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SUBMITTED BYAISHWARYA

PRAGYA
SAKAAR
KAJAL
SWATI
PIYUSH

IT PRESENTATION
ERP of Rolls Royce

ENTERPRISE
RESOURCE PLANNING
(ERP)
In the 1990s innovations in information
technology led to the development of a range of
software applications called Enterprise Systems.
Gradually ERP emerged as a uniform information
system to re-engineer the business processes .
ERP system as a packaged software has the
advantages of reduced cost, rapid
implementation ,and high system quality .
ERP allows the corporate management of a
business, and aims to integrate individual
functional systems such as manufacturing,
finance, procurement and distribution.

ERP systems offer companies the following three


major benefits:
Business process automation.
Timely access to management information.
Improvement in the supply chain via the use of Ecommunication and E-commerce.

ERP implementation has two important


components :- Function and Module.
ERP implementations involve broad organizational
transformation processes, with significant
implications to the organization's management
model, organization structure, management style
and culture ,and particularly, to people .

CASE STUDY- ROLLS


ROYCE
Further, a case study conducted at Rolls- Royce
investigating the implementation of ERP (SAP)
is discussed. The case study starts with
introducing the company and its background,
presenting the status of IT before and after the
implementation of SAP, and giving the detail
chronological phase of the implementation of
SAP in Rolls-Royce. Also, there search
methodology is discussed. The implementation
of SAP in the company and project risks is
presented.

COMPANY
BACKGROUND
Rolls-Royce, a world-leading provider of power systems and
services for use on land, at sea and in the air, has established
a strong position in global markets - civil aerospace, defense
aerospace, marine and energy.
Rolls-Royce today has a broad customer base comprising
more than 600 airlines, 4,000 corporate and utility aircraft
and helicopter operators, 160 armed forces, more than 2,000
marine customers, including 70 navies, and energy
customers in nearly 120 countries, with an installed base of
54,000 gas turbines.
Annual underlying revenues were 10.1 billion in 2009, of
which about half came from services revenues. The firm and
announced order book stood at 58.3 billion at 31 December
2009, providing visibility of future levels of activity.

COMPANY BEFORE
ERP
Rolls-Royce used 1500 legacy systems before ERP project was started.
These legacy systems were difficult decision making and performance
assessment.
They were expensive to operate and difficult to maintain and develop.
They did not provide accurate ,consistent and accessible data that was
required for good and timely decision-making and performance
assessment (e.g. delivery performance, quality metrics).
Rolls-Royce implemented another system MERLIN, which stands for
mechanized evaluation of resources, logistics and inventory.
MERLIN often had difficulty communicating with another
manufacturing system named IBIS, IBIS was an older manufacturing
system that was used at the Bristol and Antsy facilities.

ERP PROCESS