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ERP RELATED TECHNOLOGIESERP RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
Prof.R.K.NADESH
SJT 310 / A26
Forerunners of ERP Systems
• MIS
• DSS
• EIS ( Executive Information System)
Business Process Reengineering(BPR)Business Process Reengineering(BPR)
• Dr.Michael Hammer
‘the fundamental rethinking and...
BPR (Seven Principles)
MIS (Management Information System)MIS (Management Information System)
• A computer based system that optimizes the collec...
DSS(Decision Support System)
• DSS close Information Gap & allow managers to
improve quality of decisions
• H/W &S/W – Inn...
Executive Information System(EIS)
• Senior Level Executives
• How decision effect an entire organization
• Access to Outsi...
Data Warehousing
• Operational Data – DB - Lot of Problems
• Amount of Data increases – Affect the
system performances
• A...
Data Mining
• DM is the process of identifying valid,novel,potentially
useful and ultimately comprehensive knowledge from
...
Data Mining – Contd…
ONON--LINE ANALYTICAL PROCESSING(OLAP)LINE ANALYTICAL PROCESSING(OLAP)
Fast Analysis of Shared MultiFast Analysis of Share...
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
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Erp related technologies
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  1. 1. ERP RELATED TECHNOLOGIESERP RELATED TECHNOLOGIES Prof.R.K.NADESH SJT 310 / A26
  2. 2. Forerunners of ERP Systems • MIS • DSS • EIS ( Executive Information System)
  3. 3. Business Process Reengineering(BPR)Business Process Reengineering(BPR) • Dr.Michael Hammer ‘the fundamental rethinking and radical redesign of business processes to achieve dramatic improvements in critical, contemporary measures of performance such as cost,quality,service and speed”.
  4. 4. BPR (Seven Principles)
  5. 5. MIS (Management Information System)MIS (Management Information System) • A computer based system that optimizes the collection, collation, transfer and presentation of information throughout an organization, through an integrated structure of database and information flow. • MIS is flexible and can be adapted to the changing needs of the organization.
  6. 6. DSS(Decision Support System) • DSS close Information Gap & allow managers to improve quality of decisions • H/W &S/W – Innovations,Planning & Forecasting Models;4GL,AI • DSS – Best Alternatives & Automatically Ranking • Addresses semi-structured and unstructured problems • Simulation Capabilities & Analytical Tool for Decision Makers @ Top Level.
  7. 7. Executive Information System(EIS) • Senior Level Executives • How decision effect an entire organization • Access to Outside Information (Comptetitors,Governmental Regulations, Trade Groups etc..) -> Vision & Mission -> Strategic Planning & Objectives -> Organizational Structure -> Crisis Management / Contingency Planning
  8. 8. Data Warehousing • Operational Data – DB - Lot of Problems • Amount of Data increases – Affect the system performances • Archive operational data • Operational data – Non-Operational Data
  9. 9. Data Mining • DM is the process of identifying valid,novel,potentially useful and ultimately comprehensive knowledge from database that is use to make crucial business decisions. • DM is sorting through data to identify patterns and establish relationships. Data mining is a class of database applications that look for hidden patterns in a group of data that can be used to predict future behavior. For example ; data mining software can help retail companies find customers with common interest.
  10. 10. Data Mining – Contd…
  11. 11. ONON--LINE ANALYTICAL PROCESSING(OLAP)LINE ANALYTICAL PROCESSING(OLAP) Fast Analysis of Shared MultiFast Analysis of Shared Multi--Dimensional InformationDimensional Information •• FASTFAST - Targeted to deliver most responses to users within about 5 Seconds. •• ANALYSISANALYSIS – Cope with any business logic & Statistical Analysis that is relevant for the application and the user. •• SHAREDSHARED - Implements all the security requirements for confidentiality •• MULTIMULTI--DIMENSIONDIMENSION – Multi-Dimensional conceptual view of the data. •• INFORMATIONINFORMATION – All of the data – Relevant for the application.
  12. 12. Supply Chain Management (SCM)

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