|title ||Integrated Information Systems Management|
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|prequisites ||IS372 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||Most organizations which have several kinds of traditional information systems are now considering the conversation of these systems into a single integrated information system. The model of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system support the daily operations of the organization while collecting vast amounts of data that can be sued in medium and long term planning. This course aims to appreciate the value of having an integrated information system within the organization. The course topics help students to analyze, design and propose IT solutions for the integration of business process throughout the enterprise.|
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|objectives ||1. Describe basic business Functional areas and explain how they are related.|
2. Illustrate how integrated information systems fail to support business Functions and processes.
3. Demonstrate how integrated information systems can help in improving business processes.
4. Explain key concepts related to ERP, CRM and SCM.
5. Understand process modeling and improvement, and ERP implementation.
6. Understand how the web technology could increase the power of the integrated information system by allowing web users to access selected limited web services
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|ref. books ||1- Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Enterprise Information Systems for Business Integration in SMEs, Business Science Reference.|
2- Margaret May, Business Process Management: Integration in a Web-Enabled Environment, Pearson Education Limited.
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|textbook ||Ellen Monk and Bret Wagner, Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning, 4th Edition, Course Technology, 2011. (or the most recent available edition)|
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