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Marketing Oracle ERP

History
Founded in August 1977 by Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, Ed Oates and Bruce Scott Initially called Systems Development Lab or SDL 1978 SDL was renamed Relational Software Inc( RSI) to market their new database RDBMS created in 1977 available with the launch of Oracle version 2 in 1979 Name changed to Oracle Systems Corporation in 1982 Released Oracle version 3 in 1983 and version 4 in 1984 as a result of huge demand Released 8 more versions from 1985 to 2007 Released tuning tools along with the versions to fine tune performance

Introduction
Oracle ERP software is designed on Oracle App framework Oracle Financials is the best of all its packages Human resource management package is slowly gaining popularity Company hires expert consultants to inform buyers about the product Efficient and helpful customer support Annual revenue of $10.9 bn (USD) Oracle nearly doubled the size of its application business through the acquisition of PeopleSoft (and JD Edwards which was acquired by PeopleSoft) Offers its database, tools, and application products, along with related consulting, education, and support services in more than 145 countries around the world

Oracle ERP- Pros and Cons

Pros Availability of many modules HRMS, finance, production, supply chain, customer relationship Can choose any number and any combination of modules Easy to use Oracle UIs Integration of web-enabled features in ERP applications Security of database

Cons Expensive modules

Modules from different vendors result in decreased efficiency Unattractive UIs Connection with other databases is not possible

Can adopt changes in legal standards fast


Exceptional reports Gives a higher RoI

Oracle 9i RAC

JD Edwards Enterprise One

PeopleSoft

Oracle ERP Products

JD Edwards World

Oracle EBusiness Suite

RETAIL SECTOR

Retail ERP
ERP is implemented heavily in large retail chains These packages help in facilitating the optimization and administration of the internal business processes ERP packages are now a differentiating strategies for most enterprises they act as competitive tools large retail chains An ERP software function through information sharing among different They comprise of function-specific components and can interact with accounts section, order entry, distribution, POS, etc.

Challenges in Retail Sector


2 major challenges are
Survival in the Long run Profitability

Other challenges include: Market competition: understanding the market demand can help improve profitability Margins in this sector are low, inefficiencies/ wastages can lead to losses. Enterprise wide monitoring can help improve the profitability in the long run Regulatory pressures exist in the system, thus visibility need to be present at every level (in terms of reliable information, accessible data, etc.) Continuous monitoring is required in the retail sector In order to address the above problems, and to bring about visibility, efficiency and proper communication within the enterprise, ERP packages can be implemented

Enterprise Application problems in retail


Integration of the various business functions there needs to be synchronization among different business activities that are involved in a retail business. Programmed software are implemented by large retail chains to address this problem The retail chains that have implemented software packages needed some degree of customization to fully integrate their business processes Other major problems include:
High maintenance costs (costly legacy information systems) Outdated architecture Limited scope (legacy systems fall short of the requirements of retail sector) Integration and scalability problems Increased business risk owing to the old and new system (which can cause failure)

Advantages of ERP in retail


Primary
Retail specific components Segment specific expandability option Support for store system

Secondary
Scalability & Configuration Phased implementation support Support for advanced functionality Workflow automation Technology and application integration

Success of an ERP package in retail depends on the IT skills, workforces experience, the training they have undergone to make effective and efficient utilization of information system Training forms the crux of retail ERP, cutting down on training costs may yield disastrous outputs, thus budget should be allocated to meet the training needs in ERP retail implementation

SWOT Retail ERP


Strengths Integrates all the systems, processes Provides the enterprise view of how the work is flowing Streamlines business processes Increases visibility Competitive pricing Opportunities Booming organized retail sector Competition has been growing, ERP can be a differentiator Improves efficiency in the system and helps in improving margins and profitability Weaknesses Training forms the crux of the system Security concerns exist, incase the team is not efficient Cost & time involved Legacy systems

Threats Complexity of the system, ERP success cannot be predicted during implementation Profitability becomes a concern if training costs exceed the revenues Customization is costly affair, thus retail chains prefer to rely on legacy systems

Major components of ERP Retail

SCOPE
Sales and operation planning Buffer resource strategy Material and Capacity requirements Distribution Logistics

Modules in Oracle Retail ERP


Sales and distribution Materials management Quality management Warehouse management Customer relations management Financial accounting Human resources

Sales and Operations Planning Process


Aggregate demand plan Financial plan Supply plan

Detailed demand plan

Inventory backlog

Master supply scheduling

Marketing

Detailed materials planning

Sales

Supplier scheduling

Execution

Execution

Materials management: Demand planning and Supply planning Issues in inventory management

How to cope with demand variability? Relationship between service and inventory levels

Impact of lead time and its variability on inventory levels


What is an effective inventory policy? How to use supply contracts? Approaches to forecasting

Demand planning and Supply planning


Oracles ERP package is capable of per-item stock monitoring. Oracles demand estimation is made by the module called "Demantra". Basically, this module uses the Bayesian approach. The Bayesian estimation approach is based on combining the historic sales data with planned sales data. Estimation can be made even when no historic data is available. This is done by using the previously planned sales data and the data obtained during sales

Distribution
Warehousing Fixed location storage Random location storage Zone management storage Three strategies for picking inventory Out and Back Picking Route collection picking system Zone picking system Lot tracking Transportation Distribution Requirements planning Material handling Order administration

Cross docking

Cross docking
Cross docking can cut 35 to 45 cents off a vendors total cost of 60 to 70 cents per case to deliver products to a supermarket chain
To outbound trucks
Inbound trucks

To outbound trucks

To outbound trucks

Steps in Cross Docking


Merchandise cartons that need to be cross docked are pre-packaged by the vendor for a specific store

Merchandise arrives; Merchandise is received and checked

UPC (Universal Product Code) labels on the carton indicate the store to which it is to be sent; the vendor may also affix price tags on each item in the carton

Since the merchandise is ready for sale, it is placed on the conveyor system

The conveyor system routes it from the unloading dock at which it was received to the loading dock for the truck going to the specific store

Quality management
Statistical process control charts PDCA cycle Quality Planning Quality Control Evaluating performance, Comparing performance with goals Taking action on the difference Quality Improvement

ACT

PLAN

CHECK DO

Suppliers relationship management

Highly integrated Efficient Help Desk Up-to-date database management Billing and Invoice Purchasing and discounts Planning and scheduling shipping Maintaining relationships Order placing and tracking Information system

Financial accounting
Financial accounting Controlling Asset management

Human resource management

Personnel Admin Time management Incentive wages Payroll Benefits Planning Recruitment Travel expenses Information system

Challenges
Choice of solution
Scalability Vendor management Functionality Reliable service and support

Implementation process
Knowledge of application Experience in implementation Reliable support

Internal Change Management


People Process Technology

Commitment of the Organization

Challenges in the Implementation Process


Which processes are most important now and why? Does this system meet our needs or go beyond them? Who will be the change champion(s)? Who are the stakeholders? What is the business culture at our company and what are its strengths? What subcultures do we have and what are their strengths? How can we apply those strengths to business change? What cultural attributes are weak or will interfere with the change? What will be the toughest changes, and how will we address them? Who will be responsible for change management?

Benefits of implementing Oracle ERP for Retail


End-to-End Supply Chain Management Centralized Buying Solves critical business problems New IT infrastructure Implements best retail industry practices Makes exception reporting information readily available Perpetual inventory, data integrity, supply chain visibility Continuous improvement of productivity Yields higher customer satisfaction over time

E-business opportunities in Retail sector

Reduce facility costs Reduce inventory costs Dynamic pricing

Supply chain visibility

Product strength factors The products market share

Market experience/Knowledge

The products stage of development or Quality Control maturity Range of products of a particular type Product adaptability to a customer demand Production costs Relationship management Skills Product development skill Company image Level of additional service and personnel Additional product features Production capacity

Market attractiveness factors

Market size Market growth/maturity


Competitive structure & entry/exit barriers Macro-economic factors

Socio-cultural considerations Political-legal considerations


Other company specified factors

Customer attractiveness factors Contribution to profit/margins Contribution to company technology development Long term prospects of relationship Relationship specific investments

Closeness of customer relationship


Potential effect of this relationship on development of others

Financial stability/reliability of customer/payment history


Other company specified factors

Technology strength factors Category of technologies-basic, distinctive, external, internal Company standing in this technology Technology life-cycle position Products supported Customers supported Strategic technology areas of which it is a consultant Other user specified factors

Product positioning
MARKET ATTRACTIVENESS

ORACLE

PRODUCT STRENGTH

Customer positioning
MARKET ATTRACTIVENESS

ORACLE

CUSTOMER ATTRACTIVENESS

Technology positioning matrix


TECHNOLOGY STRENGTH ORACLE

CUSTOMER ATTRACTIVENESS

Oracle ERP in Retail

CASE AAFES

Case: AAFES, retail management system


AAFES retail management system made use of Oracle retail suite to manage its RMS Reasons for choosing Oracle Retail Suite
The processes that were outdated were updated by Oracle retail suite Oracle had advanced retail analytics There were improvements in supply chain Process issue resolution Oracle retail suite reacted well to the shifts in retail

Features of retail management system: Oracle Retail Suite


This retail system managed suppliers and items by locations It made use of centralized system to monitor the inventory levels and meet the daily demand This enterprise solution was successful in integrating key members in supply chain the suppliers, the buyers, and retail locations

Why AAFES needed to optimize its Integrated Supply Chain?

How did Oracles RMS help AAFES bring about new organizational changes?
It addressed the business process changes
New Business Process could
Change the way targets were met, and business was accomplished on daily basis Accomplish new replenishment methods Achieve new item management setup Adopt a new Point of Sales (PoS) Strike new deals

It was all about having the right product, at the right place, at the right time!

Helped structure the team Helped incorporate systems changes Helped centralize buying

1. New System Changes that were brought in


Warehouse replenishment was achieved in all the main stores where it was activated Auto RMS helped in stores replenishment where the stores were activated using POG (Plan-O-Grams)
POG determined the stock assortment, i.e., when the stores activated their replenishment

The pilot phase began in 2009, in 2 of their stores The main aim of AAFES was to grow their business, for this they wanted their new systems, new processes and new teams have everyone working together in the same direction!

Business

2. Team Structure

Buyer

Allocator

Planner

Business

Replenisher

Pricing

Forecaster

3. New system changes


The old systems were phased out, and those which were not phased out were fed from the RMS Store ordering of old system was decommissioned Key business changes:
Suppliers could notify buyers or sellers of new items and their costs No contracts for old system procedures All items were replenished in RMS Stores automatically generate Vendor Order number (VON) Line items were received at stores for all retail merchandise Line item details sent systematically to Walker systems Visibility of Store inventory increased after implementing RMS

New Process: Item data management


Merchandise Support Team (MST) Global Data Synchronization (GDS) New Item Induction form Item Approval Process GDS Item Induction Electronic Item Data Entry Experts Merchandise Support Team

The new item setup process is more detailed, thus it was time consuming but the time spent on proper item setup yielded greater benefit to AAFES in the lifecycle of the item

4. Centralized Buying
Centralized buying brought about dynamic changes the way AAFES replenished. Some of the methods used for replenishing are:
Just in Time (JIT) Replenishment Proactive Assortment Planning Offshore replenishment Mass Allocations Thus Lower inventory investments helped reduce costs

Reducing inventory storage and handling costs, improves customer fill rates and AAFES supplies goods that customers actually want Centralized buying could impact
Buyers: to determine the item or store relationships, regarding the funds and space, departmental margins Planners, Allocators and replenishers: plan and procure Pricing groups: help develop strategies, in clearances, competition, and margins Stores: to perform top line sales, expense-control, manage perpetual inventory

AAFES Benefits after implementing Oracle Retail Suite:


Provided End-to-End Supply Chain Management Could incorporate Centralized Buying Could solve critical business problems Helped build a new IT infrastructure for AAFES It implements best retail industry practices Exception reporting information is made available readily Bring about: Data Inventory, Perpetual inventory, and Supply Chain visibility Could incorporate continuous improvements in productivity This resulted in better customer satisfaction over time It brought about Supply Chain Optimization helped adjusting inventory levels, forecasting improved and replenishments were managed by exception Helped in pricing competitively centralized pricing increased visibility

Impact on Retail Operations


Increase in sales revenue was reported by AAFES post implementation Visibility improved Inventory reduced predominantly Markdown reductions were possible Better in-stock position on fast moving items Centralized pricing improved the reaction time to competitors prices

Oracle Marketers
Banking ERP

Need of ERP for Banks


The entire market has started to globalize

Multi Geographical presence


Need to develop a sustainable business model

For developing competencies


Reduce cost and improve performance by

business consolidation

Major ERP functions in Banking


Cash management
Banknotes and coins Currency issuing Movements and vaults Sorting and withdrawal Provisioning

Teller Operations
Counters Interbank Transfers Numbered expressions Withdrawals and payments Foreign currencies

Major ERP functions in Banking


Position Management
Compensation Automatic Teller Machines Journals and Containment Accounting Translations

Technical architecture
Security User Friendliness

Open source software


Professional Services Knowledge Transfer Source code Quality Assurance

Oracles Core Competencies


Worlds top 20 banks use Oracle

We provide cost efficiency and help them in creating


value for customer We provide broadest solution for the banks to optimize their performance We provide customized solutions

We provide advanced technology and integrated


functionalities

Oracles Key Functionalities in Banking Sector


We offer a package of sales, marketing and core baking

functions
Other common features are integration with the existing systems Risk performance management solutions are also offered by us

We offer worlds best financial solution for FSI


Design service oriented architecture for specific banking models

Oracles Marketing Strategy


We focus mainly on direct marketing to obtain

maximum ROI
We develop products with less lead time and our strategy is push marketing We constantly advertise our new products for mass awareness

Before any project we do resource analysis and then


push the product

Oracles Marketing Strategy


Every client is treated on an individual and treated

accordingly with separate marketing teams


Marketing teams also calculate the entire budget We have a in house marketing team

Oracle Challenges

Business Growth and Cross Sell to Consumers

Pricing as per Market Opportunity

Compliance

Oracles Possible Solutions to Challenges


Increasing Growth
Empower employees with customer data and insight Develop end to end business process Train employees for better customer satisfaction

Design services to support high value customers

Develop Advanced Technologies


One single customer base for multiple channels Customize technologies as per the customers requirements

Oracles Possible Solutions to Challenges

Solutions Offered

Customer data Management

Channel Management

Risk Management

Delivery Mechanism

ORACLE TAKE ON CHALLENGES

Tailoring according to bank specific needs

Streamlined business processes

IT structures less complex


User Friendliness Flexible and allow quick adjustments in business processes of supporting operations Easy integration of new functions and processes without harming underlying technology or previous investments

Personalized data, tools, and solution accessible anywhere at any time

Oracle exclusive key functionality


Multi-channel sales, service, marketing, and transaction solution
pre integrated with core banking

Open-standards core banking solution


enabling new products, relationship pricing, and consolidation of existing systems

Complete end-to-end risk and performance management solution


extending into business operations and anti-money laundering

Only service-oriented architecture with a banking-specific data model and process library

Why do all world's top 20 banks run Oracle


Banks around the world rely on Oracle
To help streamline business processes Meet increasing regulatory compliance demands Improve cost efficiency while providing greater value to customers

Combined strengths of Oracle Financial Services, Oracle E-Business Suite, Siebel, and PeopleSoft
Provides the broadest functionality for banks to effectively grow business and optimize performance

Oracle Banking Products


Oracle FLEXCUBE
complete banking product suite for retail, consumer, corporate, investment and asset management, and investor servicing

Oracle Daybreak

reduce risk and increase productivity throughout the consumer-lending cycle

Oracle Financial Services


Oracle Financial Services Behavior Detection Platform

delivers a suite of analytical applications for multijurisdictional Basel II compliance and risk management

comprehensive solution for anti-money laundering, detecting risk, and enhancing customer relationships.

Oracle Financial Services Consulting

offers a unique blend of business consulting, application management, and technology consulting services across business areas to global financial institutions.

ORACLE FLEXICUBE
Comprehensive solution to support retail, corporate, and

investment banking
Offers world-class functionality coupled with regional flavors of banking to stay ahead of competition Success in supporting new business models such as Islamic banking, direct banking, and microfinance Supports regulatory requirements for Basel II and Anti-Money Laundering provisions through a highly secure data management system
can easily integrate with third-party solutions at your bank

ORACLE Mantas
Anti Money Laundering solution provides automated, comprehensive,

and consistent surveillance of all accounts and customers


Enables financial institutions, banks, brokerage firms, and insurance companies etc to monitor customer transactions on a daily basis
Using historical data it provides a holistic view of all transactions

Enables financial institutions to comply with federal and international regulatory mandates by providing an enhanced level of internal controls and governance Uses sophisticated pattern recognition techniques to identify suspicious behaviour

Oracle Mantas (AML)benefits for banks


Eliminates need for multiple point solutions from multiple software vendors Identify potential money laundering activities and achieve quicker time-to-compliance

Improve reputation with regulators, resulting in less


frequent and shorter audits Save time, reduce staff costs and efficiently manage risk

by isolating unusual behaviors

Possible Solution : ACE


ACE Accounting Center for Excellence

Cost center that facilitates accounting and


financial activities in an organization

Streamlines different functions mainly


accounting Helps in maintaining Global reporting standards Global accounting policies are established

Why choose Oracle to implement ACE?


Oracle R12 best facilitates the ACE

Single responsibility can be associated with


multiple Operating Units

This will enable users to work across several


OUs Enables data segregation as per OUs to enhance the security

Why choose Oracle to implement ACE?


SLA

Customer and Supplier A/C

Ledger Sets

Oracle R12

Legal Entities

Defining Access Sets

GETTING INTO THE BANKING SEGMENTS

TRANSFORMING YOUR BANK


Packaged approach (SOA) Quick implementation Ensures integration for both customers and banks Customer-focused approach Address ever-expanding requirements Design sophisticated products faster than competitors to capture market opportunity Provide wide range of pre-built, feature-rich functional modules, Enable to design, configure, test, and roll out product changes deploy new features and functions faster than required for traditional custom solutions CRM To deliver comprehensive products and services to their customers

RETAIL BANKING : KEY FUNCTIONALITY

Capability to create new products rapidly Easy integration with legacy back-office systems Support for multiple delivery channels Improved customer service with higher cross-sell rates Real-time processing and centralized maintenance Reduced operating costs Efficient business intelligence, decision support, and reporting facility

RETAIL BANKING : Benefits


Oracle tailored products
handling higher volumes intense competition increased customer expectations reduced marginsby equipping them with solutions to extend their customer reach, improve profitability, and increase levels of service

Regulatory Requirement
Anti Money Laundering (AML) BASEL II SOX

Service-oriented architecture (SOA)


reduce technology and operational costs co-exist with existing legacy systems

KEY OFFERINGS FOR RETAIL BANKING


BUSINESS DRIVERS Improve Customer Service PRODUCTS Siebel CRM : Branch Sales and Service Branch Teller Contact Center Services Customer Order Management Oracle FLEXCUBE: Core Banking Lending and Leasing Direct Banking Microfinance Oracle Financial Messaging Solutions Oracle Financial Services: Retail Credit Risk Basel II Anti Money Laundering Know Your Customer Economic Capital Advanced Oracle Industry Reference Model for Banking

Stay Ahead of the Competition and Reduce Operating Costs

Address Regulatory Requirements

Transform Processes and Standardize and Leverage Industry Best Practices

PRIVATE BANKING : KEY FUNCTIONALITY


Serve as trustworthy advisers to high net-worth customers
Create consolidated, unified portfolios with innovative and
differentiated services

Transform the customer into an active member


Involvement portfolio management team

Collaborate with customers


to develop holistic, personalized investment strategies based on sophisticated asset management and risk assessment

Profile individual customers and recommend financial plans

PRIVATE BANKING : Benefits


Service their high net-worth customers through superior CRM Dynamic asset allocation Comprehensive, easy-to-access portfolio analyse Offer expert and customized investment advice to all their customers Self-directed and adviser-driven wealth management solutions to their customers Help private bankers and wealth managers develop integrated, comprehensive investment strategies Automated administrative facilities, the solutions give customers direct access to their portfolios, while allowing for sophisticated asset management and allocation

KEY OFFERINGS FOR RETAIL BANKING


BUSINESS DRIVERS Improve Regulatory Compliance PRODUCTS Oracle Financial Services: Retail Credit Risk Market Risk Asset Liability Management Know Your Customer Anti Money Laundering Oracle FLEXCUBE: Private Banking

Deliver Superior Customer Service

Increase Your Share of High Net-Worth and Mass Affluent Markets Achieve Efficient Trade Management
Transform Processes and Standardize and Leverage Industry Best Practices

Oracle FLEXCUBE: Private Banking Oracle FLEXCUBE: Private Banking


Oracle Industry Reference Model for Banking

CORPORATE BANKING: KEY FUNCTIONALITY


A scalable, flexible and secure transaction processing platform for your corporate banking operations A multi-currency, multi-branch system An online, real-time system, enabled for straight-through processing

and online tracking of exposures


Credit-risk analytics for effective risk measurement and control across the enterprise

CORPORATE BANKING: BENEFITS


Local payments and collections
manage local currency funds transfer
SWIFT-certified solutions enabling corporate-to-bank connectivity

Effective risk measurement and control


organizations manage balance-sheet risk Control across the enterprise Achieve greater insight into your risk exposure

Redesign processes quickly and efficiently Optimize, measure, and audit enterprise-wide processes Bring about greater transparency in processes, policies, and workflow

KEY OFFERINGS FOR CORPORATE BANKING


BUSINESS DRIVERS Improve Regulatory Compliance PRODUCTS Oracle Financial Services: Retail Credit Risk Market Risk Basel II Economic Capital Advanced Oracle CRM On Demand Oracle Self-Service Oracle Self-Service E-Billing Oracle Revenue Management and Billing for Banking Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Oracle Lease Management Oracle Financial Messaging Solutions Oracle Industry Reference Model for Banking

Provide Better Customer Service

Reduce Operational Costs

Transform Processes and Standardize and Leverage Industry Best Practices

MANUFACTURING SECTOR

E-Business Suite(EBS 12)


Powered by Manufacturing Execution System (MES)
designed to give you better control and lower operating costs allowing you to simplify compliance processes increase performance for lean, global operations develop and execute enterprise-wide plans improve product innovation new features were added to deepen the functionality in process industries like
food and beverage, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and biotech, metals and natural resources

Oracle ERP in process manufacturing


Streamline Compliance, Increase Competitiveness

Improve Product Innovation and Differentiation

EBS 12

Better Manage Global Operations

Execute Holistic Planning and Logistic Strategies

Streamline Compliance, Increase Competitiveness

Increased competition and changing markets


continuous pressure to efficiently deliver high quality products, maintain margins

Oracle Manufacturing Execution System(MES) for Process Manufacturing


no need for third-party MES system requiring expensive integration deliver high quality products improve efficiency maintain margins meet regulatory compliance critical manufacturing deviations tracking

Better Manage Global Operations


Need of integrated, global view of customers, suppliers and operations to make accurate, timely decisions EBS 12 uses unified data model
gives both process and discrete manufacturing companies an enterprise-wide view enables decision-makers to quickly respond to changes in production, supply and customer demand

Oracle Enterprise Asset Management


maximize efficiency and availability of assets By integrating
production and maintenance planning purchasing project management functionality

Execute Holistic Planning and Logistic Strategies


Challenges - supply chain complexities including self life limitations, product customizations and regulatory surveillance Solutions offered are new, industry-specific enhancements to oracle advanced supply chain planning
Sequence-dependent setups Shelf life and support for complex process routing

Will help in optimizing production and logistics

Execute Holistic Planning and Logistic Strategies


New distribution planning capabilities (oracle advanced supply chain planning) includes:
Support for fair share allocation Multiple inventory policies Circular sourcing Ship method selection Global forecasting with local allocation of supply

Will help in maximizing shop floor efficiency and throughput while minimizing cost

Improve Product Innovation and Differentiation


The least cost formulation module helps in optimizing material usage and cost This module recognizes
The best ingredients based on the attributes of the materials The constraints defined by the customers Also provide optimization of cost and other technical quality parameter

Process manufacturers are quipped:


Speed product innovation with oracle product lifecycle management Idea management Item introduction to workflow Lifecycle management

Oracles Manufacturing Execution system (MES) for Discrete manufacturing Challenges: Increase in demand for made-to-order, customized products MES is integrated with oracles ERP and manufacturing applications which helps them to adapt to unpredictable changes in demands Two main advantages:
Increased functionality Improved shop efficiency through improved visibility

This is deployed directly on the shop floor without complex and costly integration Offered with low-to-medium complexity environments increasing shop floor visibility Has ability to reduce manual activities and lowers total cost of ownership Also allows shop floor personnel to efficiently and effectively execute, record and monitor activities

Oracle ERP in discrete manufacturing


Enhanced Shop Floor Visibility and Control

EBS 12

Reduced Tactical, manual Processes

Reduced Tactical manual Processes


It has new workbench with a simplified, easy-to-use interface for shop floor operations
Delivers critical information needs to complete daily tasks Streamlines transactions to significantly reduce tactical and manual activities on the shop floor

activities can be performed with direct access to relevant information


Minimizes system interaction time and improves productivity and efficiency

This allows to go paperless, while clock in/clock out feature captures actual time

Enhanced Shop Floor Visibility and Control


enable users to maintain greater control over manufacturing activities proactively resolve issues that prevent work progress allows supervisors to easily assign alternative resources allows anticipating capacity resource shortages for proactive staffing changes supervisor dashboard for real-time views of the activities on the shop floor

Case Study

Maruti Case study


14653 Core Auto Car company Manufacturers 1 million car per year Receives 18000 consignments in a day 75 -80 percent Components Out sourced Manufactures wide range of Cars

Business Challenges
increased global competition that is eroding margins Low price customized products removing any inefficienciesfrom the shop floor to the extended supply chain Managing global and local suppliers Managing distribution network Increased number of resource and time constraints Managing Product life cycle

Oracle solution
Maruti has built its IT infrastructure on Oracle database and technologies including
Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Server Weblogic

Oracle E-Business Suite and added Hyperion Enterprise to further Modules:


Dealer Management system Spare Parts Tracker Intelligent Shop Floor

Benefits
Runs with 0.9 days Inventory Direct Interface with Customer touch points Availability of customer information across the dealer network Standardization helped in Tight Process control Automated workflow Decrease in no of vendors Single Database and visibility across the organization

Hindustan Copper Limited Case Study


Indian public-sector company engaged in the mining, smelting, refining and manufacturing of various copper products such as continuous cast copper rod, copper cathodes and copper wire bars Indias largest state-owned producer of copper network of seven sales offices located at Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Indore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore

Business Situation
Low level of computerization

data was scattered across multiple locations

Processes and accounting policies were not standardized across the company

Extensive paperwork with ad-hoc systems delayed decision making and decreased business efficiency

Oracle Solution
Oracle Apps E-Business suite R12 TCS as its partner develop a unique integrated mining solution within the Oracle applications framework for the company Modules: Financials, Costing/SLA, Purchasing, Order Management and Advanced Pricing, Inventory Management and HR Management Customizations for Indian statutory and public sector requirements

Benefits
Replacement of disparate systems with an advanced enterprise resource planning system, which helped in integration of flows, improved operational efficiency, better visibility and faster decision making Robust and highly reliable data infrastructure with Oracle Database Increased boardroom to shop floor visibility and reduction in processing time Standardized business processes across different units and streamlined business workflow

Benefits (Contd..)
Lowered implementation and operational cost Simplified employee management through the establishment of an integrated HR system Integrated financial information enabling efficient decision making Synchronized financial closing across all units Change management in public sector environment to align existing processes of Oracle applications Integrated procurement and inventory management system, enabling staff to track stock levels in real time and optimize resource usage

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