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May 7 – 9, 2019 Is your organization ready for S4 HANA Transformation Journey? Jainender Kumar, Director, SAP America Session ID # 84373
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SID_84373_Is Your Organization Ready for the SAP S/4HANA Transformation JourneyJainender Kumar, Director, SAP America Session ID # 84373
About the Speaker Jainender (Jai) Kumar Director, Chief Customer Office
• MBA Finance, Engineer (Robotics) • Collaborate with C-Execs of strategic SAP customers to build strong
foundation and effective transformation roadmap for Intelligent Enterprise
Fun Fact(s): Passionate about World Travel and Trekking. Volunteer to teach Robotics and STEM topics at School Districts
Key Outcomes/Objectives 1. Review learnings from 200+ Business Process workshops
conducted across SAP’s strategic customer base
2. Understand the business impact of common design mistakes and/or critical blueprint decisions
3. Utilize information gained, to share with your organization for the S4HANA transformation journey
Agenda
• S4HANA Simplification and Value Overview • Business Process Roadmap (Lead to Cash) • Key business issues and related business impact • Takeaways / Action plan
ü 46 years of innovation across all industries
ü 390,000 customers in 193 countries
ü 74% of the world’s transaction revenue touches an SAP system
ü Always providing multiple ways of innovation adoption
Innovate
Standardize
Scale
Trust
1972 1992 2004 2011 2013 2015
SAP ERP
SAP Hana
In Memory
2018 2025
Digital Core
SAP S/4HANA
Increasing globalization
A Comprehensive Lead to Cash process
Typical Business Challenges – Lead to Cash
Sales and Service Business Data (Partners,
Product, Plants, Vendor)
Contract and Order
§ Tribal and scattered functional/process knowledge § Google as a solution to key business and transactional problems § Heavy reliance on external consulting sources § One expert (go-to person) in each process function
§ Offline Spreadsheets / cheat sheets maintained by each business leads to handle daily tasks § System & business process design based on legacy ERP, or by inexperienced consultants § Heavy customization and tedious integration scenarios to accommodate unique business scenarios § More focus on operational KPI’s instead on strategic dashboards
§ i.e. No. of defects, invoice count, errors per team member instead of Customer engagement and profitability § More team FTE’s or resources translate to process efficiency and business success?
• Lack of Customer intelligence
• Intertwined system landscape solutions
• Limited Real-time reporting and analysis
Business Impact • Customer engagement discrepancies • Elevated cost of operations • Business Dashboards represent operational key figures • Business leads spend most time firefighting issues • Limited/missing business innovation
Sales and Service Business Data (Customer,
Product, Plants, Vendor)
Contract and Order
Typical Business Challenges – Lead to Cash
Business Impact • Lack of customer centric engagement model due to inaccurate, duplicate and
unreliable data in ERP • Inefficient and inaccurate sales data aggregation and financial reconciliation reporting • Ineffective sales pipeline performance and demand generation • Inaccuracies in Sales commissions/incentive planning and payout
• Duplicate, decentralized and inaccurate data
• Offline SFA tools and management
• incomplete data hierarchy/ structure definitions
• Sales area, chart of accounts not comprehensive
• Middleware/ Integration replication issues
Customer Sales and Service
Business Impact • Inaccurate pricing and product (bundling) cost and pricing
determination leading to customer chargebacks • Elevated operational and resourcing related costs • Scalability and process optimization costs • Lack of accuracies in accruals, commissions and margin
computations impacting profitability and strategic decisions
• Complex product configuration and bundling options
• Complicated and manually driven pricing controls
• Offline or manual discount, rebates promotion accruals
• Manual order entry, validations and processing
• Quote to Order conversion issues
• 3rd party solution integration (CAD, PCM, PLM)
Customer Sales and Service
Business Impact • Complex, inaccurate and manually intensive order
fulfilment process • Escalated freight costs with limited ability to monitor
and optimize variables • High operational costs for integration and inventory
synchronization across supplying plants • Limited ability to perform multi-echelon supply chain
planning across distribution network
• Manual adjustments to ATP, RDD, pricing dates, etc.
• 3rd party/ offline Routing, resource, and carrier pick
• Limited monitoring and event tracking
• Limited freight cost management and financial reporting
Customer Sales and Service
Business Impact • Escalated customer engagement issues impacting customer
brand/product loyalty and future revenue stream • Resource intensive billing and invoicing process leading to
heightened operational costs • Inaccurate customer invoicing, accruals and account
determination leading to profitability and margin calc. issues • Substantial open A/R balances, chargebacks with prolonged
customer negotiations impacting corporate sales revenue and product profitability
• Discrepancies in Customer expected product pricing
• Revenue account determination issues
• Improper Accruals and expense mgmt. for sales incentives, promotions etc.
• Complexities in reconciliation of account balances, prepayments, chargebacks etc.
• Ineffective dunning process, high open A/R balances and other deductions
Customer Sales and Service
• Complexities in consolidating Siloed critical data across heterogeneous landscape
• Focus on operational KPI’s vs strategic numbers
• Multiple Custom reports and queries built over time
• Missing account planning dashboard or system driven strategic digital boardrooms
Business Benefits • Lack of real-time, data-driven decision making process
impacting business agility and customer collaboration • Reduced in-depth business insights • Heavy data complexity and reporting requirements
Customer Sales and Service
Typical Business Challenges – Lead to Cash
How it Impacts Business Metrics – Case Study 1 Peer Group Benchmarking
Top 25%Between Average and Top 25%Below AverageRanking:
Peer Group
16
Top Average Bottom
Cycle Time for Financial Forecasts (in days) 150 30 61.4 90
Days To Close Annual Books 21 6 13.7 20
Days To Close Quarterly Books 8 4 6.9 9
Days To Close Monthly Books 6 4 5.7 7
Days Payable Outstanding 23.2 98.2 53.7 28.8
Days in Inventory 73.4 32.5 66.3 85.3
Inventory Carrying Cost (% of revenue) 1.18 1 1.46 1.96
Inventory Write-offs (% of revenue) 0.259 0.093 0.144 0.196
Days Sales Outstanding 30 24.7 38.3 52
Overdue Accounts Receivable (in %) 85 2.5 10.1 15
Uncollectible A/R Write-offs (% of Revenue) .045 .01 .08 .14
The FP&A process is manual in excel sheets and outside the system with no scenario planning
Manually extensive journal entry and reconciliation entries and Financial structure does not align to current business model
The gap between demand planning/actual order entry and manufacturing planning drives inventory imbalances- lack of Inventory visibility across sales locations and WH
The ability to manage real time credit check at the time of order entry can lead to sale to “ risky customers – add to that error in pricing reflecting in invoices
Disconnect between planning / inventory may end up producing wrong SKUs that are non-moving and reach end of shelf life.
Today’s Key Challenges using SAP (Analysis from 200+ workshops)
Process Complexity • Too many
Poor Business Adoption • Business
Ownership • End 2 End
SAP Design = Legacy Design
Key Reasons
§ Embedded Intelligence with ML Technologies
§ Simplified – Business Processes, Data Models o Minimal Touch
§ Native Integration o Robust connectivity in
transactions
How S/4 HANA helps to Transform & Improves Business Outcomes
Critical Success Factors to get ready for S/4 Journey Business Objectives & Ownership § Consider S/4 HANA journey as a means to achieving Transformation goals & not address “end of ECC support” § Define end State Business Outcomes from Transformation § Business owns Transformation and IT enables through technology § Business owns data and IT maintains it
Right Data Strategy, Right People and Right Tools § Cleansed, Streamlined and well structured Data as foundation § Engage experienced business users and IT resources § Evaluate different deployment options - OP/Cloud/Hybrid § Chalk out Migration strategies : Greenfield /Brownfield/System Conversion § Use SAP provided tools for S/4 migration and adoption
Address and Manage Change § Embrace change and be ready to disrupt and re-invent existing processes § Drive employee engagement through corporate communication § Focus on User Experience (UX) apps – e.g. FIORI to drive simplification § Leverage out of the box - S/4 HANA Reporting and analytics to deliver insights and predictions
Typical Transformation Objectives: § Customer Centricity – simplify the
way your customer does business with your company
§ Supply Chain Effectiveness - Order fulfillment on time improved with an end to end supply chain effectiveness
§ Working Capital & Free Cash Flow – better insights to predict Working Capital Optimization
SAP Readiness Check for SAP S/4HANA
Custom Code & Custom Dev • Custom Code must be analyzed with respect to SAP
S/4HANA compliance, based on the SAP simplification database
• SAP Readiness Check provides BOM of affected objects as well as SAP Custom Development Projects (CDP‘s)
• An in-depth custom code management activities to follow during project execution
Simplification items • Simplification Items represent application or architecture
changes in comparison to ERP • They are grouped by business priority (e.g. Core Finance)
and industry, respectively
AddOn’s & Business Functions • SAP AddOn’s and Business Functions as well as 3rd party
AddOn’s have to be checked for their compatibility with SAP S/4HANA
• SAP software is listed and rated • 3rd party software is listed only
S/4HANA Sizing • To prepare for SAP S/4HANA, a system sizing is the
baseline regarding the future target size • SAP Readiness Check summarizes the technical sizing
result so customers can discuss internally with SAP or partners the future target system size
Recommended Fiori Apps • Fiori apps recommended based on the transaction
usage history in the evaluated system
Transactions • Evaluate use of SAP GUI transactions replaced or
deprecated in SAP S/4HANA
Available for all customers free of charge, Customers can initiate their ERP system analysis, covering the most important aspects of an SAP S/4HANA system conversion. Minimum source release is SAP ERP 6.0 EHP 0, any database
§ Business Warehouse Extractors check to show whether the SAP BW extractors in the customers’ ERP system can still be used (SAP Note 2500202)
§ Data Volume Management check to show the size of the archiving potential based on the top 30 database tables.
Customers who have already generated an analysis in the past, the only additional setup is to implement the data volume management note 2612179 and implement the latest version of 2310438. If the SAP Solution Manager is used , implement the latest version of 2290622 as well.
• Leverage generally accepted industry best practices
• Utilize industry experts and SAP resources
• Build strong foundation to leap into business innovation – instead of daily firefighting
• S4HANA delivers value and innovation – Need launchpad to be ready
Summary - Key Take Aways
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