Textbook of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is principally aimed at practicing management professionals planning to implement Enterprise Resource Planning in their set-up whether small, medium or large, as well as for students undergoing a course in ERP. Although many textbooks are available in the world market today and inevitably overlap due to the nature of the subject, it is felt that no book covers the entire length and breadth of the issues involved in a single treatise. This book shall fill in that gap. The book is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the basic principles and its application. This, however, should not deter other practitioners, who have already implemented ERP and are grappling with day-to-day issues involved in the practice of ERP, from considering this book. It provides the reader not only a variety of case studies from the industry, but also personal experiences and reflections of the authors. In this book, an attempt has been made to bring forth all issues that are essential for end-to-end coverage of ERP and its application and help the practitioners in resolving issues involved in ERP implementation.
This book Useful for Management students.
1.Understanding ERP-based Enterprise Systems
2.Building Business Case for ERP-ES Systems
3.Computing Architecture of ERP-ES
4.Comparative Analysis of ERP Software
5.Evaluation of ERP Solutions
6.ERP Enabled Business Process Re-engineering
7.ERP-ES Enabled Best Business Practices
8.ERP Implementation Project Management
9.Managing Integration of Best-of-Breed ES Solution
10.Business Benefits of ERP-ES
11.Managing ERP-ES Enabled Change
12.IT Infrastructure Planning for ERP-ES