Checkpoint - The Contribution of Enterprise Systems

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Running head: CHECKPOINT - THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 1 Checkpoint - The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Lori J. Babler IT205 July 23, 2010 Daniel Dronsick
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CHECKPOINT - THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 2 Checkpoint - The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Enterprise systems consist of a centralized database which collects and stores data from several organizational business units. The Enterprise system is based on a suite of integrated software applications or modules that provide support to Sales, Marketing, Production, Finance, Accounting and Human Resources. The data that is collected and stored in the central database also populates important information within the software modules allowing information to be updated and shared within the entire organization. For example, production can keep updated inventory information that the Sales department can have readily available for customer orders. This information also can inform and alert the purchasing department when the inventory is low
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