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CheckPoint The Contribution of Enterprise Systems

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CheckPoint: The Contribution of Enterprise Systems What are enterprise systems? Provide examples of organizational functions supported by enterprise systems. Enterprise systems are a group of modules (software) that are applicable and also available. The modules consolidate data from all sorts of other company’s information systems. A few examples of organizational functions that are supported by these systems are business rules manager, commerce administrator and also user administrator. Enterprise systems basically help you to organize your company and all aspects of the company. How does effectively implementing and using enterprise systems contribute to achieving operational excellence? When implementing these systems be aware that you are using them in the most effective way. They must be setup correctly and designed from the very beginning. Such stores as Wal-Mart have many different items to sell so they have to use the right system to keep up with all the products not any system. The systems increase the overall
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