Analysis of Business Process Flows and Implementation of an Optimal Networking Architecture for Cims (Enterprise Resource Planning)

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Analysis  of  Business  process  flows  and  Implementation  of  an  optimal Networking  Architecture  for  CIMS  (ERP) 

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Analysis of business process flows and implementation of an optimal networking architecture for CIMS (Enterprise Resource Planning)

The ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, market is relatively new and has grown very quickly lately. The main reasons for this growth have been globalization, and the need of better information integration. ERP systems are enterprise-wide systems that automate all of a company’s business process and replace legacy systems, integrating all departments and functions across a company in a single computer system that runs off a single database so that the various departments can more easily share information and communicate with each other.

The URC Construction considers the reason of acquiring a standard ERP system- CIMS (Construction Information Management System) as a strategic opportunity to strengthen their competitiveness; an instrument to improve the company’s process flows.

In this report, the preparation analysis and the necessary steps for the implementation of an ERP system - CIMS, in URC construction Pvt. Ltd. Erode are described. This report first describes the detail of company’s process flows for each individual department required for CIMS-ERP and later networking architecture and unified coding system to implement the same ERP system.  Finally,  factors  responsible  for  successful  implementation  of  ERP.




ASN:  Advance  shipping  Notice 

ATM:  Asynchronous  Transfer  Mode 

BDPMS:  Business  Development  and  Project  Management  System 

CDMA:  Code  Division  Multiple  Access 

CE:  Customer  Edge 

CRM:  Customer  Relationship  Management 

DFD:  Data  Flow  Diagram 

DSL:  Digital  Subscriber  Line 

EMD:  Earnest  Money  Deposit 

ERP:  Enterprise  Resource  Planning 

FBT:  Fringe  Benefit  Tax 

FTP:  File  Transfer  Protocol 

FWP:  Fixed  Wireless  Phone 

GPRS:  General  Packet  Radio  Service 

GSM:   Global  System  for  Mobile  Communication 

GUI:  Graphical  user  Interface 

HRM:  Human  Resource  Management 

IPV4:  Internet  Protocol  Version  4 

IT:  Information  Technology 

Kbps:  Kilo  Bits  per  Second 

LAN:  Local  Area  Networking 

Mbps:  Mega  Bits  per  Second 

MP‐BGP:  Multiprotocol  Border  Gateway  Protocol 

MPLS:  Multiprotocol  Label  Switching  

MRIN:  Material  Issue  Indent 

MRP:  Material  Requirement  Planning 

NLRI:  Network  layer  Reachability  Information 


PE:  Provider  Edge 

RFID:  Radio  Frequency  Identification  System 

ROI:  Return  On  Investment 

SCM:  Supply  Chain  Management 

SLA:  Service  Level  Agreement 

SNA:   System  Network  Architecture 

ST:  Sales  Tax 

TDS:  Tax ...
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