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By rajeshkrsaini at 14 Apr 2010 - 07:44
Dear Consultant,

What is the standard procedure for ERP audit.
Is it the procedure which they are following such as creation of Item code & Creation of Business Partner after gathering all the required information.
Creation of Sales & Purchase Order with all the information .
Providing all the information to Top mangement from ERP.

Have anybody done Audit please share your views.


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by Mario on April 14, 2010 - 8:13am
Hi Rajesh,

Standard all parameter tables are in audit. Additional to that you can specify any other table you want to audit. Some ERP customers want to monitor who changes business partners (bank account info). To have put sales / purchase order in audit has not a reall advantage, you have all ready history, which will show all changes and keep versions of most change made to sales/purchase orders.

Regards, Mario

by rawal79 on April 20, 2010 - 7:46pm
Hi Rajesh

The ERP audit is conducted to evaluate the usage of Functionalities and the optimum utilization of resources.

There can be different perspective for conducting the audit :

Management Perspective :

Are all business processes mapped in ERP?
How much discipline is followed in making the Entries?
What is the productivity loss in time spend on making data entries in ERP?
Is there need for automation of processes or Barcoding integration for key business process for minimizing the time to enter the data.
What is the authenticity of MIS reports generated from ERP.
How to plan the Roll over activity for branches and other new business expansions.

Key User Perspective:
Are there any Business Processes, which are still Unmapped in ERP.
How to reduce time in making entries.
What is the authenticity of data entered
Are end users following the correct procedure as defined in mapping documents.

Amit Rawal

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