Duration: Hours

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) manages and integrates business processes through a single system. With a better line of sight, companies are better able to plan and allocate resources. Without ERP, companies tend to operate in a siloed approach, with each department operating its own disconnected system.

Training Mode: Online

Description

ERP is used to increase organizational efficiency of an organization by managing and improving how company resources are utilized.Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) refers to a business process management software that optimizes the processes of an organization by providing a system of integrated and centralized applications that help manage and automate a wide range of business operations including accounting, human resources, sales etc,.

1: INTRODUCTION AND GROWTH on ERP

  • Introduction
  • Why ERP?
  • Business Process Re-engineering (BPR)
  • Data Storage and Warehousing
  • Data Mining
  • Management of the Supply Chain
  • Understanding the reasons for the growth
  • Advantages and Challenges
  • Evaluation
  • Modules

2: UNDERSTANDING AND MAPPING FOR BUSINESSES

  • Understanding an Enterprise or business, its functions, and departments
  • Understand how to Integrate Management Information
  • Business Modelling
  • ERP for Businesses
  • Business Process Mapping
  • The process of implementing
  • Hardware and Software for Implementation.

3: IMPLEMENTATION

  • Precautions in ERP Implementation
  • Post Implementation
  • Guidelines for Implementation.

4: ERP AND ITS RELATED TECHNOLOGIES

  • Related technologies – Part I
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • Management Information System
  • Executive Information System (EIS)
  • Related technologies – Part II
  • Decision Support Systems (DSS)
  • Supply Chain Management

5: MODULES

1.Modules – I

  • Production Module
  • Plant Maintenance Module
  • Quality Management
  • Materials Management Module
  • Supply Chain Management Module

2.Module – II

  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Finance and Accounting Module
  • Human Resource

6: IMPLEMENTATION

 I.

  • Re-evaluation Screening
  • Package Evaluation
  • Project Planning Phase

II

  • Gap Analysis
  • Hidden Cost
  • Vendors, Consultants, Human Resource

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