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Enterprise Resource Planning Lab

Description

The course will present a general methodology for designing and deploying ERP systems. The methodology will cover requirements analysis, sourcing strategies (including outsourcing, cloud and as-a-service solutions), technology-based cost estimation, software and suppliers’ selection and management, and related change management issues, including opportunities and issues raised by Enterprise 2.0 developments. Examples and case studies will be discussed in class with the goal of clarifying the methodological guidelines provided during lectures. The evaluation consists of a oral exam and of a project assignment.

 

 

REFERENCES

  • K.C. Laudon, J.P. Laudon “Management Information Systems (12th Edition)” - Pearson
  • Alter S., "Information Systems: Foundation of E-Business (4th Ed.)" - Prentice Hall
  • Additional course materials (slides, papers, drafts) will be made available by the instructors on the special Web page of the course.

People

 

Cappiello C.

Course director

Ivanchikj A.

Assistant

Additional information

Semester
Fall
Academic year
2017-2018
ECTS
3
Education
Master of Science in Management and Informatics, Core course, Laboratory, 1st year