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ISBP350: Enterprise Resource Planning

Description:Principles and techniques for planning and managing resource use in organizations; ERP procurement, vendors (Oracle, SAP, etc.), framework, supply-chain management, demand management, inventory management, master scheduling, and material and capacity planning; Technology, architecture and implementation of integrated package solutions; Tools and functionality of leading ERP systems. Case studies and current trends.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning, Monk, E. & Wagner, B., G., 2005.
Coordinator: Tony Ng
Topics Outline:
  1. Business Functions, Processes & Data Requirements
  2. Development of ERP
  3. ERP Component 1 :- Marketing & Sales Functions
  4. ERP Component 2 :- Production & Material Mgt Systems
  5. ERP Component 3 :- Accounting & HRM with ERP
  6. Future of ERP: WWW & E-Commerce
Outcomes:
  1. Explain the purpose of a typical business enterprise?s core functional areas.
  2. Define the evolution of business computing and the development of current ERP systems.
  3. Analyze potential problems with non-integrated Information Systems within core functional areas
  4. Discuss models of core business processes
  5. Identify current issues relating to the implementation of ERP systems
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Pre-requisiteITBP307: Information Systems Fundamentals
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