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1 SAP Best Practices for Automotive Japan V1.604 Whats New

2 Whats new Content Architecture Change Further Lower TCO by Layering Approach More Coverage in Baseline Scope Comparing with Auto JP V1.600 Reuse of Discrete Manufacturing Scenarios Short Overview of Whats New (1 of 2)

3 Content Architecture Change – Layering Approach Further Lower TCO by Layering Approach Divide Best Practices Automotive Solution into 4 layers: Baseline Layer : Basic Layer & Foundation Layer Turnkey Layer: Financials, Manufacturing, Service, Trade Industry Cluster Layer: Discrete Manufacturing, Consumer Product, Service Industry Layer: Automotive, etc. Lower TCO for customer and partner in different market segments, due to flexible pick & choose approach.

4 Layer 0: Layer 1: Foundation Layer Layer 2: BBs out of the Baseline Library SAP BP Baseline Package for Baseline Package for Manufacturing Best Practices Inst. Basic Org. Structure Ext. Financial Acc. Cent. Cost Center Acc. Materials Manageme nt Sales & Distributio n Cent. Master Data Acc. Text Trans- lation Layer 2 – Baseline Library Manufacturing Cluster Service Cluster Layer 0 – Core Layer On- site Repair plant Add. Acc. & CO settings (for each layer req.) Forms / Output Integration Layer reuse All Building Blocks listed are only examples and subject to changes Content Architecture Change – How Technical Layers Map to Business Layers Batch Man. CO-PAProduct Cost Pl. MTS DI MTS PI MTORep. Man Layer 1 – Foundation Layer reuse Generic SD Generic FI/CO Generic MM Foundation Layer for Service Foundation Layer for <>Foundation Layer for Manufacturing Subset of a BL package in order to address a specific industry cluster Flexible definition of a Turnkey Package fixed defined scope meets different midmarket requirements for specific countries and industries out of the box – fully integrated, full reconciliation provided. implementation <60 days different flavors for industry cluster SAP Best Practices Turnkey Package / Solution Flexibility: Pick & Choose Approach Reuseability Common Basis Approach The new content related architecture provides more flexibility and usability for solution deployment: Flexible Deployment of SAP Best Practices Baseline Package with industry flavour Flexible Definition and Deployment of Turnkey Packages targeting implementation times < 60 days providing Turnkey Package = L0 + Foundation Layer (for one or more industry cluster) + specific BBs from BL Library (Layer 2) OEM – Supplier Collaboration Automotive Industry Layer

5 Content Architecture Change - Reuse JP DM Scope IDScenario Name SourceComment 246 Supplementary Settings BP DM V1.604 JP Reuse BB 244 Enterprise Structure Warehouse Management & Handling Unit Management BP DM V1.604 JP Reuse BB 242Warehouse Management (WM) – Basic Settings BP DM V1.604 JP Reuse BB 251Subcontracting with Chargeable Components BP DM V1.604 JP Reuse Scenario With layering approach, reusable from Industry Cluster is possible to save the TCO

6 Whats new SAP ERP Release related enhancements Based on SAP ERP Enhancement Package 4 Usage of updated NWBC: New design Higher performance 4-layered user navigation Usage of new POWER lists New SAP Best Practices roles Short Overview of Whats New (2 )

7 New SAP Best Practices Roles (1 of 2) Baseline Roles User roles delivered with SAP Best Practices provide specific user menus for demo or reference purposes. These are only required if you are using the updated SAP NetWeaver Business Client interface, and are intended for demo or evaluation use. The new SAP Best Practices roles are ceated according to the naming convention SAP_NBPR_* The roles are delivered via the the technical SAP Best Practices Add-On together with all other technical SAP Best Practices technical objects. Role nameTechnical role name Accounts Payable ManagerSAP_NBPR_AP_CLERK-M Accounts Payable AccountantSAP_NBPR_AP_CLERK-S Accounts Receivable ManagerSAP_NBPR_AR_CLERK-M Accounts Receivable AccountantSAP_NBPR_AR_CLERK-S Accounts Receivable Account - FI OnlySAP_NBPR_AR_FI_ONLY-S Asset AccountantSAP_NBPR_ASSET-S Bank AccountantSAP_NBPR_BANKACC-S Billing AdministratorSAP_NBPR_BILLING-S Enterprise ControllerSAP_NBPR_CONTROLLER-M Customs AgentSAP_NBPR_CUSTOMSAGENT-S Finance Manager (Germany)SAP_NBPR_DE_FINACC-M Finance Manager (Japan)SAP_NBPR_JP_FINACC-M Employee (Professional User)SAP_NBPR_EMPLOYEE-S Engineering SpecialistSAP_NBPR_ENGINEER-S Finance ManagerSAP_NBPR_FINACC-M General Ledger AccountantSAP_NBPR_FINACC-S IT Administrator (Professional User)SAP_NBPR_IT_ADMIN-S Maintenance EmployeeSAP_NBPR_MAINTENANCE-S Product Cost ControllerSAP_NBPR_PRDCOST_CONTRLR-S Production SupervisorSAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-M Production PlannerSAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S Project ManagerSAP_NBPR_PROJECTMANAGER-M Purchasing AdministratorSAP_NBPR_PURCHASER-K Purchasing ManagerSAP_NBPR_PURCHASER-M PurchaserSAP_NBPR_PURCHASER-S Quality SpecialistSAP_NBPR_QUALMGR-S Sales ManagerSAP_NBPR_SALESPERSON-M Sales AdministratorSAP_NBPR_SALESPERSON-S Service AgentSAP_NBPR_SERVAGENT-S Service EmployeeSAP_NBPR_SERVEMPLOYEE-S Shop Floor SpecialistSAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S Strategic PlannerSAP_NBPR_STRATPLANNER-S Travel AccountantSAP_NBPR_TRAVEL-S TreasurerSAP_NBPR_TREASURER-S Warehouse ClerkSAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S Warehouse ManagerSAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSEMANAGER-M

8 New SAP Best Practices Roles (2 of 2) Automotive Specific Roles Role nameTechnical role name Accounts Payable Manager (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_AP_CLERK_AUTO-M Accounts Payable Accountant (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_AP_CLERK_AUTO-S Accounts Receivable Accountant (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_AR_CLERK_AUTO-S Billing Administrator (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_BILLING_AUTO-S Logistics Execution JIT (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_JIT_AUTO-S Production Supervisor (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_AUTO-M Production Planner (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_AUTO-S Purchaser (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_PURCHASER_AUTO-S Warehouse Clerk (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_AUTO-S Shop Floor Specialist (AUTO) SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_AUTO-S Billing Administrator(CN) SAP_NBPR_CN_BILLING-S Accounts Payable Accountant(CN) SAP_NBPR_CN_AP_CLERK-S Logistics Execution Specialist SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_BM-S Billing Administrator (DIFM) SAP_NBPR_BILLING_DIFM-S

9 Whats new Tool and activitation related enhancements New interface from Installation Assistant to Solution Builder Reduced activation time Extended personalization ability Easy Installation with no Installation Map Short Overview of Whats New (3of 2)

10 SCOPE ACTIVATE ADAPT Automated activation of selected scenarios with personalized data Improved performance and usability Capabilities: Solution Builder Simplified Path to scope, personalize and activate SAP Best Practices Graphical scenario selection Standard scope templates delivered by SAP Best Practices Easy enhancements with further templates Graphical adaptation of enterprise structure Personalization of master data

11 Tool and Activitation Related Enhancements Reduced activation time Extended personalization ability (material descriptions) in the Solution Builder

12 SAP Best Practices Solution Builder: Enhanced Graphical Scoping Enhanced Graphical Scoping Design as known from the Solution Configurator for SAP Business All-in-One Enhanced application area editor The scenarios of a solution are sized dynamically and ordered into a solution map-like view The application areas are defined in the application area editor.

13 Whats new Scenario related and content changes Extended Solution Scope for Baseline Comparing with V1.600 Focusing on the OEM-Supplier Collaboration and Lean Manufacturing New Scenarios added comparing to V1.600 Lean Manufacturing - Heijunka Leveling Short Overview of Whats New

14 Manufacturing Sales Materials ManagementFinancial Accounting Analytics Cross Functions Make-to-Stock Production – Discrete Industry Make-to-Stock Production - Process Industry Make-to-Order Production with Variant Configuration Make-to Order Production without Variant Configuration Repetitive Manufacturing Production Subcontracting (External Processing) Rework Processing for Stock- Manufactured Material Quarterly Plan - Sales Quantity Forecast with CO-PA Rework Processing for Work-in-Process Logistics Planning Sales Processing Using 3 rd Party (w. Ship.Not.) Credit Management Sales Order Processing – Sale from Stock Free of Charge Delivery Returns and Complaints Sales Quotation Sales Order Processing for Prospect Sales Processing using Third Party (without Shipping Notification) Sales of Nonstock Item with Order Specific Procurement Debit Memo Processing Lean Warehouse Management Sales Order Processing with Customer Down Payment Sales: Period End Closing Operations Credit Memo Processing Serial Number Management Foreign Trade Export Processing Customer Consignment Processing Returnables Processing Batch Recall Quotation for Procurement Consumable Purchasing Procurement without QM Stock Handling: Scrap and Blocked Stock Procurement Contract Stock Transfer with Delivery Stock Transfer without Delivery Return to Vendor Physical Inventory/ Inventory Count and Adjustment External Procurement of Third-party Resources External Procurement of Services Batch Management Quality Management for Procurement with Vendor Evaluation Subcontracting Procurement & Consumption of Consigned Inventory General Ledger Accounts Receivable Accounts Payable Cash Management Asset Accounting Asset Acquisition through Direct Capitalization Asset Acquisition for Constructed Assets (Investment Orders) Activate Document Splitting Cost of Sales Accounting Segment Reporting Period End Closing Financial Accounting Period End Closing Projects SAP ERP Reports for Accounting SAP ERP Reports for Logistics Period End Closing Activities Period End Closing General Plant Time Recording Travel Management Controlling General Cost Center Planning Internal Order R&D Planning Internal Order for Marketing and Other Overhead Planning Overhead Cost Accounting - Actual Internal Order R&D Actual Internal Order for Marketing and Other Overhead Actual Revenue Planning SOP through Long Term Planning Transfer to LIS/PIS/Capacity Purchased Material Price Planning Manufacturing Cost Center Planning Standard Cost Calculation Research and Development Internal Product Development Reference and Simulation Costing SAP BP for Automotive Japan V1.604 Extended Solution Scope for Baseline Comparing with V1.600 Service Period End Closing Service Orders Internal Maintenance Spot Consulting with Fixed Price Billing Sales Order with Fixed Price and T&M Billing Project with Fixed Price and T&M Billing Internal Project Service with Time and Material based Billing Service Contract with Periodic Billing Service with Fixed Price Billing Sales of Planned Services Depot Repair

15 SAP Best Practices for Automotive Solution Coverage – Focusing on Supplier – OEM collaboration … in the Business Eco-system of Automotive Industry Tier-2 Supplier Tier-1 Supplier Distribut or & 3PL Dealer OEM R&D Partner Service Supplier Customer Ind. After Market F & I Supplier-OEM Collaboration (13 Scenarios)

16 SAP BP for Automotive Japan V1.604 Solution Scope – Automotive Industry Scenario Segment Scenario NameDIMP Relevant Source Supplier – OEM Collaboration & Supplier Operation A51 - Scheduling Agreement with Forecast Delivery Schedule and Invoice ProcessingGlobal* / JP Auto V1.600 A55 - Scheduling Agreement with Handling Unit Management (HUM), Returnable Packaging Processing and Evaluated Receipt Settlement (ERS) X ( for returnable packaing) Global / JP Auto V1.600 A57 - Scheduling Agreement with Credit Memo (Inside and Outside Tolerance)Global / JP Auto V1.600 A56 - Production for Depot Stock ReplenishmentJP Auto V1.600 A58 - Scheduling Agreement with Consignment Stock (with External Service Provider /Logistics Service Provider) Global / JP Auto V1.600 A60 - Subcontracting with Third Party Order and MRP AreaGlobal / JP Auto V1.600 A62 - Sales Order with Cross-Company Stock Transfer and Automated InvoiceGlobal / JP Auto V1.600 A63 - Scheduling Agreement with Customer KANBAN CallJP Auto V1.600 A64 - Retroactive BillingJP Auto V1.600 A67 - Scheduling Agreement with Summarized JIT CallXGlobal / JP Auto V Subcontracting with chargeable componentsJP DM V1.604 A69 - Make-to-Order with Repetitive ManufacturingJP Auto V1.600 A80 - Lean Manufacturing - Heijunka LevelingJP Auto V1.604 A99 - Activate Document Splitting for AutomotiveJP Auto V1.604 * Global = DE Auto V1.600

17 New Scenarios SAP Best Practices for Automotive Japan V1.604 provides the following new industry-specific scenarios : A80 - Lean Manufacturing - Heijunka Leveling

18 Lean Manufacturing - Heijunka Leveling (A80) Purpose The scenario shows how existing tools and functions of the SAP ERP portfolio can be used to convert uneven customer pulls into an even and predictable manufacturing schedule (Heijunka leveling) to enable upstream Kanban supply with SAP Kanban tools according to lean Toyota Production System (TPS) principles, it focuses on a lean production control method within a repetitive manufacturing environment: using Kanban processing for lean replenishment. Benefits Heijunka technique levels uneven customer demands to even production schedule on final assembly line, subsequently, production process at a constant and predictable rate prevents waste caused by the fluctuations in performance. To adopt sequence schedule with setup time optimization instead of equally distribution dispatching, it gets more efficient to avoid muda (waste). Just in time delivery via Kanban pull fulfills lean planning and manufacturing principles. Purpose and Benefits:

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