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Objectives

The objectives of this project report comprising:


To describe what is business process
To define business processes of a manufacturing organization
To discuss flow of work using Enterprise Systems in this Organization

What is business process?


Its how we do what we do!
Is triggered by an external business event

Is comprised of all the activities necessary to provide the appropriate


business outcomes in response to the triggering business events

Transforms inputs of all types into outputs, according to guidance (policies,


standards, procedures, rules etc.) employing reusable resources of all types

Contains activities which usually cross functions and often organizational


units

Have performance indicators for which measurable objectives can be set and
actual performance evaluated

Delivers a product or service to an external stakeholder or another internal


process
Usually connects to other processes

Input

Order

Proce
ss

Manufactu
ring

Outpu
t

Delivery

What are Enterprise Systems?


Enterprise Systems attempt to integrate all data and processes of an organization
into a unified system. A typical ERP system will use multiple components of
computer software and hardware to achieve the integration. A key ingredient of
most ERP systems is the use of a unified database to store data for the various
system modules.

SCM
Production
/
Manufactu
ring

Accounts /
Marketing

Sales /
Marketing

Cntriliz
ed
Databa
se
Syate
m

Human
Resource /
Admin

Indus Pharma (Pvt.) Ltd


Company Profile
Indus Pharma has been recognized as one of the most reputed
pharmaceutical manufacturer of Pakistan. It is fully equipped to
meet domestic as well as export requirements.
Indus Pharma (Pvt.) Ltd. was established in the year 1969 with a
modest set-up comprising of an injectable plant and a single room
sales office.
Over the last 35 years the company has steadily progressed to attain
the current status of a major player in Pakistans pharmaceutical
industry. Today Indus Pharma (Pvt.) Ltd. accomplishments include:
A major manufacturing facility with elaborate capability of producing
a wide array of pharmaceutical products.
All this under most stringent quality assurance standards
incorporating state-of-the-art equipment such as Computerized
optical inspection machine, being the only unit in the whole
pharmaceutical industry of Pakistan possessing this particular
facility.
The human resources comprises a dedicated workforce of five
hundred individuals organized in the departments of Production,
Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Maintenance, Finance and
Administration, Planning and Marketing.
With a current growth rate of twenty three percent which is much
above that of compatriot pharmaceutical industry the outlook for
Indus Pharma (Pvt.) Ltd. is fairly positive.

Components Used in Business Process of Indus


Hardware

Client Computers
Servers
Connection Medium
Hub
Router
Switches
Network Interface Devices

Software
Operating System
Microsoft Windows Server Software
Enterprise Software
BMS Business Management Software
Currently Indus is using centralized database system (BMS) through .net application
of ERP.
This application software is made by Indus own software engineers to run internal
process of organization.

Organizational Structure of Indus Pharma


Sales
Sub Departments
Marketing
Export
Regulatory
Finance
Sub Departments
Accounts
Audit
Distribution
Sub Department
Invoicing
MSD

Supply Chain
Sub Departments

Planning
Inventory
Warehouse
Import
Purchase
Material Management

Production
Sub Departments

Manufacturing
Packaging
Engineering & Maintenance
QA / QC
R&D

Human Resource
Sub Departments
Admin
Recruitment

Modules of ERP in Indus Pharma


Enterprise Modules

Planning
Goals
Objectives
Targets
Strategy
Control
Security

Fixed Assets
Sales & Marketing Modules

Planning
Objectives & Goals
Forecasting
Promotional Activities
Budget
Order Receiving
Order Processing
Order Evaluation
Price Increase
Price Re-fixation
Events Management
Market Analysis

SCM Modules

Check & Maintain Inventory


Material Management
Distribution & Transit
Purchase
Store
Valuation
Import Material

Production Modules

Production Planning
Control
Scheduling
Production Capacity
Quality
Dispatching
Products Analysis

Finance Modules

Account Payable
Account Receivable
Funds management
Balance Sheet Processing
Schedules
Costing
Management Accounts

Human Resource Management Modules

Personnel
Managing Payroll
Accounts Handling
Recruitment
Salaries
Employees Appraisals
Labor Cost

Benefits of ERP in Business Processes

Business integration
Flexibility
Better Analysis & planning capabilities
Use of latest technology
Better management of resources reducing the cost
Customer satisfaction increase due to shorter delivery cycle
Business operations transparency between business partners &
customers
The ability to easily share data across

Implementations & Suggestions

Conclusion

An ERP implementation is a huge commitment from the organization,


costing millions of dollars, and can take up to several years to
complete.
However, when it is integrated successfully, the benefits can be
enormous.
A well-designed and properly integrated ERP system allows the most
updated information to be shared among various business functions,
thereby resulting in tremendous cost savings and increased
efficiency.

Thank You