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  • 1. Enterprise Framework to ensure Stakeholder(s)Investments are safe and Investor Interests are maximised. Everythingelseisjargon
  • 2. TheSoftwareEnable,ToolsSuite, Product&Platform.BusinessModel(s),Methods,Systems,Workflow,Process,Standards,Systems&Campaigns. TheFirm! Consultant(s) &Expert(s) Individual(s)ORFirm(s)
  • 3. In a Nutshell Features Benefits1. FocusonStrategicandTactical 1. VisionMissionalignment,Execution, ratherthanOperational. MonitoringandEfficacyofDecisions.2. FunctionalIntegration 2. NOTModular,norlimitedtoHR, Finance,Sales,Marketing,Delivery, Logisticsetc.NodependencyonITand Techies.3. KnowledgeManagement, 3. Notjustdata,SoftwareandIT. OptionsofBusinessModels, SelectaGlobalBestPractice4. OpenArchitectureLinux/unix andOpen. 4. WorkwithexistinginvestmentsinIT. LessdependencyontheConsultingBig5. Biologicaldesign. Boyswithimprovedsecurityand control.6. LowTotalCostofOwnership 5. Focusspecific extremelyflexible. QuickReturnonInvestment.7. WorkswithlowerPC 6. TCOof30%andlessthanGlobal Penetration. Competition. 7. LowercostsBridgethedigitalDivide withaflatterandleaner organisation withadis appearingCorporateLadder.8. ProjectManagement 8. LargeMultipleComplexCollaborative Projects ControllingRisk9. MACS 9. EffectiveManagementAccountingand ControlSystem.
  • 4. Management Accounting &Control System (MACS) Financial Accounting Management AccountingAudience External stockholders, creditors, Internal workers, managers and tax authorities executives.Purpose Report on past performance to Inform internal decisions made by external parties; contracts with employees and managers, feedback owners and lenders. and control on operating performance.Timeliness Delayed historical Current, future oriented.Restrictions Regulated; rules driven by No regulations. Systems and generally accepted accounting information determined by principles and government management to meet strategic, authorities. tactical and operational needs.Type of Financial measurement only Financial plus operational andInformation physical measurements on processes, technologies, suppliers, customers and competition.Nature of Objective, auditable, reliable, More subjective and judgemental,Information consistent, precise. valid, relevant and accurate.Scope Highly aggregate. Report on Dis-aggregate; drill-down; information entire organisation. on local decisions and action.
  • 5. Trying to describe A. MACRO.Category. q ItsaKMTool.(KnowledgeManagement) q ERP. q BI.(BusinessIntelligenceandBusinessModeling). q DSS.(DecisionSupportSystem)? q SI.(SystemsIntegration)Tool? q SoftwareforSoftware?ORFrameworkforConsulting? q SaaS.(SoftwareasaService). q NewEconomyInformationManagementTool? q DecisionExecutionSystem.B. Micro q MODULARFunctional HRPMS.Finance.Sales.Logistics.HeadOffice q MODULARArea Documentation.ManagementSalesIncentivesManagementPMS q MODULARServices EndofdayConsolidationPostdatedChequeManagementPerformance AppraisalAssessmentsVerificationSystemRiskMetricsSystemCardholder databaseSystem q MODULARIndustry TeleComm.EducationRetailAgro.Manufacturing q MODULARDigitalContentDelivery.
  • 6. Business Models1. Product. ServercentricNManagersXusersLicense. Selectfrom60+Modules,500+Features. PayforwhatyouuseUsewhatyoupayfor.2. SaaSASPORSoftwareonDemand CaptiveorSharedVPNorInternetDeployed. PertransactionorPermonthusage.3. ConsultingorPractice i. BusinessModel.StrategyAlignment.Programme Priorities. ii. Productselection,configuration&deploymentto meetModelorProgramme. iii. ManagedServices.(Fixedorvariable,Staffing,out sourcedandrelatedoptions).
  • 7. Quantity of FeaturesAsofSep2011
  • 8. Your focus MACS HR CIS CRM SCM PLM PIE 1ITandITES A A A 2Manufacturing A A A A A A A 3Trading A A A A A A A 4Agriculture A A A A A A 5Aviation A A A A A A A 6Education A A A A 7Retail A A A A A A 8TeleComm. A A A A A A A 9Convergence A A A A A 10Banking/Insurance A A A A A AMACS=ManagementAccounting&ControlSystem,FinanceHR=HumanResourcesCIS=Customer,Supplier,Distributorand/orRetailerInformationSystemCRM=Marketing,Sales,CustomerSupport&QualityAssurance.AfterMarketServices.SCM=Procurement,Purchase,Warehousing,Logistics,Inventory,BillofMaterialsPLM=Capacity,Plan,MakeorBuy,InandFieldStocking,InstalledBase,AfterMarketpotentialPIE=Workflow,Documentation,ProcessImprovement,Cycletimereduction,CostControls.
  • 9. Differentpurposesatdifferenttimes dependingontheMarketcircumstances andCurrentInternalneeds.Exampleour Top3prioritiesthisQuarter e fit Likeanewspaperyoureadonlywhat B en youwant,whenyouwantitandwhat concernsyouthatday.Everyonegetsthe Key samedaily. ImagineiftheTeamcancanuse1. Flexibility differentpartsofthemultipurposetool atthesametime...
  • 10. 2. Disruptive Technology HR IT CultureA CultureB Management Finance Management Finance Mfg.Delivery Mfg.Delivery HR IT FieldForces Suppliers& Logistics CustomersFieldForces Suppliers& Logistics Customers Finance Mfg.Delivery Management HR IT FieldForces Suppliers& Logistics CustomersNewEconomyCultureC
  • 11. 3. Focus on FOCUS ef it 1. People.Performance vs B en 2. Behaviour. CollaborativeCommunications. Key 3. AssetandInvestment PerformanceManagement. 4. Cash. 5. BalancedScorecard. i. FinancialPerspective. ii. ExternalCustomersPerspective.More iii. InternalPerspective.COMPLEXITY Fixthe Doit iv. Learning&Growth. DEGREEOF Complexity Differently 6. ProcessImprovement. 7. DocumentationManagement&