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ERP Seminar Report - 2005:

Hundreds of IT training seminars are conducted since 1975....  Brief reports / pictures.

  • 07 December 05.  Enthusiastic response from participants of the ERP seminar held by Zaveri, Pune, India.

  • “All modules of ERP have been discussed in presentation. It is a unique presentation to enhance correctness of Business reports and MIS reports.... All modules discussed where properly understood by all the audience...Speakers are good and they have given proper reply to all queries raised by me and other participants”.....Mr. JT.

  • "Speakers adequately covered all the topics related to ERP"....Mr. VS.

  • "ERP – Adequately talked about keeping in mind the time given....Jyotindra Zaveri is a very good speaker and effective in putting things across"....Mrs. KA.

  • "Both the speakers spoke well. They are masters in the subjects ERP and RFID"....Mr. RPB.

  • "As usual the seminar was very informative and linked to ground realities and practical issues.... It has stressed on the importance of procedural discipline and need for top management commitment"...Both your presentation and that of Mr. Bhagwat was excellent and not highbrow"....Mr. SSK.

  • "Satisfied with Bom, Work Order, Purchase, Sub-contracting, Sales..... Slides with form layouts made it easier to understand the topic. Speaker was very friendly and prompt to answer the queries with examples"....Mrs. DST.

  • "Inventory module covered deeply. I think most of the important modules required for SMEs are covered"....Mr. PPS.

Here is a brief report about the ERP Seminar held in Pune, India, on 7 December 2005.

 

The Forty people in the conference included Directors, executives, IT Professionals, Consultants, Chartered Accountant, Excise experts, etc., from various industry from Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, etc. 

1.      Mr. M. S. Bhagwat, Technical Director, M-Tech Innovations Ltd., spoke on the exciting topic of RFID in Supply Chain - Myth and Reality.    He gave a lucid presentation on RFID tags and RFID readers. Most participants saw the RFID tag for the first time.  The RFID tag is paper thin, flexible and designed for applications requiring optimum read / write distance (about one meter) at minimum cost.  He sited example of Wal-Mart.  This antenna is ready for applications in airline baggage, parcel delivery, document tracking or general logistics, assembly line, etc.  Inventory management using RFID tag can be done efficiently, by interfacing with ERP software.  He did a fair comparison with existing bar code label technology.  He explained that RFID chip (passive tags) does not require battery.  He told participants about the EPC (Electronic Product Code) and anti-theft device.  Unlike bar code there is no wear and tear in case of RFID.  Each RFID tag carries a unique number (in the world).  Mr. Bhagwat explained seven steps to implement RFID solutions.  He also stressed on necessary BPR before planning for the RFID integration.  

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2.      Mr. Jyotindra Zaveri demonstrated some advance features of ERP modules and procedures.  He discussed in-depth various aspects of costing module, production module, complex accounting scenarios such as automatic branch / region / depot / accounting creating mirror JV was demonstrated.  Preparing consolidated Trial Balance.  Sending or receiving data electronically for multi locations.  Mr. Zaveri also stressed the need to involve top management in ERP implementation.  He briefly dwelled on integrating import purchase procedures.  Linking of sales schedule with ERP.  Sub-contractor module where the material is given out for processing was discussed in great details, as to how ERP can easily keep track of material in various locations.  He presented various aspects of Supply Chain Management in ERP.  Capturing of ‘End piece’ wastage and scrap data in ERP is automatic.  He demonstrated various kinds of Bill of Material.  How easily the changes in the design can be captured when the BOM is revised – Engineering changes – by automatic Revision number in the BOM master database.

 

The interface of the speakers with the participants was thought provoking.   We thank participants for the encouraging feedback.

  • 08 June 2005 Report about the ERP Seminar held  at Hotel Le Meridian, Pune, India.

The FIFTY people in the audience included IT Professionals, Consultants, CEO / MD / Directors, executives from various business organizations.  Speakers were as follows:

  • Mr. Janakiraman, who is an ERP specialist with several years experience in India and abroad, especially with JD Edward ERP software.  He gave a lucid presentation on various important topics related to ERP.  He explained the need for the ERP software and sited some examples from real life situations.  He also explained the seamless ERP database, which is totally integrated that insures consistent and accurate information across the enterprise.

  • Mr. Arvind Kurlekar, M.S. (USA), who was involved in SAP implementation in TATA Motors, gave a special talk on BPR (Business process reengineering).  He said that ‘ERP and BPR are synonymous’.   Traditional ways of doing business don’t work anymore.  Customers, Competition and Change (three C) have created a new world of business today in which companies must move fast or they won’t be moving at all.  Task oriented jobs are obsolete; instead, companies must organize work around “PROCESSES”.

  • Mr. Pradeep Shrivastva from Minda Stoneridge Instruments Ltd. shared his experience about ERP implementation.

  • Dr. S. S. Sundararajan, who has done Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Computer Applications in “Real Time Enterprise”; addressed the audience on the topic of 'Importance of Extended Enterprise ERP'.  He has held top position in Selectica (pioneer in e-commerce).  He dwelt on lean manufacturing and digital supply chain.  Dr. Sundararajan said that "ERP Project implementation is a journey and not the end in itself."  According to him, ERP in the future should have Self-service features for customers, suppliers and employees and future connectivity to ERP using cell phones should also be possible.   He would like to promote and encourage self-help paradigm.  He is currently associated with IAL Technologies Ltd.

  • Mr. Jyotindra Zaveri, who has designed and developed ERP package called DNS (Digital Nervous System), demonstrated some modules with a particular focus on the Production module.  He explained the Work Order and Production entry taking examples.  A write-up on e-Manufacturing enumerating his experience was given to each participant.  He showed a clipping from a movie ‘Bombay to Goa’ where the conductor (Mahmood) is tying mouth of the child (son of Mukari).  He explained that customization should be limited but it is not easy for user (child) to understand unless the CEO puts his foot down and tries to control unlimited demand for customization in the ERP package.  Mr. Zaveri explained the implementation strategy and importance of the ‘CRP’ run (conference room pilot).  He stressed on having a strong IT infrastructure and need of ERP coordinator, before embarking onto the ERP project.  He empathized on need of top management commitment and said that all key users from the company must give lot of time, especially experienced and top executives.  He described how the Work Order and Production entry is linked with BOM (Bill of Material).  He deliberated on the topic of ‘RFID’.

It was a full day program. The interaction of the speakers with the participants was stimulating.  It gave valuable insights on some of today’s business challenges.   Excellent feedback was received from all participants, most of them asking for more advance level training.

 

ERP Forum – Report of 28 August 04 program:

 

The thirty people in the audience included IT Professionals, Chartered Accountants, Consultants, CEO / MD / Directors, executives from various functions.  It was a short (two hours) program.  Excellent feedback was received from all participants, most of them asking for more.

Faculties were as follows: 

1.      Mr. S. K. Joshi, (BE (Mech), PGDIE, MMS Certified Lead Auditor), who has twenty years industry experience, shared his experience of ERP implementation in TBW and Forbes Marshall.  Mr. Joshi made lucid presentation on ‘ERP Implementation- Learning from Experiences’.  He gave valuable tips on various aspect of ERP such as CRP run, etc.  He emphasized on need for ‘Ace-men-power’ for successful ERP implementation.  He commented that many times HOD tends to send a trainee or a junior person while ERP is being deployed, which is not at all desirable.  The organization must spare senior and most experienced personnel during customization, implementation, and training period.

2.      Mr. Arvind Kurlekar, M.S. (USA), who was involved in SAP implementation in TATA Motors, took part in the panel discussion.  He explained the ‘Big-Bang’ approach of implementing ERP.

3.      Mr. Jyotindra Zaveri, who has designed and developed ERP package called DNS (Digital Nervous System), demonstrated various modules with a particular focus on the Production module.  He explained the Work Order and Production entry taking examples.

  • ERP Seminar – Report of 24 July 04 program:

 

The sixty people in the audience included IT Professionals, Chartered Accountants, Consultants, CEO / MD / Directors, executives from various functions such as Finance, Production, EDP, Marketing, Purchase, etc.  Over 22 organizations participated from various cities such as Pune, Mumbai, Karad, Solapur, Kolhapur, and Jejuri.

 

Eminent guest speakers were as follows:

 

1.      Mr. Abhay Mate, Chartered Accountant and Certified Information System Auditor, gave very informative talk on the topic of ‘The Success and failure of ERP’. 

2.      Mr. Aniruddha Paithankar, Charted Accountant, G. M. (Commercial), Desai Brothers Ltd., (Food Division – Mother’s Recipe), actual user of ERP package (Digital Nervous System ERP Software), gave important advise on ERP implementation to participants.

3.      Mr. Arvind Kurlekar, M.S. (USA), who was actively involved in SAP implementation in TATA Motors, gave a lucid talk on Business Process Reengineering (BPR).

4.      Mr. Milind Kshirsgar VP & Circle Head (Enterprise) Maharashtra and Goa, Reliance Infocomm Ltd. enlightened the delegates on Reliance Broadband Services.

5.      Mr. Nilay Shah, who was involved with online reverse auctions for multi-million dollar procurement projects for Fortune 500 companies in USA, user of ERP package (Digital Nervous System ERP Software) in Litel IR Systems, Bhosari, shared his valuable experience.

6.      Mr. S. B. Kulkarni (AICWA, DCA, DBM, DBF), CFO, and IT head in Bajaj group explained Business Controlling and Automation.

 

Mr. Jyotindra Zaveri deliberated on various modules by demonstrating ERP Software package (DNS - Digital Nervous System).

 

Report on the ERP Seminar done on 28 May 2003:

 

I am happy to inform you that I had organized a seminar focusing on software packages such as ERP  – Enterprise Resource Planning.  Seminar was found useful for organizations that are planning to venture for ERP (Integrated software package) as well as organizations who have already ventured but are not getting the desired results due to implementation failure.  ERP attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company onto a single computer system that can serve all those different departments' particular needs. Mr. Zaveri explained that integrated approach can have a tremendous payback if companies install the software correctly.

ERP and SCM concepts explained: A case study was presented giving details of various modules of ERP, such as Sales, MRP, Purchase, Stores, Sub-contractor, PPC, Production,  etc.

 

Guest Speakers:

  1. Mr. Ravi Patodia, Executive Director from Patodia Glass Industries stressed the need of top management involvement in ERP

  2. Mr. Hemant Karandikar, Director Intense Marketing gave useful tips on how ERP can be successful, based on his experience in two ERP implementation in Global Weighing (where he was MD) and Philips India (where he was GM Marketing).

  3. Mr. Johnson Das, Dy. Manager, Kalyani Forge Ltd. ERP explained salient points of ERP implementation.

Profile of participants:   Directors, IT professionals, Chartered Accountants, Executive from various functions such as Finance, Production, Marketing, etc.  from small, medium and large business / manufacturing organizations attended the program.

  • 29 April 2005:  ERP Software developed and successfully implemented by Jyotindra Zaveri in Mother's Recipe a div of Desai Brothers.

ERP software success story made in India used in India by SME food industry = Life time achievement. Here is the ERP testimonial. 

Click here to see the ERP Case study - Food industry.

ERP Software developed and successfully implemented by Jyotindra Zaveri in Mother's Recipe


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