Chapter 2: The Development of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
1. Individual information systems for each functional area in a company are known as silos.
2. Silos of information are also known as stovepipes.
Chapter 5: Accounting in ERP Systems
1. An income statement shows a company's profit or loss in a period of time.
2. When a company has an ERP system, it no longer needs a general ledger.
In the SAP ERP system, inp
Concepts in Enterprise
The Development of Enterprise
Resource Planning Systems
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Chapter 8: RFID, Business Intelligence (BI), Mobile Computing, and the Cloud
1. Radio frequency identification technology, known commonly as RFID, is a tool that is used for
tracking items through a supply chain.
2. A rad
Chapter 3: Marketing Information Systems and the Sales Order Process
1. In SAP R/3, relatively permanent data about customers is kept in the Customer Master Data table.
2. In SAP R/3, relatively permanent data about invent
Chapter 4: Production and Supply Chain Management Information Systems
1. An ERP system is a good tool for developing and executing production plans because it integrates the
functions of production planning, purchasing, materials management/war
Chapter 6: Human Resources Processes with ERP
1. The tasks associated with managing a company's workforce is now known as human capital
management or HCM.
2. The responsibilities of an HR department include manufacturing