100%(2)2 out of 2 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 5 pages.
Running head: CASE STUDY III-5: “NIBCO’S ‘BIG BANG’ 1Case Study III-5: “NIBCO’s ‘Big Bang’NameInstitution
CASE STUDY III-5: “NIBCO’S ‘BIG BANG’ 2NIBCO’s ‘Big Bang’One of the main suppositions that steered to the ERP execution was that the NIBCO enterprise could not make money or grow with its information systems that it was using. NIBCOs assessment to employ an ERP system was so that it could recognize the organizations existing information systems that the organization was using as it was known that the systems were in-sufficient in backing up the multi-faceted function as well as the matrix businesses edifice. The systems that the company was consuming had progressed into a collaged of inherited systems as well as reporting implements that could not communicate with each other and convey functions to each other. The systems could not link with other available systems; thisconsecutively led to worries concerning the company not having the capability to expand and develop into more global connections shorn of a better and superior integrated information system.Additionally, the reason as to why NIBCO came to a decision of implementing a SAP system was due to the fact that the development labor force consumed most of their time designing tradition borders amongst the existing systems, trying to resolute the interruptions between the systems. Thus, employing an ERP system would save their time, and spend it in achieving something more constructive that the company would need. Moreover, the appropriate