Subject Detail Subject code: 711804 Subject title: Enterprise Resource Planning Number of credit: 3(3 - 0) S.1 THU 13:00 – 16:00 5A09 for MMIST-R S.2 WED 18:00 – 21:00 5A09 for MMIST-T S.3 THU 18:00 – 21:00 4A02 for MMIST-T
Course description examines the evolution of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems studies the issues that managers will need to consider in implementing ERP systems examine the general nature of enterprise computing, re-engineering principles technical foundations of client/server systems enterprise information architectures
Course description learn about the different vendors of enterprise information systems and their products the tools and methodology, modules, processes, and industry initiatives the future and predict ERP trends the potential and limitations of ERP systems
Objectives/Learning outcomes/Capability development This course encourages students to develop an understanding of the impact of ERP systems on business and to understand the issues involved in the design and implementation of these systems.
Objectives/Learning outcomes/Capability development Ability to apply the knowledge and skills obtained to study further concepts in ERP systems and business; Ability to communicate and interpret ideas related to the principles of ERP systems in a business environment; Ability to critically analyze business practices, IT systems and processes;
Objectives/Learning outcomes/Capability development Ability to expand analytical knowledge of the global business IT environment; Ability to develop an awareness of the relationship between strategic thinking, the use of IT and change management; Ability to recognize the changing needs of customers and the resulting impact on resources.
Objectives/Learning outcomes/Capability development Identify the factors that lead to the development and implementation of ERP systems; Discuss the pros and cons of implementing an ERP system; Describe how an integrated information system can support effective and efficient business processes; Create process models that assist with process improvement and ERP implementation.
สัปดาห์ ที่ เนื้อหาวิชากิจกรรม 01 Introduction, Organization of Enterprises, Industries and their Logistics, Industry Information Requirements. Smart Organizations in the Digital Age. Information System for Enterprise Lecture 02 Definition of ERP Systems, Goal of ERP Systems for business., Drivers of Profit, Profit Structure Diagram, Benefits of ERP, Evolution of MRP/MRP II/and ERP. Enterprise Architecture, Block Diagram of ERP Assignment 1
สัปดา ห์ที่ เนื้อหาวิชากิจกรรม 06 ERP System Sales and Marketing 02Assignment 3 07 ERP System Sales and Marketing 03 - 08Midterm exam - 09 ERP System Production and Materials Management 01 Software exercises 3
สัปดาห์ที่เนื้อหาวิชากิจกรรม 10 ERP System Production and Materials Management 02 Assignment 4 11 ERP System Accounting and Finance 01 Software exercises 4 12 ERP System Accounting and Finance 02 - 13 ERP System Human ResourcesSoftware exercises 5
สัปดาห์ที่เนื้อหาวิชากิจกรรม 14 Implementation of ERP Systems, Methodologies, The Hidden Costs, Organizing the implementation, Project Management and Monitoring Assignment 5 15 Case Studies, Integrating ERP with other Systems of the Enterprise, Student Projects Discussions / presentation Projects presentation 16 Final exam. -
Overview of Learning Activities In order to develop the stated course capabilities, you are expected to actively participate in the following learning activities: Regular attendance and active participation in scheduled lectures; Reading of course notes and other assigned reading materials; Satisfactory completion of assessment tasks.
Overview of Learning Activities The learning activities will provide you with the opportunity to reflect and develop your creativity and critical thinking. While a minimum attendance standard is not compulsory in this course, satisfactory completion of the program is required. Most students will find that regular class attendance is needed to achieve the necessary standard to pass this course.
Overview of Learning Resources Resources can be accessed via: Online; Information regarding access will be given in the first class; or Lectures and practical sessions; or Textbook.
Overview of Assessment The assessment for this course is on the basis of the satisfactory completion of a set of assignments, a practical project and exam. A timeline to assist you to manage your studies and due dates for receipt of assignments will be provided to you at the start of semester. If you are unable to stick to the timeline, contact your lecturer to make alternative arrangements. For clarification of assessment tasks, email your lecturer.
Assignment Practice/research assignment Reading assignment (papers from journals) Software exercises Practice on SAP R/3 Practice on open-source ERP software Practice on Trial-version of commercial ERP software Term project Develop small ERP software
Recommended Text Books Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning, 2nd Edition, Monk and Wagner, Course Technology, ISBN: 0-619-21663-8, 2006. Enterprise Resource Planning, Mary Sumner, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville.
Reference Books Sams Teach Yourself SAP™ in 24 Hours, Second Edition, George Anderson, Danielle Larocca, Sams Publishing, November 07, 2005. Sams Teach Yourself SAP R/3 in 10 Minutes, Simon Sharpe, Sams Publishing, February 26, 1999. The SAP R/3 Handbook, Second Edition, José Antonio Hernández, The McGraw−Hill Companies, Inc., 1997. SAP R/3 Implementation Guide: A Manager’s guide to Understanding SAP; KLA, Inc. Bradley D.
Instructor Instructor: Dr. Supot Nitsuwat, Assistant Professor of Information technology Office: 6th floor IT Building Office Phone: (02) 913-2500 Ext. 2703; Fax (02) 912- 2019 Office Hours: Mo 09:00 am to 12:00 pm, Tu 09:00 am to 06:00 pm, Th 09:00 am to 12:00 pm, and Fr 09:00 am to 06:00 pm, By Appointment e-mail:email@example.com@kmutnb.ac.th URL: http://126.96.36.199/teacher/supot/