MIS Enterprise Integration- ERP and Application Integration Strategie

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Kent State University - EMBA K33 - September 2011 - Group 1 Enterprise Integration: ERP and Application Integration Strategies for Multinational Corporate Operations Soumitra Basu Tony Carozza Erick Carter Management of Information Systems Class

Enterprise Integration, ERP & Application Integration:

Enterprise Integration, ERP & Application Integration Enterprise Integration - is a technical field of Enterprise Architecture ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) integrates technology to support standard enterprise needs in such areas as finance, human resources, and logistics . An example of ERP Applications - combining different departments such as finance, human resources and warehouse into a single database which allows all the them to share information. There are multiple companies such as SAP, Infor and Oracle that offer ERP applications to enterprises. AI (Application Integration ) to have independent application systems work together. Inf o r

ERP Application Integration:

ERP Application Integration FRM Finance Resource Management MRP Manufacturing Resource Planning SCM Supply Chain Management CRM Customer Relationship Management HRM Human Resource Management ERP System SRM Supplier Relationship Management ERP System

Multinational Companies (MNC):

Multinational Companies (MNC) A corporation that has its management headquarters in one country, known as the home country , and operates in several other countries, known as host countries . Examples: Toyota, Texas Instruments and Pepsi Franchising Strategy ERP Deployment

Integration Challenges:

Integration Challenges Language and culture Corporate politics Transparency Government regulations Taxes & Tariffs Customs Management style Time zone Workforce skills

Group 1’s ERP Strategies:

Group 1’s ERP Strategies Standardize processes Integration of systems and departments Adaptive Conformity Accommodate cultural diversity Financial conformity Security

Managing large-scale global enterprise resource planning systems:

Managing large-scale global enterprise resource planning systems Texas Instruments (TI) story TI focused on : standardizing processes and information systems integrating manufacturing, procurement and logistics to support market trends providing visibility to suppliers and customers via the web.

TI’s Strategies of ERP Integration:

TI’s Strategies of ERP Integration Process Planning and Systems Design System evaluation and justification System configuration System implementation Post -implementation audit

ERP for Texas Instruments is a success!:

ERP for Texas Instruments is a success! TI faced numerous challenges , such as , national and cultural differences , reconciliation of business processes and unanticipated midcourse changes TI went through its implementation phase that lasted over 3 years and observed improvements at multipel levels . For example , 90% of their worldwide transactions had a response time of 3s hugely surpassing their expectation The transition to open systems allowed TI the flexibility to respond to changing needs, capture new market opportunities, and realize the global processes and worldwide integrated systems vision TI remains a successful story in global implementation of ERP

Group 1’s Conclusions:

Group 1’s Conclusions ERP is a great system for MNCs Benefits o utweighed the challenges Maintenance planning is key Open systems Implementation is the key to success

References :

References Fiorano , The Mission of Application Integration , September 2011 http :// www.fiorano.com/products/products_application_integration_mission.php Wikipedia, Enterprise R esource P lanning, September 2011 http ://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Enterprise_resource_planning WIKIFAB, The ABCs of ERP, September 2011 http://wikifab.dimf.etsii.upm.es/wikifab/index.php/The_ABCs_of_ERP William O'Brien , Enterprise Integration , December 1, 2002 http://www.sei.cmu.edu/library/abstracts/news-at-sei/architect4q02.cfm Pabedinskaitė , A. (2010). Factors of a successful implantation of ERP systems. Economics and management, 15. 691-697. Sheu , C., Yen, H., & Krumwiede , D. (2003). The effect of national differences on multinational ERP implantation: an exploratory study. TQM & business excellence, 14(6), 641-657.

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