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    • OP01 – Enterprise Resource Planning By : Prof. A. D. Raoot
    • OBJECTIVE
      • Impart practical knowledge in improving business processes
      • Application of information Technology to gain competitive advantage
      • Enterprise Business Systems
    • CONTENTS
      • Enterprise Resource Planning
      • Business Process modeling
      • Sell
      • Buy
      • Make
      • Control
      • Integrate
      • Relationships
    • Enterprise Resource Planning
      • A business organization.
      • Complex, living system, continuously changing.
      • The enterprise actually operates as a complex system, with many parts that interact to function as a whole.
    • Enterprise Resource Planning
      • In addition to organizational structure an enterprise’s system includes its economic and social environment; the customers it serves, other enterprises with which it cooperates to achieve its objectives; and the internal processes that are designed to set strategic direction, identify and satisfy the customers, and acquire and provide the resources necessary to keep the enterprise running .
    • What is ERP?
      • Enterprise resource planning software or ERP, doesn't live up to its acronym. Forget about planning—it doesn't do much of that—and forget about resource, a throwaway term. But remember the enterprise part. This is ERP's true ambition.
      • It attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company onto a single computer system that can serve all those different departments' particular needs .
      • Christopher Koch
      • Executive Editor, CIO
    • Enterprise System
      • Do the enterprise’s strategy and the business relationships it had formed address the external forces in the industry?
      • Does the design of the business processes established by the enterprise support its strategic objectives?
    • Enterprise System
      • Has management gained a complete perception of the business risks that could affect achievement of the strategic business process objectives?
      • Does the design of the management control framework adequately address the business risks?
      • Does the management monitor and measure those factors that are critical to the achievement of its business objectives?
    • OP01 - Session Plan Week Topic Sessions 1 Managing an enterprise with information 2 2 Overview of ERP 2 3 ERP Implementation issues 2 4 Putting an Enterprise into Enterprise System 1 5 Cisco’s ERP Implementation 1 6 Business Modeling and ARIS 2
    • OP01 - Session Plan Week Topic Sessions 7 ERP Life Cycle 2 8 Overview of SAP R/3 1 9 Business Processes and Organization Structure - 1 (SD, MM, PP) 3 10 Business Processes and Organization Structure - 2 (FI, CO) 2 11 Enterprise Business Systems (SCM , CRM, SRM, Web enablement) 2 12 ERP Trends, Wrap up and Presentations 4
    • Text & Reference Books
      • Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning, Brady, Monk, Wagner
      • ERP Systems, Daniel E O’Leary, 2000
      • Industrial Engineering Handbook, G. Salvaendy (Chapters 2, 3, 9, 11)
      • Manufacturing Resource Planning, K. Sheikh, Tata McGraw Hill, 2001
      • Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems, Vollmen T. E., Glagotia, 1998
      • SAP R/3 Business Blueprint, T Curran and G. Keller, Prentice Hall, 1998
      • SAP R/3 Implementation Guide, Bradley D. Hiquet, Techmedia, 1998
    • Journals
      • Production Planning And Control
      • International Journal of Production economics
      • Journal of Operations Management
      • Harvard Business Review
      • Production and Inventory management
      • APICS Conference Proceedings
    • WEB RESOURCES
      • cio.com
      • www4.gartner.com
      • ISWorld Net India
      • erpassist.com
      • computerworld.com
      • www.datamation.com
    • Evaluation
      • Case Studies - 15
      • Review of Articles, Case
      • & Presentation - 25
      • Final Exam - 60