An ERP architecture consists of both a physical architecture and
A) labor component.
B) system architecture.
D) logical architecture.
In the tiered architecture, the ERP application is stored on the
A) presentation logic
Describe all the components to a successful Go-live
and how to determine their readiness.
Understand what is involved in stabilizing the system
after Go-live and how to track and address
Understand the difference between program
management and project management.
Describe the make up of the Project Management Office
(PMO) and the areas it needs to address in an ERP
Comprehend why ERP systems are implemented to
include Business Process Re-engineering and best
Realize that senior management must be committed to
Acquire a greater knowledge base of ERP components
and how they work together to support business.
Learn why third party products are needed to
operationally round out ERP system functionality an