MIT643 Enterprise Resource Planning
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|Year 2, Semester 2
|MIT502 Database Systems
|Typical study commitment:
|Students will on average spend 10 hours per week over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
|Scheduled learning activities:
|4 timetabled hours per week, 6 personal study hours per week
|Other resource requirements:
|Students will need access to lab computers or will need their own laptops in order to carry out lab exercises and assignments. Students will need to use Microsoft Dynamics-365-ERP:
The main objective of this unit is to develop the necessary design and implementation skills for providing enterprise resource planning solutions. By completing this unit, the students will learn how integrating core business processes in one single application, will help companies maximize the efficiency of business processes across the entire organization including increases in on-time delivery, productivity, forecasting demand and production capacity. This unit aims to provide the fundamental understanding of various Enterprise Systems, functions and modules and how they can be integrated into a business context. The unit also helps students understand the usage of ERP for monitoring and controlling business processes while providing practically oriented solutions to the design and implementation of ERP. The students will acquire those skills to design a framework by which a business can decide to provide more value at a lower cost which increases its competitive advantage.
Unit learning outcomes (ULO)
On the successful completion of this units student will be able to:
|Describe basic business functional areas and explains how they are related.
|Deduce and analyze how integrated information systems will support business functions and business processes across functional area boundaries.
|Explain how ERP systems can help solve accounting and financial reporting problems that occur in an unintegrated system.
|Describe how an integrated information system can support effective human resources processes.
|Develop an event process chain (EPC) diagram of the business Process and evaluate the value added by each step in a business process.
|Describe and outline the importance of ERP and Business Intelligence Technologies such as cloud and mobile computing, service-oriented architecture (SOA), Web services, and the unique components of NetWeaver.
|Interpret and critique future trends of ERP systems and associated technologies to address the increasingly complex and evolving environments.
Topics to be included in the unit
|A Foundation for Understanding Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
|Re-engineering and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
|Planning, Design, and Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
|ERP Systems: Sales and Marketing
|ERP Systems: Accounting and Finance
|ERP Systems: Production and Materials Management
|ERP Systems: Human Resources
|ERP Systems: Supply Chain Management and Warehouse Management
|ERP Systems Technology 1: IoT and Cloud Computing
|ERP Systems Technology 2: Business Intelligence and Mobile Computing
|Enterprise Resource Planning: theories and research trends Part1
|Enterprise Resource Planning: theories and research trends Part2 & Revision
|Grading and weighting
(% total mark for unit)
|Indicative due week
|Assessment 1: Class Participation
|Assessment 2: Quiz
|Assessment 3: Group Report
|Assessment 4: Group Presentation
|Assessment 5: Final Exam
|Final exam week
The assessment due weeks provided may change. Your lecturer will clarify the exact assessment requirements, including the due date, at the start of the teaching period.