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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 12: I ntegrating the Organization from End to End Enterprise Resource Planning I ntegrated Enterprise Information System Refers to an single information system that facilitates business processes and functionalities on an enterprise level (i.e. spanning across the whole enterprise) Includes a collection of systems supporting specific functions such as CRM, Supply Management, Finance, Accounting, Sales, Manufacturing, and Human Resources For example, if a Financial Management System encompasses financial transactions throughout the enterprise it is considered a part of an Enterprise Information System. Four ways to implement an Integrated Enterprise IS: 1. As an ERP System Where ERP suites such as SAP, Oracle Applications, or M1, provide function-specific modules integrated into a larger system. Examples: Oracle Financials and Oracle Human Resource are two of many modules available in the Oracle Applications ERP suite SAP Financials and SAP HR are two of many modules available in SAP ERP Suite M1 Labor Management and M1 Inventory Management are two of...
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