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SAP Solution Pre-Assembly
THE FASTEST WAY TO CONSUME IT INNOVATION
Juergen Grimmeisen
Senior Program Manager
SAP Value Prototyping
Agenda
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TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE
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INTRODUCING SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY SERVICE
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INTRODUCING SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING
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THE POWER OF TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION
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EXAMPLES FOR SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY PROJECTS
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SUMMARY
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APPENDIX
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TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE
To achieve and maintain a competitive advantage, enterprises today must innovate while carefully
controlling costs
Business challenges:
 Limited IT resources, budget,
or hardware
 Pressure to leverage IT to
enable business strategies
 Inflexibility and the rising
cost of operating legacy
environment
 Backlog of IT projects
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Agenda

TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE

INTRODUCING SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY SERVICE

INTRODUCING SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING

THE POWER OF TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION

EXAMPLES FOR SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY PROJECTS

SUMMARY

APPENDIX
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SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY IN A NUTSHELL
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SAP Value Prototyping (SAP VP) offers systems and content from SAP by SAP – helping you get up and running quickly
We are adding the turbo to SAP implementations by already having system infrastructures pre-built, pre-configured and
pre-assembled up front, enhanced with best business practices. It has never been easier to jumpstart SAP solutions.
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Pre-assembled business templates to
evaluate, jumpstart and fine-tune
combinations of rapid-deployment solutions
that can be tested and preloaded with data
for specific project needs
Leverage all assets of the RDS bill-ofmaterial especially the strong set of
documentation
Accelerate development by eliminating
common, manual configurations
Faster Speed
Lower Cost
Lower Risk
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Adapt solution to project needs, using
custom organizational structures, preloaded
data, content enhancements, and more
Available for the entire SAP portfolio
including LoB, industry, mobile, analytics,
cloud, database & technology solutions,
Suite on HANA, and Customer 360
“No time is needed to prepare the environment, and templates are ready to use. No waste. Also,
by showing the solution to end users, the business is clear about what it will get, and this reduces
risks.”
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Mr. Hayashi, General Manager, Technology Planning Office at Mitsui & Co
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PRE-ASSEMBLY PROCESS
Pre-Assembly
Cloud Hosting & Logistics
Load
Execute
Move
pre-assembled packages
Quick Start in the SAP VP cloud
to Customer environment
RDS
ERP
CRM
HANA
Mobile
RDS +
SAP Best Practices
ERP
CRM
SAP Suite Templates
Logical bundle with Cloud Hosting & Logistics Service on top
 To accelerate SAP implementations with pre-configured business content in the SAP VP cloud
 Use as sandbox or development environment
 Experience no delay (e.g. hardware availability) to project kick-off
 Move to productive environment on-premise or another private cloud (non SAP VP cloud)
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Agenda

TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE

INTRODUCING SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY SERVICE

INTRODUCING SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING

THE POWER OF TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION

EXAMPLES FOR SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY PROJECTS

SUMMARY

APPENDIX
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SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING ORGANIZATION
UX Innovations
Value Prototyping
Pre-Assembly
Cloud Logistics
 Combine a truly amazing user
experience with well known
and proofed SAP standard
functionality
 Build proof of concepts to
specify and show how SAP
solutions address business
requirements with iterative
deliverables every 2 weeks
 Jump-start projects with
pre-deployed, pretested
templates in the cloud
 Deploy system landscape in
cloud first then move to final
infrastructure
 Accelerate development by
eliminating common,
manual configurations
 Start development early in
staged environment without
delay
 Improve the productivity and
make the users happy
Simply Happy
Users
 Ensure business, IT, and SAP
are aligned and able to
achieve your goals
From Vision to
Concept
Bring the Pieces
Together
Start Your Project
Anytime
User and Business Understanding
Solution expertise
Pre-assembled templates
Hosting Capabilities
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Agenda

TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE

INTRODUCING SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY SERVICE

INTRODUCING SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING

THE POWER OF TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION

EXAMPLES FOR SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY PROJECTS

SUMMARY

APPENDIX
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TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION
Shorter time to start, deploy, and run through best practices
Business Blueprint up to
95% savings
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Fully configured, tested, and
documented system
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Ready to run on premise; further
accelerate with Cloud-Logistics to
move or host in the cloud
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Accelerate training and fit gap analysis
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Concentrate on customer-specifics
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Traditional
Project
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Preparation
20
Realization
Testing
up to 50% savings
up to 30% savings
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Personalize, fine-tune, fill the gaps
30
40
Business
blueprint
50
60
Realization
70
Re-use full set of documentation
80
90
Testing
At least -
PreAssembled
content
effort
100
Go-live
40% time and
compared to similar scope
of traditional project
Discover
Start
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Deploy
Run
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Agenda
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TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE

INTRODUCING SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY SERVICE

INTRODUCING SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING

THE POWER OF TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION

EXAMPLES FOR SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY PROJECTS

SUMMARY

APPENDIX
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SAP HYPRID MODELS | CLOUD & ON-PREMISE
Classical Cloud
Approach
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Hybrid Approach
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SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING “WORLD TEMPLATE”
Business Value
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120+ countries available
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50+ based on localized SAP Best Practices baseline
solutions
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70+ based on generic template non-localized based
on SAP Best Practices baseline scenario scope
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90+ pre-configured business scenarios ready to use
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Methodology
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Start with solid foundation and adopt to
individual needs within the implementation
project
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Pre-assembly in SAP Value Prototyping data
centers and available either through cloud
technology or direct shipment to customer’s
premise
Harmonized to allow functional processes in ONE
client for all countries
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Following Assemble-to-Order strategy
(reflecting individual customer demand)
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Pre-installed software including country specific
add-ons
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Highly scalable infrastructure
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System languages pre-installed according to
underlying scope
Fully SAP Business Suite based allows
corporate adaptation while customers grow
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Fully documented business processes covering
major local language
Up and running in less than 3hrs using cloud
technology
Higher Speed
Immediate consumption of preconfigured, pre-tested and preimplemented business solutions
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Lower Cost
Reduced project duration
through immediate jumpstart in a
private cloud environment hosted
by SAP Value Prototyping
Higher Quality
Manageable Risk and increased
quality leads to higher
customer confidence and
satisfaction
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Agenda

TODAY’S BUSINESS CHALLENGE

INTRODUCING SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY SERVICE

INTRODUCING SAP VALUE PROTOTYPING

THE POWER OF TEMPLATE BASED IMPLEMENTATION

EXAMPLES FOR SAP PRE-ASSEMBLY PROJECTS

SUMMARY

APPENDIX
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SUMMARY AND KEY MESSAGES
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Gain faster time to value jumpstarting new
implementation projects by leveraging content templates
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Lower the cost of deployment avoiding the initial need to
buy hardware, install and patch software, or configure the
content
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Realize a faster path to innovation leveraging the latest
SAP technology, best practices, and expertise of SAP
Value Prototyping
Reduce risk evaluating new business processes to see
how the data will function before making infrastructure
investments
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CUSTOMER SUCCESS
success
AT A GLANCE
Objective
To get the software up and running quickly and accelerate time to value
Solution
SAP® ERP for Manufacturing rapid-deployment solution, implemented with a cloud-based quick start
by the SAP Services organization
Benefits
The entire project – including the preassembly of content, cloud-based provisioning, fine-tuning, and
local installation – was completed in only four months.
SAP ERP was implemented very quickly and has delivered fast results.
Tomotaka Yano, Senior General Manager, Information Systems, Japan Display Inc.
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APPENDIX
SAP VP WT – GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE (1/2)
Countries based on localized SAP Best Practices Template
1
Argentina (AR)
16
France (FR)
31
Norway (NO)
46
Thailand (TH)
2
Australia (AU)
17
Germany (DE)
32
Pakistan (PK)
47
Turkey (TR)
3
Austria (AT)
18
Greece (GR)
33
Peru (PE)
48
Ukraine (UA)
4
Belgium (BE)
19
Hong Kong (HK)
34
Philippines (PH)
49
UK (GB)
5
Brazil (BR)
20
Hungary (HU)
35
Poland (PL)
50
United Arab Emirates (AE)
6
Bulgaria (BG)
21
India (IN)
36
Portugal (PT)
51
USA (US)
7
Canada (CA)
22
Indonesia (IND
37
Romania (RO)
52
Venezuela (VE)
8
Chile (CL)
23
Ireland (IE)
38
Russia (RU)
53
Vietnam (VN)
9
China (CN)
24
Israel (IL)
39
Singapore (SG)
10
Colombia (CO)
25
Italy (IT)
40
Slovakia (SK)
11
Croatia (HR)
26
Japan (JP)
41
South Africa (ZA)
12
Czech Republic (CZ)
27
Malaysia (MY)
42
South Korea (KR)
13
Denmark (DK)
28
Mexico (MX)
43
Spain (ES)
14
Estonia (EE)
29
Netherlands (NL)
44
Sweden (SE)
15
Finland (FI)
30
New Zealand (NY)
45
Switzerland (CH)
These countries are based on localized SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages and provided in EN and local
language(s).
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SAP VP WT – GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE (2/2)
Countries based on generic SAP Best Practices Template
1
Albania (AL)
16
Dominican
Republic (DO)
31 Kazakhstan (KZ)
46 Mozambique (MZ)
61
Tunisia (TN)
2
Angola (AO)
17
Algeria (DZ)
32 Lebanon (LB)
47 Namibia (NA)
62
Trinidad and Tobago (TT)
3
Azerbaijan (AZ)
18
Ecuador (EC)
33 Sri Lanka (LK)
48 New Caledonia (NC)
63
Taiwan (TW)
4
Bosnia and
Herzegovina (BA)
19
Egypt (EG)
34 Liberia (LR)
49 Nigeria (NG)
64
Tanzania (TZ)
5
Burkina Faso (BF)
20
Gabon (GA)
35 Lithuania (LT)
50 Nicaragua (NI)
65
Uruguay (UY)
6
Benin (BJ)
21
Georgia (GE)
36 Luxembourg (LU)
51 Panama (PA)
66
Yemen (YE)
7
Bolivia (BO)
22
Ghana (GH)
37 Latvia (LV)
52 Puerto Rico (PR)
67
Zambia (ZM)
8
Bahamas (BS)
23
Gambia (GM)
38 Morocco (MA)
53 Qatar (QA)
68
Zimbabwe (ZW)
9
Belarus (BY)
24
Guinea (GN)
39 Moldova (MD)
54 Saudi Arabia (SA)
10 Côte d'Ivoire (CI)
25
Guatemala (GT)
40 Madagascar (MG)
55 Sudan (SD)
11 Cameroon (CM)
26
Haiti (HT)
41 Macedonia (MK)
56 Slovenia (SI)
12 Costa Rica (CR)
27
Iran (IR)
42 Mali (ML)
57 Senegal (SN)
28
Jordan (JO)
43 Burma (MM)
58 El Salvador (SV)
14 Cyprus (CY)
29
Kenya (KE)
44 Mauritius (MU)
59 Syria (SY)
15 Djibouti (DJ)
30
Kuwait (KW)
45 Malawi (MW)
60 Togo (TG)
13
Republic of Serbia
(CS)
These countries are based on a generic version of SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages and provided in EN and, in
some cases, local language.
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SAP VP WT – BUSINESS PROCESSES (1/3)
Accounting & Controlling; FI Asset Management
ID
Scenario Name
ID
Scenario Name
156
General Ledger
180
Internal Order for Marketing and Other Overhead Planning
157
Accounts Receivable
181
Period End Closing “General” Plant
158
Accounts Payable
182
Inventory Valuation for Year End Closing
159
Period End Closing Financial Accounting
184
Overhead Cost Accounting – Actual
160
Cash Management
185
Internal Order R&D Actual
165
Activate Document Splitting
186
Internal Order for Marketing and Other Overhead Actual
166
Segment Reporting
187
Reference and Simulation Costing
172
Revenue Planning
224
Period End Closing Activities
173
SOP through Long Term Planning Transfer to LIS/PIS/Capacity
174
Purchased Material Price Planning
175
General Cost Center Planning
176
Manufacturing Cost Center Planning
177
Internal Order R&D Planning
162
Asset Accounting
178
Standard Cost Calculation
163
Asset Acquisition through Direct Capitalization
179
Quarterly Plan - Sales Quantity Forecast with CO-PA
164
Asset Acquisition for Constructed Assets (Investment Orders)
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SAP VP WT – BUSINESS PROCESSES (2/3)
Logistics / QM / PP / PLM / Reporting / Forms; Materials Management
ID
Scenario Name
ID
Scenario Name
117
Batch Management
124
Lean Warehouse Management
122
Batch Recall
128
Quotation for Procurement
126
Serial Number Management
129
Consumable Purchasing
127
Quality Management for Procurement with vendor Evaluation
130
Procurement without QM
144
Logistics Planning
131
Stock Handling: Scrap and Blocked Stock
145
Make-to-Stock Production - Discrete Industry
133
Procurement Contract
146
Make-to-Stock Production - Process Industry
134
Stock Transfer with Delivery
147
Make-to-Order Production with Variant Configuration
135
Stock Transfer without Delivery
148
Make-to-Order Production w/o Variant Configuration
136
Return to Vendor
149
Repetitive Manufacturing
137
Physical Inventory / Inventory Count & Adjustment
150
Production Subcontracting (External Processing)
138
Subcontracting
151
Rework Processing (Stock-Manufactured Material)
139
Procurement & Consumption of Consigned Inventory
202
Rework Processing (Work-in-Process)
141
Internal Procurement: Cross-Company Stock Transfer *
210
Internal Product Development
167
Foreign Trade Import Processing
221
SAP ERP Reports for Accounting
153
Printing: Forms
222
SAP ERP Reports for Logistics
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SAP VP WT – BUSINESS PROCESSES (3/3)
Sales & Distribution; Services
ID
Scenario Name
ID
Scenario Name
107
Sales Processing using Third Party (w. Shipping Notification)
189
Period End Closing Service Orders
108
Credit Management
191
Travel Management
109
Sales Order Processing: Sale from Stock
193
Internal Maintenance
110
Free of Charge Delivery
194
Spot Consulting with Fixed Price Billing
111
Returns and Complaints
195
Sales Contract with Fixed Price and T&M Billing
112
Sales Quotation
196
Project with Fixed Price and T&M Billing
113
Sales Order Processing for Prospect
197
Internal Project
114
Sales Processing using Third Party (without Shipping Notification)
198
Service with Time & Material based Billing
115
Sales of Nonstock Item with Order specific Procurement
199
Service Contract with Periodic Billing
116
Debit Memo Processing
200
Service with Fixed Price Billing
118
Foreign Trade Export Processing
207
Period-End Closing Projects
119
Customer Consignment Processing
208
External Procurement of Third-party resources
120
Returnables Processing
209
External Procurement of Services
121
Rebate Processing: Free Goods
211
Time Recording
123
Cross-Company Sales Order Processing *
212
Sales of Planned Services
201
Sales Order Processing with Customer Down Payment
217
Depot Repair
203
Sales: Period End Closing Operations
204
Credit Memo Processing
205
Sales Order Processing with Collective Billing
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Thank you
Contact information:
Juergen Grimmeisen
Senior Program Manager
SAP Value Prototyping | Pre-Assembly Services
[email protected]
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