Erp in Vitrosilicon

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Authors: Team no. 1.:

Tutor: Dr Teresa Buczkowska
Warsaw, 20.04.2011

Project Management
Implementation of ERP system in Vitrosilicon S.A.
Project Management
Implementation of ERP system in Vitrosilicon S.A.

Contents
1Business case3
1.1Introduction/Background3
1.2Business Objective3
1.3Current Situation and Problem3
1.4Critical Assumption and Constraints7
1.5Analysis of options and recommendations - ERP Implementation Methodologies8
1.5.1The Big Bang8
1.5.2Modular Implementation8
1.5.3Process-Oriented Implementation9
1.5.4Choice of implementation method9
1.6Preliminary project requirements10
1.7Budget estimate and financial analysis10
1.8Schedule estimates11
1.9Potential risks12
1.10Exhibits12
2Scope statement14
3Project Charter.15
4Project Plan19
4.1Responsibility Assignment Matrix19
4.2Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)20
4.3Project schedule23
4.4Gantt chart and calculations for PERT diagram24
4.5Network of tasks diagram25
5Risk analysis26
6Estimated budget26
7References27
8Index of tables28
9Index of figures28

Business case
Introduction/Background
The Company was founded in 1947 as a private limited-liability company. In 1995, it was transformed into a joint-stock company. The activities of Ciech SA and its subsidiaries include the production, trade and distribution of chemicals as well as comprehensive service activities directed at the domestic and foreign market. The activities are handled with participation of domestic or foreign companies and international agencies of Ciech SA. On 10 February 2005, Ciech’s shares were first quoted on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.To increase functional effectiveness and improve information flow between divisions we want to implement computer systems. Business Objective

* reduce operating costs,
* optimization of inventory management,
* improve customer satisfaction by improving quality and reducing processing times, * improve communication between different organizational units and Divisions, * standardize data,
* standardize of forms and scope of information available to employees in company. Current Situation and Problem
The Ciech Chemical Group is one of the leaders of the European chemical market. It comprises more than 40 companies and counts itself among the 50 largest business organisations in Poland. The company was founded in 1945 as a government-owned corporation under the name "Centrala Importowo-Eksportowa Chemikalii i Aparatury Chemicznej" and, interestingly enough, it was in the form of a limited liability company. At the beginning it exported soda ash, carbide and zinc white. The core activities including production of soda ash, fertilizers, evaporated salt and phosphorus compounds. The Company’s strategy envisages growth through acquisitions.

Pic.1: The Ciech Group organizational chart.

Ciech Chemical Group is divided for three different groups:
* Soda Division: generates for the Ciech Chemical Group 36% sales revenues from its products, which have already gained a dominant share in numerous European markets. The Division sales are based mainly on soda ash, its major product (82% revenues) and at the same time the most prominent product in the entire Group (approx. 30% of revenues). Furthermore, the Soda Division is a well-respected supplier of vacuum pan salt and soda-related products. * Organic Division: TDI is the most prominent product of the Division, from which are made polyurethane foams, coverings, adhesives, binders and sealing compounds. Since establishment of the Organic Division in January 2007, integration of Organika-Sarzyna and Zachem with Ciech has continued. It accounts for one of the strategic assignments of the Division, and comprises those lines specialising in marketing and sales, purchasing, logistics and in the domain of research and...
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