(course code : ERP 562)
This course provides a overview of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Business process reengineering and their impact on organizations. SAP is introduced to illustrate the concepts, fundamentals, framework, general information technology context, the technological infrastructure, and integration of business enterprise-wide applications.
This module provides a broad understanding of the functionality and capabilities of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems. On successful completion of the module students will be able to:
• Understand the role of ERP in the context of the Business Strategy
• Understand the concepts and role of Business process Re-engineering (BRP) in ERP implementation
• Understand the core Business Processes of an organization
• Understand and demonstrate an appreciation of the core interactions and dependencies that exist between the key functions of a business
• Demonstrated understanding in the role of information systems in the support of business functions and, particularly, cross-functional business processes
• Understand the success rates, challenges of ERP implementation and ways to handle them
• Get an overview of the SAP software for implementing the key functions of the Business
1. Understand and bring in the business value of the ERP to the organization in the context of Business strategy 2. Understand the Business Process Reengineering concepts 3. Understand the Processes of Key Business functions like Marketing, Finance, and Materials Management. 4. Understand the major reasons for the failures of the ERP and develop skills to prevent these failures 5. Overview of SAP Software
Recommended Text book:
• Text Book-1:
Managerial Issues of ERP Systems, David L. Olson, Tata Mcgraw-Hill, 2004 Edition • Text Book-2:
Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning, Ellen Monk & Bret Wagner, Cengage
Learning, Third edition
Reference text books:
• E-Business and ERP: Rapid Implementation and Project Planning, by Murrell G. Shields (2001), New York: Wiley. • Wallace TF & Kremzar MH (2001), ERP, Making it Happen, The Implementers’ Guide to Success with Enterprise Resource Planning, New York: Wiley.
|Session no |Topic |Reading materials |Learning objectives |Case study/class room discussion | |1 |Introduction to ERP & |Chapter 1 & 2 of |To understand the business value provided |Class Room discussion | | |Establishing the |Text book-1 and |by the ERP in the context of Business | | | |business value of ERP |materials provided |Strategy | | | |Initiative |by Faculty | | | |2 |Business Process |Chapter 4: of Text |To understand the Business Process |Class room Discussion | | |Reengineering and best |book-1 |Engineering and challenges involved in BPR| | | |practices | | | | |3 |Introduction to Business|Chap-1 & 2 Text |To understand the concept of Business |Class room Discussion | | |Processes and Functions |book-2 |Process and sales order Business Process. | | | |& Marketing Information | | | | | |Systems...
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