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Title: ERP in the Curriculum of Business Schools


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  • ERP in the Curriculum of Business Schools
  • Ron MacKinnon
  • Chair, IS Department
  • Gerald Schwartz School of Business IS
  • St. Francis Xavier University
  • Nova Scotia, Canada

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St. Francis Xavier University
  • Private university
  • 3,600 students
  • 900 students in School of Business IS
  • IS is the fastest growing department in the
    university
  • 48 of students in school are IS

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What is ERP?
  • Enterprise software is integrated software that
    facilitates the flow of information among all the
    processes of an organizations supply chain.
  • A supply chain describes the chronological and
    logical relationships of business transactions
    from original supply to final consumption.
  • A value chain encompasses those activities in the
    supply chain that add value to a product or
    service of an organization.
  • A value chain views all the business events from
    the receipt of a customer order to the delivery
    of that order. For example, value is added when
    the production process takes raw materials and
    transforms them into a finished product, when the
    product is sold to the customer. A company is
    profitable if the price consumers are willing to
    pay for a product exceeds the costs of creating
    value.
  • Central Michigan University ERP Tutorial

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What is ERP?
  • See URLS on ERP/IBSCA
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/rmackinn/erpibsca.htm
  • for additional URLs of definitions

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Who are the ERP Companies?
  • SAP 29 (97) 36(98)
  • Oracle 10 (97) 13(98)
  • J. D. Edwards 7 (97) 7 (98)
  • PeopleSoft 6 (97) 7 (98)
  • Baan 5 (97) 6 (98)

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What is SAP?
  • The company name, SAP, is an acronym for Systems,
    Applications and Products in Data Processing (in
    German Systemanalyse und Programmentwicklung).
    The company was founded in 1972 by four former
    IBM employees. The company's headquarters are in
    Walldorf in Germany.
  • SAP R/3 is a vast suite of software that helps
    business managers implement ERP (Enterprise
    Resource Planning) which is a business management
    system that integrates all facets of the
    business, including planning, manufacturing,
    sales, and marketing.
  • from SAP at Edith Cowan University

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SAP R3 Components
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SAP R/3 Customer Installations by Industry
SAP HIGH TECH ELECTRONICS 11.3
Others 11.5
SAP BANKING 2.0
SAP MEDIA 2.3
SAP HEALTHCARE 2.3
Metal, Paper Wood Products 2.8
Services 3.1
SAP OIL GAS 3.2
SAP CONSUMER PRODUCTS 10.3
SAP TELECOM- MUNICATIONS 3.4
SAP PHARMA - CEUTICALS 3.4
SAP PUBLIC SECTOR 3.4
SAP CHEMICALS 9.5
SAP UTILITIES 3.9
SAP RETAIL 6.3
SAP AUTOMOTIVE 4.8
Consulting Professional Services 6.0
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SAP University Alliance
  • SAP can help. A world leader in the development
    of business software, SAP is making its
    market-leading, client/server-based enterprise
    software, the R/3 System, available to the
    higher education community. Through our SAP
    University Alliance Program, we are proud to
    offer you the world's most popular software of
    its kind for today's businesses. SAP also
    provides setup, follow-up consulting, and R/3
    training for faculty - all at our expense. The
    SAP R/3 System gives you the most advanced
    software capabilities used by businesses of all
    sizes and in all industries around the world.
  • SAP University Alliance Home Page

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SAP Reasons for SAPUA
  • Take advantage of a powerful cross-functional
    teaching tool
  • Access advanced software technology
  • Enhance marketability
  • Attract leading educators
  • Pursue research opportunities
  • Broaden outreach
  • Stay in touch with industry and product trends

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To Learn the Basics of ERP SAP
  • Run the Enterprise Software slide show of 10
    lessons from Central Michigan Univ.
  • at http//sap.mis.cmich.edu/sap.intro/index.htm
  • SAP Intro Tutorials page at
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/infosys/sapintro.htm
  • SAP Tutorial page U of Scranton
  • http//academic.uofs.edu/faculty/gramborw/sap/sapt
    utorial.htm

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What are other Universities doing with ERP?
  • Business Schools
  • http//www.dartmouth.edu/tuck/bschools/index.html
  • IS Depts ISWorld
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/rmackinn/infosys/isgroups.h
    tmlis
  • SAP Index
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/infosys/sapindex.htm
  • SAP University Links
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/infosys/sap_univ.htm
  • ERP/SAP Links IBSCA
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/rmackinn/erpibsca.htm

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Areas using ERP
  • MIS/IS/CIS
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Production
  • Operations Management
  • Management

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SAP University Alliances - Global Survey Results -
  • Michael Rosemann
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • Brisbane, Australia
  • InformationSystemsManagement Research Centre

Las Vegas, 14 June 2000
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SAP University Alliances - Global Survey Results -
  • By Michael Rosemann
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • Brisbane, Australia
  • URL http//www.stfx.ca/people/infosys/sap/PPT/

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The Subjects
What courses are on offer? N 178
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The Subjects
Application
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SAP R/3-Modules Used - Frequency
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SAP Modules
  • MM Materials Management
  • FI/AM Financial Acct/Fixed Asset Mgmt
  • SD Sales Distribution
  • PP Production Planning
  • CO Controlling
  • HR Human Resources

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SAP R/3-Modules Used - Intensity
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Intro ERP Courses
  • IS see
  • http//www.stfx.ca/people/tboyle/9900page/erp100.h
    tml
  • Management see
  • http//139.230.151.5/users/cash/MIS4116/index.htm
  • Course outlines, assignments available at
  • http//juliet.stfx.ca/infosys/sap_univ.htm

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ERP in the Curriculum
  • Separate courses?
  • Integrated into current courses?
  • Or both

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ERP/SAP Role in IS Degree at StFXU
  • 345 Introduction to ERP
  • 346 ABAP
  • 347 Implementation, Config Use of an ERP
  • 418 Topics in IS (ERP)
  • Integrated into
  • 316 IS Applications (in year 2)
  • 419 Client/Server Intranets
  • 475 Database Management Systems
  • 416 Project Mgmt

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Other ERP Courses
  • ABAP
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Business Re-Engineering
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Technology Management
  • Mgmt Issues in ERP Development
  • Operations Management
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