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Solution Summary The SAP ® Event Management Rapid-Deployment Solution for Order Tracking and Exception Management
©2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved.2 Business challenges Get Transparency From Order Entry to Payment Receipt and Share That With Your Extended Business Network Do you have problems with … Cost: Fire fighting, demurrage and expedition costs, high safety buffers and operation efforts Time: Cycle time, undetected delays, late delivery Risk: No risk awareness due to lack of visibility. Little transparency on issues in your order-to-cash cycles
©2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved.3 Business benefits Reduce process handling costs due to management by exception Increase customer satisfaction by improved transparency and meeting your customers expectation regarding on-time, in-full deliveries Shorter order-to-cash cycle and lower cash liquidity requirements Get Transparency From Order Entry to Payment Receipt and Share That With Your Extended Business Network SAP Event Management rapid-deployment solution for order tracking and exception management Offers visibility on the order-to-cash process. Extensive tracking and tracing functionalities allow process monitoring, automated exception resolution, and proactive alerting in tight integration with SAP ERP – in one single solution.
©2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved.4 Whats included – Solution scope Whats included – solution scope Order tracking and exception management for a sell-from-stock scenario Tracks the basic order fulfillment and settlement document chain consisting of sales order, deliveries, shipments, invoice and payment. Monitors that events happen -or dont happen- as planned, and allows reacting to expected and unexpected events. Triggers alerts in case of deviation s from the plan to inform the respective stakeholders. Order tracking and exception management for a make-to-order scenario Covers production related process steps in addition to the above in case these are part of the sales order fulfillment process. Order tracking and exception management for a purchase-to-order scenario Covers procurement related process steps in addition to the above in case these are part of the sales order fulfillment process. And a combination of the above on sales order item level.
©2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved.5 Whats included – Service scope Successfully Deploy in as Little as 4 Weeks The customer gets a fully-scalable (SAP EhP1 for) SAP EM 7.0 system, which can be deployed as an Add-On to SAP ERP or installed stand- alone and is fully configurable and extensible. The specific rapid implementation methodology dramatically reduces the overall time for an implementation. It is a fast-track implementation approach which minimizes risks, assures quality and executes effectively with predefined scope that includes outbound logistics, production and procurement. A special step-by-step guide describes each activity during the deployment
©2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved.6 System requirements Software requirements There are different options released: SAP Event Management as an Add-On to SAP ERP: –SAP EhP5 for SAP ERP 6.0 and SAP EhP1 for SAP Event Management 7.0 –SAP EhP4 for SAP ERP 6.0 and SAP Event Management 7.0 SAP Event Management stand-alone: –SAP Event Management 7.0 or SAP EhP1 for SAP Event Management 7.0 installed on SAP NetWeaver integrated with SAP ERP 6.0 or SAP EhP5 for SAP ERP 6.0 –SAP Event Management as part of SAP EhP1 for SAP SCM 7.0 integrated with SAP EhP5 for SAP ERP 6.0
SAP Rapid-Deployment solutions The fastest way to run your business better SAP Event Management Whitepaper Service Marketplace > Event Management Contact us:
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