SAP 2003: Your Technology and Business Roadmap

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SAP 2003: Your Technology
and Business Roadmap
Jim Shepherd
Senior Vice President
AMR Research
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Agenda
 SAP’s Business Strategy
 SAP’s Product Strategy
 SAP’s Technology Direction
 What Should You Worry About ?
 Maximizing The Value of Your SAP
Investment
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SAP Snapshot
 $6.5B in FY01 Revenues
• Close to 70% from Maintenance and Services
 FY02 Goal: 5-10% Revenue Growth
 18,000 Customers – 4,000 New Last Year
 50,000 Installations – 120 Countries
 21 Industry Solutions
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SAP’s Business Strategy
 Account Control- “The Safe Choice”
 Customer Lifecycle Management “SAP Delivers Value”
 Services, Maintenance, & Add-ons
 New Markets and Channels
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SAP Business Strategy:
Become Your “Trusted Partner”
Strategic
Consulting
Discover & Evaluate -> Implement ->
Operate
Business
Consulting
Business
Software
System
Integration
System
Support
Infrastructure
Consulting
Infrastr.
Software
System
Integration
Infrastructure
Support
Hardware
OS, DB, ...
System
Integration*
Technical
Support
Outsourcing
Application Layer
Middleware Layer
IT Layer
Source: SAP AG
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SAP Business Strategy:
“Extended Range of Services”
 New Maintenance Offerings
 Architecture Planning
 Custom Development
 Consulting
 System Integration
 Operations Planning & Optimization
 Hosting
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SAP Business Strategy:
New Markets and Channels
SAP Direct Sales
Vertical Resellers
Business One Centers
Sales/Service Partners
Source: SAP AG
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Product Strategy: A Box of SAP to Go
Source: SAP AG
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Current Application Strategy
 The Ever Expanding mySAP.com
 Scalability : Business One and All-in-One
 The xApps (Cross-Applications) Framework
 SAP Portals
 R/3 Enterprise
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The Ever Expanding mySap.com
Extranet
Internet
COLLABORATION
Comprehensive e-Business Solutions
Portals
Advanced Supply Chain Planning
Customer Relationship Mgmt
Intranet
Supply Chain Hubs
Business Warehousing
R/3 Accounting
R/3 Logistics
R/3 Fulfillment
R/3 HR
...
ENTERPRISE
Marketplaces
Enterprise Group
B2B Procurement
Strategic
Enterprise
Management
Strategic
Enterprise
Management
Knowledge
Warehouse
Industry-Add-ons
Collaborative Engineering
E-Recruiting
Electronic Bill
Presentment &
Payment
Collaborative
Forecasting
Business Partners
World
Source: SAP AG
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SAP Product Strategy: Scalability
Headquarters
Distributor
SAP All-in-One
mySAP.com
Exchange
Infrastructure
Sales Subsidiary
Factory
SAP R/3 Enterprise
SAP Business One
Source: SAP AG
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The xApps Framework
 Based Inside AG, Way to Bring
Innovation Outside of Regular Product
Cycles
 New “Cross Apps” Framework Layered on
Top of R/3 and mySAP.com
• Goal: Supports SAP and 3rd Party Apps
• Needed: Serve as “Fast” Bridge Between SAP Apps
• 1st xApps Due 4Q02 (Resource & Program
Management)
 SAP Has Identified 200+ Business
Processes
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SAP Product Strategy: xApps
People
Planning &
Budgeting
Portal
Information
Business
Intelligence
Processes
Exchanges
Clickstream
Analysis
Collab.
Project
Mgmt.
SCM
Cockpit
Adaptive
Supply
Chain
Mgmt.
SAP Web Application Server
SAP
SAP WAS
3rd Party
App
WebSphere
3rd Party
App
.net
Legacy
CICS
Source: SAP AG
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SAP Portal
Integrate People
SAP Business Information Warehouse
Integrate Information
SAP Exchange Infrastructure
Integrate Processes
Shared Services: Security,
Management, Globalization
Web Application
Server and DynPro
SAP Portals
Source: SAP AG
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R/3 Enterprise
SAP R/3
Enterprise
Extension
For SCM
SAP R/3
Enterprise
Extension
For FIN
SAP R/3
Enterprise
Extension
For HR
SAP R/3
Enterprise
Extension
For Travel
SAP R/3
Enterprise
Extension
For PLM
SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.7
All Existing R/3 Functionality
Future Changes limited to:
• Legal Changes
• Defect Fixes
• Performance Enhancements
SAP Web Application Server 6.20
Replaces Basis Server
Provides J2EE and ABAP Support
Common Foundation for all mySAP.com Components
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R/3 Enterprise Rollout
Internal
Customer
Release
Restricted
Shipments
7/02
Unrestricted
Shipments
12/02
 New “Ramp-up” Release Process
 70 Customers Upgrading as of September
 200 Expected by Year End
 Early Reports From Customers Are Positive
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Key SAP Technology Components
Source: SAP AG
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Exchange Infrastructure
Exchange
RFC
mySAP
PLM
XML
Oracle
ERP
XML
EProcure
ment
The Enterprise
File
Legacy
ERP
Supplier 1
IDoc
SAP
R/3
Supplier 2
.Net
Web
Service
Supplier 3
 Multiple Integrations Paths: SAP RFC and IDoc, Files,
and Standards (XML, SOAP)
 Integration Repository and Directory for Capturing
Integration Rules During Design and Configuration
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SAP Web Application Server
 Integrate ABAP and J2EE Worlds
 Foundation for All SAP Products
• Today CRM 3.1 and R/3 Enterprise
 Development Tools Moved to Eclipse
Framework
 SAP-Centric Solution -- Today
 Has Potential to Replace 3rd Party App
Servers in SAP Accounts
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Web DynPro
•Multi-Language and Multi-Device
Support for User Interfaces
•Integrated Development
Environment for Presentation Logic
– Model and Develop Presentation
Logic
– Design and Compose User
Interfaces
•Runtime Services
– Runtime Infrastructure
Support for Java and ABAP (JSP
and BSP)
– Tag Libraries
– Device Independence
– Internationalization
Web Dynpro
Tag libraries
BSP, JSP*
Presentation
Layer
Business Layer
J2EE/ABAP
SAP Web Application
Server
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What Should You Be Worrying About ?
 Instance Consolidation
 New mySAP.com Functionality
• PLM, APO, Portals, CRM, etc.
 Release Strategy & Expectations
 Extended Deployment
• Internally
• Externally
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Maximizing Your Investment
 Competency Center -- Business Process
Improvement Not Help Desk!
 Continuous Training & Education
 Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)
 Network Theory -- A system becomes more
valuable as it touches more users
 Any ERP System Needs Better Public Relations

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