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1 SAP Best Practices for Mining V1.606 for Australia Whats New

2 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.2 Public Overview Whats New Solution Enhancements Tool and Activation related Enhancements

3 Solution Enhancements Based on SAP ERP Enhancement Pack 6

4 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.4 Public History of Mining Best Practices Best Practices for Mining have been the Go-To Market vehicle ever since we launched the SAP for Mining solution to the market in 2000 (based on IS-Mine 4.6B) We leveraged the Best Practices concept to show our industry expertise and to show how to use the standard ERP and IS-Mine (IS-Oil) add-on solutions to implement these processes Our last available version of Mining Best Practices V1.600, released in 2007, was build on ERP ECC 6.0 and SCM 5.0 Release of version build on ECC 6.0 EhP6 in 2012

5 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.5 Public Solution Enhancements Area of Contract to Cash Usage of Commodity Pricing Engine Usage of new Differential Invoicing Area of Maintenance Usage of Netweaver Business Client (NWBC) as User Interface Usage of new functionality delivered for NWBC Maintenance Roles New Linear Asset Management Scenario Area of Environment, Health and Safety Usage of Environmental, Health and Safety Management 2.0 New scenario for Operational Risk Management – Incident Management Solution Architecture Simplified Solution Architecture with Focus on ERP and NWBC

6 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.6 Public Scenario Overview Mining Best Practice AU V1.606 Scenario ID Scenario NameArea 396Coal Mining Production 397Coal Blending 398Copper Mining 399Copper Concentrate & Cathode Production 395Cost Planning Costing D50Cost Actuals D51Rail Bulk TransportationInternal Distribution D52Contract to Invoice Coal, Bulk Transportation FOB Commodity Sales, Bulk Transportation, QM D53Contract to Invoice Coal, Bulk Transportation DES incl. Freight D54Contract to Invoice Concentrate, Bulk Transportation, QM D55Contract to Invoice Cathode D56Corrective Maintenance Enterprise Asset Management D57Preventive Maintenance D58Rotable Management D61Linear Asset Management D59Operational Risk Management Environment, Health & Safety Management Enhanced New

7 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.7 Public Leverage pre-integrated, cross-functional best practices to reduce TCO and time to value SAP Best Practices for Mining offers documentation and pre- configuration for typical Mining processes Covered by SAP Best Practices for Mining V1.606 Covered by SAP Best Practices Baseline Version FREE OF CHARGE Scenario NameArea Rail Bulk TransportationInternal Distribution Contract to Invoice Coal, Bulk Transport FOB Commodity Sales Bulk Transportation, QM Contract to Invoice Coal, Bulk Transport DES Freight Contract to Invoice Concentrate, Bulk Transport, QM Contract to Invoice Cathode Coal Mining Production Coal Blending Copper Mining Copper Concentrate & Cathode Production Cost Planning Costing Cost Actuals Corrective Maintenance Enterprise Asset Management Preventive Maintenance Rotable Management Linear Asset Management Operational Risk Management Environment, Health & Safety Capital Project Management MiningProcessingTransportationSales & Marketing Enterprise Management and Support Business Planning & Compliance Supply Chain Management Contract-to-Cash Operations Management Operational Compliance Enterprise Asset Management Supply Management

8 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.8 Public SAP Best Practices is Based on the SAP Enhancement Package 6 Preamble SAP enhancement packages are shipped as a delta shipment to SAP ERP 6.0 Selective Installation Each SAP Enhancement Package contains new versions of existing software components You only update software components, which are related to the functionality you want to use. After installation: No UI or process change until a business function is activated No implications on the underlying NetWeaver platform, however SAP Enhancement Packages require defined ERP support package stack Selective Activation New functionality must be explicitly switched on to become active in the system. If activated: Changes are predictable, only well described changes in the activated areas. Testing is simplified with templates, provided for every business function Mandatory Optional Enhancement Packages Selective update - Example Support Packages Installation of New Functionality Separated From Activation via Switch Framework

9 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.9 Public Use of SAP Best Practices for Mining Demo system during Sales/Pre-sales Phase Requirement: A solution that can be easily installed with changeable master data A solution with scenarios close to customer requirements for global go-to market A solution with clear business documents. Basis for Partner Solution Development & Partner Solution Implementation Requirement: A solution divided into Building Blocks. A solution with a clear installation structure. A solution which is adaptable.

10 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.10 Public Use of SAP Best Practices for Mining Deployment Backbone for Customer Projects Requirement: A solution that can be easily installed with changeable master data. A solution the can be divided into different segments. A solution with typical Mining Business scenarios close to customer requirements. A solution with clear guidance on how to best implement Mining business processes in the latest releases of SAP for Mining. A solution with clear user documents. Knowledge Database for Partners Requirement: A solution that covers different parts of the industry requirement. A solution with clear configuration documents. A solution that can be installed easily.

11 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.11 Public Requirement Analysis Installation Quick installation Clear structure Clear pre-requisites User friendly Documentation Clear BPPs Detailed Configuration Guides New Overview Presentations Flexibility Easily change master data Easily change the Organization structure Selected installation Business Whole value chain Bulk & Metal Support typical global business processes Architecture Technical infrastructure Solution Architecture SAP Best Practices for Mining

12 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.12 Public SAP Best Practices for Mining – Business Support typical global business processes Logistics & Supply Chain processes designed globally FI / CO set up with group currency & local currency Many new solution areas, like Operational Risk Management, Commodity Sales, Linear Asset Management, NWBC User Interface Bulk & Metal Example for Bulk: Coal Example for Metal: Copper Whole Value Chain Covered Mine to Customer Business Whole value chain Bulk & Metal Support typical global business processes SAP Best Practices for Mining

13 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.13 Public SAP Best Practices for Mining – Architecture Technical Infrastructure SAP Netweaver SAP ERP SAP EHSM Solution Architecture Tight integration of delivered scenarios - but ability to run scenarios independently Improved Solution Architecture - Examples: Focus on ERP Usage of new core functionality for commodity sales Utilization of NWBC and Roles for improved user experience Architecture Technical infrastructure Solution Architecture SAP Best Practices for Mining

14 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.14 Public SAP Best Practices for Mining – Installation Quick Installation All the master data and customizing are packed into ECATT. Best Practices Installation Tools are used. One Click to fulfil the whole installation. Clear Structure All the scenarios are defined as projects in the BBI. Pre-requisites will automatically be called during the project running for a certain scenario. The sequence of the installation steps are defined clearly, and performed automatically. Clear Pre-requisites Building Block concept indicates clearly prerequisites to install and run selected scenarios Flexibility in applying only part of Best Practice Solution General master data is grouped into one building block (materials, work centers, customers). User Friendly The Best Practices Installation Assistant supports easy installation. Users do not need to care about technical tools, like BC Set and ECATT any more. Installation Quick installation Clear structure Clear pre-requisites User friendly SAP Best Practices for Mining

15 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.15 Public SAP Best Practices for Mining – Documentation Clear Business Process Documents (BPD) Detailed step-by-step process instructions in Business Process Documentations including information about business background, benefits and master data overview). Organization structure is changeable. Detailed Configuration Guides Configuration is described in detail. New / Updated Scenario Overview Presentations SAP for Mining Overview / Business Overview. Process Overview. Technical Overview Documentation Clear BPPs Detailed Configuration Guide Overview Presentations SAP Best Practices for Mining

16 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.16 Public SAP Best Practices for Mining – Flexibility Flexibility Easily change the master data Easy change organization structure Selected installation Easily Change the Master Data All the material names are linked to a central data container. The material master can be changed by the personalization assistant before installation. All the related settings for material will be updated automatically. Easily Change the Organization Structure Several types of organization structure are linked to the central data container. The organization structure can be changed by the personalization assistant before installation. All the related settings will be updated automatically. Selected Installation All the scenarios are defined as projects in the installation assistant. Each scenario can be installed with the minimum pre-requisites. SAP Best Practices for Mining

17 Tool and Activation related Enhancements

18 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.18 Public Enterprise Structure Adaptation based on Business Objects Graphical Adaptation of Enterprise Structure Business Objects based on Standard Business Objects of ERP for Enterprise Structure Business Objects are mapped to Installation Data

19 ©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.19 Public Enterprise Structure Adaptation based on Business Objects Personalization of Installation Data based on Standard Business Object User Interface Changes are applied to all relevant places in Installation Data automatically In Expert Mode structural Changes of Org. Structure possible (limited to org. structure itself currently) This personalization is only for data mapped to organization structure

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