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<p> 1. A Presentationon What is EMS Example ofenterpriseSo that you can save it Example of EMSin your own directory and modify it.. Internal Guide Anju LahotiVibhor G. Raut (MCA I) 2. What is EMS Components Example of of EMSenterprise ERP Example of EMS 3. EnterpriseManagementSystemThat which is Managementin all A system is a setundertaken; business andof interrelatedsomething organizationalcomponents,attempted to be activities is the act with a clearlyperformed; a work of getting people Definedprojected which together to boundary,involves activity;accomplish desiredworkingan undertaking; as, goals and together toa manly enterprise; objectives usingachieve aa warlike available resources common set ofenterprise. efficiently and objectives.effectively. 4. Explanation: From the above diagram it is clear that enterprise is any business activity which is carried out continuously. Enterprise can be a service industry or may be a goods distribution business or a production industry or may be a raw material distribution business activity etc., which is carried out continuously. 5. Any business activity needs managementsupport to have butter co-ordination and tointegrate the whole processes /activities of thebusiness.Management helps the business to have futureplans, goal setting for individual as well as forbusiness in near future.The whole Enterprise management systemexplain that the all activity which is included inany business which are managed to be acomplete system. 6. Diagram: CommonGoal oforganizationPeopleMachineryRaw materialENTERPRISEManaging all these activities is Enterprise management system 7. Diagram: 8. Example:OrderDeliveryCustomer request Order process Customer requestProduction interactionPack and dispatch Inventory checkingQuality management Production 9. Components Attendance monitoringof EMSAttendance mgmteDorc systemme cu er ta c Do g da ronim menge hanco cu mt t m stemct sy ts E-mElecenint ERP sy gm ste t m tion niCA AMCoca muD/m ion C m at Denic si gsystemmu n mgmtm CoSecuritySecurity 10. Attendance management system: Employees attendance register is maintained in this system.Employees attendance will be monitored everyday but analysis will be done periodically as anwhen required. 11. If Employees working on hourly bases thenhours calculation will be done in this system onthe bases of which payment or salarycalculation is done at the end of week or at theend of month on the bases of business type. 12. Document management system: All documents related to the organization or business are maintained. All employee details documents are maintained.All statutory and non statutory documents relatedto the organization are submitted to the authorizedperson or institute. 13. All top level meeting details,agenda, minuets, proxies, etcis maintained.All certificates andauthority letters arepreserved.All reports record is alsomaintained eg: financialreport, annual report etc,All financial documents which are prepared orcame from outside are maintained. 14. Communication management system:Communication withsuppliers.Communication withcustomers.Communication withGovernment.Communication with wholesaler or middleman.Communication with retailer. 15. Communication with Experts.Communication with customers by giving freesamples, taking market survey, asking to fillsuggestion form etc.Communication with top level management. 16. Security management system:Security is maintained ateach and every stage oftransaction or exchange orany other event happeningin the organization.Security is maintained bykeeping passwords to thecomputers or systems. Security is very much necessary thing as important information should not be transferred to any un authorized person how can miss use it. 17. Identity cards are given to each employee toavoid unauthorized person to come in to thecampus.Firewalls are used when there is data transferthrough internet.To keep track of the activities going in thesystem or office cameras are used for security. 18. CAD/CAM: Full form for CAD/CAM is computer aided design / computer aided management. CAE stands for computer aided engineering. Full form for CAD/CAM is computer aided design / computer aided management. CAE stands for computer aided engineering. 19. Here in this stage all designing takes place onthe bases of decision taken by topmanagement or on the bases of the planedwork process.Designing of product also takes place here. 20. Electronic data interchange: Electronic data interchange is achieve by using E-commerce . Data or information is exchanged between organization and supplier, customer, experts, government, etc. Whenever customer ask about any product all the information related to that product is given to his. 21. Whenever supplier interacts with the companyfor the products all the information aboutproduct price of the product quantity cansupply etc is given. 22. Introduction : Enterprise Resource Planning is a cross functional enterprise system.It acts as a framework to integrate &amp; automatemany of business processes that must beaccomplished within manufacturing,accounting, finance, human resource etc of thebusiness.ERP aims at creating a common database across the organization that is used by different function or department within the business organization. 23. Example:(ERP) 24. There are many ERP solutions available in themarket.Each of these solutions takes about somedistinct features, advantages &amp; highlights pluspoints.Selection of these packages can be made on manycriteria1)Vendor2) The technology used3) Architecture used4) Solution scope 25. Vendor EvaluationWhat is the business strategy &amp; capacity of thevendor.Research &amp; development activities.Philosophy &amp; policies of business. 26. The Technology UsedTwo tier or three tier client server architectureused.Used of object oriented technologies indevelopment.Use of case tools ,screen generators, Real timeaccess.Use of operating system. 27. Requirement :INTERACT Carry out in depth study of organization. Requirement is noted down.Changes &amp; modifications:Simple cosmetic change to major functionalitychange. 28. Consultant has to carefully note the impact of changes &amp; convey it to the userFreezing Expectation:If there is no changes in requirement, thenfreeze it to carry out changes in the packages.This document will be used as a guideline forERP implementation. 29. Company Pre-evaluation ERP VendorsManagement screening PackageEvaluationProject PlanningGap AnalysisRe-EngieeringConfigurationImplementatioEnd-UserTestingn team trainingTraining 30. Going Live Post RegularMaintenance implimentation Monitoring 31. Pre-Evaluation Screening Once the company has decided to go for ERP system, The search for the perfect package startHence the company should do a pre evaluationscreening to limit the number of packages.Package Evaluation Since ERP system involves huge investments, once a package is purchased it is not easy task to switch to another. Some important points to be kept in mind include: Functional fit with the companys business process. Flexibility, scalability, complexity, user friendly. 32. Project Planning Phase This phase will decide when to begin the project, how to do it &amp; when the project is supposed to be completed. What to do? How to monitor? What correction actions to take?Gap Analysis This is the process through which companies create a complete model of where they are now &amp; in which direction they want to head in the future functional gaps are to be covered in this phase. 33. Reengineering Human factor is taken into account in this phase.BPR emphasizes the human elements of necessarychanges within organization.Configuration In order to do so business processes have to be understood &amp; mapped in such a way that they arrived at solutions match up with the overall goals of the company.Implementation team trainingThis is a phase where the company trains itsemployees to implement &amp; later run the system. 34. Testing This is the phase where you try to break the system. The system is configured &amp; you must come up with extreme case scenarios.Going Live The old system is removed &amp; the new system is used for doing business.End User trainingHere the actual users of the system will be giventraining on how to use the system. 35. Post Implementation(Maintenance Mode)This phase is very critical. To reap the fulladvantages of ERP systems it should get enterprisewide acceptance. Projects for implementing the ERP system get a lot of resources &amp; attention. However an organization can only get the maximum value of these inputs if it successfully adopt &amp; effectively uses the system. 36. ConclusionFrom above presentation it is stated thatEnterprise Management system helps in each sector ofbusiness process: Enterprise is any business activity which is carried out continuously. Management helps the business to have future plans, goal setting for individual as well as for business in near future. The whole Enterprise management system explain that the all activity which is included in any business which are managed to be a complete system. 37. Components enterprise management system are:1.Attendance management system 2.Documentmanagement system 3.Communicationmanagement system 4.security managementsystem 5.CAD/CAM 6.Electronic data interchangeERP plays a very important role in EMS it standsfor(ERP)Enterprise Resource Planning.The features of ERP are quality control, materialanalysis, etcHow ERP package or software is implemented isexplain above. 38. REFERENCEShttp://chesapeake.towson.edu/datahttp://www.astrosurf.com/re/resto.htmlhttp://rkb.home.cern.ch/rkb/AN16pp/node130.htmlhttp://astrim.free.fr/image_erp.htmlhttp://www.seminarreport.com/erp_s 39. Questions? Comments?Send your comments or questions to: Vibhor Raut M.M.C.O.E., Punerautvibhor.mca@mmcoe.edu.in</p>