ERP SYSTEM. ERP SYSTEM. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SY

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ERP SYSTEMAbstractAn enterprise resource planning system is defined as a set of modules of software which allowthe organizations to share the data within the organization with the help of the database and thetools of management. The main motive is to provide access to data of the organization in order todevelop streamlined processes of the work. Further, the report will help in understanding theproposed enterprise architecture for the implementation of effective ERP system for theAUSPOST and TOLL. The TOGAF framework will be shown in the implementation of ERPsystem. Then the integration of ERP system will be given. Also, the integration of customers andsuppliers along with the integration of a system of customer relationship management andsupplier relationship management will be shown in the report. Then the business analysis withthe help of SWOT analysis and requirement analysis will help in getting the clear understandingof the proposed enterprise integration.1
ERP SYSTEMContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Proposed Enterprise Architecture....................................................................................................3Preliminary phase......................................................................................................................4Phase A........................................................................................................................................4Phase B........................................................................................................................................4Phase D........................................................................................................................................6Phase E........................................................................................................................................6Phase F........................................................................................................................................7Phase G........................................................................................................................................7Requirements Management......................................................................................................8ERP Systems, SCM, and CRM......................................................................................................11ERP System Integration..........................................................................................................11Suppliers and Customers Integration....................................................................................14Business Analysis..........................................................................................................................16SWOT Analysis........................................................................................................................16Requirement Analysis..............................................................................................................19Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................24REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................262
ERP SYSTEMIntroductionEnterprise resource planning is a procedure through which an organization can integrate andmanage the important aspects of its business. The information system of the enterprise resourceplanning management incorporates various areas like planning, human resource, inventory,marketing, etc. (Basaez et al., 2014).The two companies i.e. AUSPOST and TOLL want tointegrate the ERP after the merger. Both the companies are having an implementation of ERPindividually, and now they want to develop a common ERP after their merger in order toincrease the business value. It has been observed that AUSPOST is SAP-centered and TOLL isoracle-centered. Both the companies have similar systems of operating, databases, technology ofcustomer management, business intelligence, products of security, etc. Therefore, 50 percent ofthe systems and products of IT are similar between both the companies. AUSPOST gets thesupport from IBM and TOLL gets the support from the Accenture. The companies use the ERPversion which is highly customized. The companies don't require the project of duplicationeradication. Further, the report will show the proposed architecture of enterprise with theimportant artifacts, integration of ERP system and the analysis of the business with the help ofSWOT and requirement analysis.Proposed Enterprise ArchitectureTo develop the effective enterprise resource planning, the TOGAF framework is used in order topropose the architecture of the enterprise. The TOGAF framework is divided into five phaseswhich include the major and important artifacts. Further, the phases of TOGAF framework areexplained (Chou et al., 2014):3
ERP SYSTEMPreliminary phaseIn this particular phase, the companies after the merger will design the scope of the architectureof the enterprise in order to determine that how much information they will gather and furtherhow they will be maintained. The TOGAF framework allows the companies to use the approachof top-down. The companies can themselves decide that whether they want to use the approachof bottom-up in order to handle the management of application portfolio. This phase basicallyincludes the scope.Phase AThe phase A of the TOGAF framework is Architecture Vision. In this phase, the work will beshifted from the organization of sponsors to the organization of architecture. The main aspects ofthis phase are the mission, strategy, vision and goals of the enterprise. The enterprise will getmore detail about the stakeholders. This phase will also help in identifying the constraints whichcan impact the companies in a negative way. The companies will be able to find the value chainlike which mode they would use in order to deliver goods and services after the merger. Thephase of architecture vision will help in finding a solution to the concept like who will adopt thestrategies and on whom the strategies will be imposed. This provides an orientation of high- levelto the solution. This will help in developing effective integration and implementation of theenterprise resource planning.Phase BThis phase is the Business Architecture. This phase will help in describing the base line for thearchitecture of the business. This phase includes the processes of business, structure of theorganization, function of the business and the services of the business. This phase will also help4
ERP SYSTEMin describing the diagrams, catalogs, etc. of an enterprise like Actor Catalog who are involved inthe systems of IT like users. The catalog will include the location and the unit of theorganization. The Role Catalog will provide the lists of the levels of authorization in anorganization itself. The Function Catalog can also be used in order to find the capabilities of thecompany to know the governance level which is being applied. It includes the services of thebusiness, services of the information system, etc. The Location Catalog will help in providing thelists of the various locations where the operations of the enterprise are being carried out in datacenters. The Product Catalog will help in providing the process hierarchy, outputs, etc. This willbe the organization in reporting, filtering and identifying the impact. It further includesprocesses, products, and events. The Matrix of business Interaction will help in identifying therelation between the functions of the business and the organization. The Diagram of Footprintwill help in describing the connection between the goals of the business, units, services,functions, etc. The Diagram of Product Lifecycle will help in understanding the importantentities of the organization.Phase CThis phase is the Data Architecture. This phase includes the Catalog of Data Component whichwill give the information related to the data entity, a component of logical data and physical data.The Matrix of Business Function will help in finding the relation between the entities of data andthe functions of the business within the organization. The Application Matrix will help indemonstrating the relation between the components of the application and the entities of data thatare being accessed by the organization. This will help in finding the level of duplication of data.The Diagram of Conceptual Data will help in identifying the relation between the entities ofcritical data within the organization. This method contains the simplified diagrams of UML5
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