Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: define and explain the principles and the importance of integrated information systems; describe the distinguishing modular characteristics of ERP software; analyze different business functions that can be integrated in SAP’s ERP system; develop the process models of an ERP system; analyze the key issues in managing an ERP implementation project; describe the significance of web technologies to ERP; explain the different methods of a business process analysis; apply the multitude of analytical tools to model, analyze, understand, and design business processes; perform an analysis using analytical queuing methods; use simulation software to model, analyze, and design business processes; as well as build analytical models for a cycle-time analysis and capacity decisions.
This course provides an introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Topics cover the fundamentals of the ERP environment and its tools. The viewpoint is from an implementation perspective. This course is also about analytical business process models and designs including an introduction to simulation. The course will approach the business process design from a broad, quantitative model perspective. Through this course, students will be exposed to various analytical tools that can be used to model, analyze, understand, and ultimately design business processes.
Pre-requisite(s): Contemporary MIS & Algorithms
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