Misty Charnesky--The Contribution of Enterprise Systems

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Running head: THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 1 The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Misty Charnesky IT205 June 29, 2011 Xiaohui Wang
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THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 2 The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Enterprise systems, also called enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are a system with a common central database for the company in whole. Some of the main areas of the organization that are affected by an enterprise system are human resources, sales and marketing, finance and accounting, and production and manufacturing. Enterprise systems allow for most of the departments to gain access to data needed for applications within the departments. Each department has functions that are supported by the enterprise system. For example, in finance and accounting an ES would help keep track of cash on hand, the accounts receivable, customer credit, and revenue. Enterprise systems help human resources by calculating employee hours worked, the labor costs totals, and job skills of the employees within the firm or
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