|Course ID:||MIST 5650. 3 hours. |
|Course Title:||Integrated Enterprise-Wide Systems|
|An introduction to issues of computer information systems
supporting business process integration in large organizations.
Problems that traditionally fragmented information systems
create, the possibility of purchasable enterprise-wide integrated
systems (often called Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP
systems), and the benefits and difficulties of implementing such
|Oasis Title:||ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS|
|Offered every year. |
|Grading System:||A-F (Traditional)|
1. Students will be familiar with the conceptual problems of
integration, the conditions that make these problems more
severe, and possible courses of action. They will be able to use
these concepts to interpret and make recommendations when
presented with case study evidence from real firms.
2. Students will be familiar enough with one example ERP (SAP)
that they will be able to use the system to carry out basic
operations and retrieve standard information, as well as carrying
out simple configuration exercises.
3. Students will understand the difficulties of implementing an
ERP system, and be able to make recommendations based on facts
about a hypothetical company attempting that.
Integrated business processes and organizational impact.
Business reference models and variations on key processes.
Business Processes: Sales and Distribution.
Costs and Benefits of Standards: Data and Processes.
Hands-on experience with the leading Enterprise System, SAP.
Problems with ERP.
Strategic and Organizational issues.
|Honor Code Reference:|
Individual assignments in this category are to be accomplished
individually. This means that you are not to solve problems
together or compare answers prior to turning in the the work.
Cooperative efforts on individual work are violations of
acadmic honesty, and will result in referral to the appropriate
university body. Please refer to the University's academic
honesty policy for more details.