environments (barcode scanning etc.), and has impacted other business areas such as sales, services or business analytics. NTT DATA can deliver to you any mobile solution you need.

Industry Packages

NTT DATA provides for small and medium sized enterprises well-prepared industry packages in any industry existing. These SAP Business All-in-One solutions incorporate all business management core functions such as financial accounting, sales, procurement, inventory, costing and order management, and supplement industry-specific components. Our solutions come with Tried and Tested Project Methodology and comprehensive pre-configurations and documentation. On the other hand, NTT DATA provides for large enterprises individual configured systems with the right SAP industry expertise.

Read NTT DATA s profile in Gartner s Report

Gartner Report: Magic Quadrant for SAP Application Services, EMEA
Published: 31 January 2017 by Gartner analyst (Gilbert van der Heiden, Neil Barton, Fabio Di Capua)

HfS Blueprint Report – SuccessFactors Services 2016

NTT DATA is selected as a member of the Winner s Circle in the 2016 SuccessFactors Services by HfS Research.

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05/10/2017

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CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Tutorials #sap,abap,tips,tutorials,adobe #forms, #adobe #interactive #forms


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SAP CRM (Customer Relationship Management)

  • Web Services and Document Templates in CRM
    • Creating Web Services in CRM (More details )
    • Creating Document Templates using Web Services in CRM (More details)
    • Transporting Web Services in CRM (More details )
    • Transporting Document Templates in CRM (More details )
  • Creation of WEB UI Component and navigation with standard component (More details )
  • Advanced Search Component for OneOrder Objects in SAP CRM 7.0 Part 1 (More details )
  • Advanced Search Component for OneOrder Objects in SAP CRM 7.0 Part 2 ( More details )
  • Adding custom fields using Application Enhancement Tool (AET) (More details )
  • Adding new text types in SAP CRM (More details )
  • Print duplicate service ticket form in CRM (More details )
  • Innovative Method to Print Service Ticket Directly in CRM (More details )
  • Creating a Dropdown in SAP CRM WebUI (More details )
  • Creating OCA(On Click Action) in SAP CRM WebUI (More details )
  • Creating a button in CRM WEB UI (More details )
  • Creating a custom field and display it in table view (More details ) NEW
  • How to Show User and System Name on top of Web UI Page (More details ) NEW
  • Creating an OVP (Overview Page) with Assignment Blocks, displaying table data based on input given (More details ) NEW
  • Steps for Adding Widgets on WEB UI Home Page (More details ) NEW

Few more tutorials related to CRM:

  • Migrating Customer data along with relationships (CRM) using LSMW (More details )
  • Configuration of CRM 7.0 Server with PI 7.0 (More details )
  • Action Profiles in SAP-CRM (More details )
  • Creation and configuration of Business Partners (More details )
  • Adding Web URL (like google.com, yahoo.com) in CRM UI (More details )
  • Configurations for opening an external URL (like SAP.COM) from IC WebClient. (More details)
  • Difference between EEWB and BDT (More details)

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29/09/2017

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Effective SAP Project Managers – SAP Program Managers Deliver Results #erp


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SAP Project Success

In all the years I’ve been involved with SAP I’ve often puzzled about what makes a really good project rather than some of the freak shows they call SAP projects. After involvement in over 20 SAP projects I’ve seen a few of them go really well, a few that were more like horror shows, but most were mediocre. I’ve often asked myself “Why?” What makes the difference between a good project and one that is nothing short of a mess?

One key item that stands out is project management. Even with the most talented and dedicated resources bad project management can ruin an otherwise great SAP project.

I don’t blame client project managers because if they had all of the resources they would not need outside help and guidance.

Before I get into this, let me define what I consider a “good” project. A good project is one where there is a lot to do, but the stress level is not intense. The timeline may be tight but it is achievable (maybe a little bit of a stretch). The project is delivered on time, on budget, within scope and the result is high quality (a fairly smooth transition without a chaotic go-live).

Methodology Considerations for a Good SAP Project or SAP Program

The list below is from a synthesis of materials from SAP’s ASAP methodology, the PMI (Project Management Institute), and my personal experience over the years. Much of this is contained in the SAP ASAP methodology in one form or another so you really have to wonder what any consultant is following if they claim to use it and these items are lacking. In fact the latest ASAP Methodology version 7.1 includes a project start-up checklist to ensure key components are addressed.

Unlike several years ago when contract project managers had to rely on experience alone the SAP ASAP Methodology is well-proven and mature today.

There are several key characteristics of a well managed SAP project which includes:

Early SAP Project or Program Management Activities (Before the Overall SAP Project is Fully Underway)

  • Success criteria defined and communicated for the project.
  • One of the first things that is defined for the project are the key roles, responsibilities, and tasks that will be performed by each participant group in the project.
  • A clear, definitive project plan with WBS elements, networks, and activities planned for every major work-stream throughout the entire timeline.
  • A clear list of deliverables, milestones, templates, and instructions on their usage are provided for the entire project.
  • Deliverables are clearly tied to project value rather than useless administrative exercises (value added activities) (see SAP System Vendor Project Success Criteria Factors 1 scroll down to Sections 8 and 9 ).
  • Scope, time, issues, risk, cost, communication, and integration management plans, together with additional key components are defined.
  • Various standards for the project are defined and documented, including but not limited to business process, development, configuration, enhancement, transport management, testing, etc.

If you are using outside contract project management resources and these items are not substantially in place by the time you start your project you will likely have your timeline and budget destroyed. Along with the blown schedule and budget your project will also be a pressure cooker filled with stress, anxiety, and frustration. These are also characteristics you find when an SAP project manager or SAP program manager is not qualified. The chaos, tension, stress, and confusion caused by their inability to coordinate the many moving parts of the project are a direct result of their lack of experience and ability.

I don’t blame client project managers because if they had all of the resources they would not need outside help and guidance.

The project should be delivered on time, on budget, within scope and with high quality

Conclusion on Effective SAP Project or Program Management Practices

You are headed for a project disaster when a contract SAP project manager or SAP program manager fails to ensure the following items are in place early in the project:

  • responsibilities by group and role are defined,
  • deliverables are well laid out,
  • templates are properly prepared,
  • forward looking expectations are set,
  • coordination occurs between all project groups,
  • etc.

I’ve only ever been on a few projects when the SAP project manager or SAP program manager failed to produce a properly detailed project plan. Every one of those projects had one thing in common, they were absolutely horrendously stressful, difficult, and took more time and cost more than necessary. Along with the failure to produce a proper project plan the lack of proper deliverables, proper roles and responsibilities, and all of the other things a good project plan would help you define were also missing. If this happens to you FIRE those contractors, you are being bled dry and are headed for a budget and timeline disaster.

For much more detail on what happens when you have bad contract SAP project managers or SAP program managers see the post Some Reasons SAP Projects are Over Budget and Over Time .

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26/08/2017

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