ERP 3.pdf - BCO6603 ERP SYSTEMS Manvinder Singh s4627874 Tutor Gani Zoohan \u201cGoing Live Is Not The End Of The ERP Journey\u201d Abstract Enterprise

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BCO6603 ERP SYSTEMS “Going Live Is Not The End Of The ERP Journey” Manvinder Singh: s4627874 Tutor: Gani Zoohan
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Manvinder i Singh i i s4627874 1 Abstract 2 Enterprise i Resource i Planning 2 The i possible i stages i in i an i ERP i systems i journey 3 First i stage 3 Second i stage 4 Third i stage 5 ERP i implementation i in i Omantel: i A i case i Study 5 Strategic i drivers 6 Why i an i ERP i systems i journey i may i never i end 6 Conclusion 7 Reference 8
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Manvinder i Singh i i s4627874 2 Abstract: i In i the i last i few i years, i there i has i been i a i revolution i in i the i companies i where i the i implementation i of i Enterprise i Resources i Planning i system i have i the i intention i to i integrate i information i and i standardize i the i process i to i have i an i effetely i management i of i all i the i company . i “ERP i is i a i packaged i business i software i system i that i allows i a i company i to: i automate i and i integrate i the i majority i of i their i processes, i share i common i data i and i practices i across i the i entire i enterprise, i and i produce i and i access i information i in i a i real-time i environment” i (DeloitteConsulting, i 1999). i ERP i also i is i the i most i popular i software, i which i helps i to i big i and i medium i companies i to i reduce i the i limitations i of i fragmented i and i incompatible i legacy i systems i (Robey, i et i al., i 2002). i As i example i of i the i magnitude i of i ERP i System, i a i survey i by i IDC i showed i the i increment i of i 6.7% i overall i annually i in i the i license i and i maintenance i in i the i Enterprise i Resources i Planning i system i of i companies i from i 2002 i to i 2007 i (Haa i & i Ahnb, i 2014). i Knowing i the i currently i importance i of i the i system i implementation i in i companies i in i the i world, i this i report i will i highlight i the i ERP i system i focus, i in i the i benefits, i the i barriers i and i drivers i that i companies i face i moving i from i one i stage i to i the i next i and i possible i answers i why i ERP i systems i journey i may i never i end. Enterprise i Resource i Planning ERP i was i mentioned i for i first i time i by i The i Gartner i Group i to i name i the i next i generation i of i MRP i II i software i (Nazemi, i et i al., i 2012). i ERP i implementation i system i is i able i to i minimize i costs i of i inventory, i manufactory, i shipping, i human i resources, i IT i maintenance i and i a i better i competitive i edge i in i terms i Leary, i Sandoe i et i al. i and i Bharadwaj i et i al i cited i Shaul i & i Tauber, i 2013). i Furthermore, i the i ERP i design i is i integrated i by i modules i as i finance, i human i resources, i materials i management, i sales, i and i distribution i which i are i connected i each i other i sharing i the i same i database i and i also i works i managing i different i currencies i and i languages i (Robey, i et i al., i 2002). i For i these i reasons, i companies i are i seeking i to i systematize i and i accelerates i the i process, i systematizes i information i of i human i resources, i integrate i the i economic i information, i the
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