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ISBP309: Enterprise Information Systems

Description:This course focuses on enterprise-level information systems, technologies, and infrastructures used by large organizations. The course provides the fundamental knowledge associated with the managerial, technological, and organizational issues of enterprise-wide information systems, which are beyond the traditional organizational boundaries. Course topics include: introduction to enterprise systems; enterprise systems architecture; systems integration; enterprise-wide information systems development life cycle; implementation strategies; software and vendor selection; pre- and post-implementation; project management; organizational change and business process reengineering (BPR); global, ethics, and security management issues; supply chain management systems; and customer relationship management (CRM) systems
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Luvai F. Motiwalla and Jeff Thompson, Enterprise Systems for Management, Pearson
Coordinator: Yacine Atif
Topics Outline:
  1. Introduction to Enterprise Systems
  2. Systems Integration
  3. Development Life Cycle
  4. Implementation Strategies
  5. Software & Vendor Selection
  6. Program & Project Management
  7. Organizational Change & BPR
  8. Global, Ethics & Security Management
  9. Supply Chain Management
  10. Customer Relationship Management
  1. Understand Enterprise information systems
  2. Integrate enterprise-wide information systems
  3. Architect enterprise information systems
  4. Explain enterprise-wide information systems development life-cycle
  5. Implement strategies of large scale information systems infrastructure
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Pre-requisiteITBP307: Information Systems Fundamentals
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