Sunday, 19 August 2012

Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning

One of the most exciting businesses today, Enterprise Resource Planning, the different systems into one integrated system offers many great opportunities to improve efficiency by providing a business. This comprehensive introduction to the world of enterprise resource planning, and provides the necessary training to prosper in today's market.

About the Author

Joseph A. Brady, but he has taught since 1990 at the University of Delaware teaches courses in GIS. Before his teaching career, worked as a financial analyst for EI DuPont de Nemours. Dr. Brady is an AP Computing ago, an MBA and a doctorate in education. There is also a Certified Public Accountant. Joe advanced computer cases, such as problem solving, co-author of five previous cases.

Ellen F. Since 1989, Monk of Economics and Business, University of Delaware Lerner teaches information systems at the University. Before his teaching career, Ellen Engelhard Industries and WR Grace & Cos Davison Chemical Division have worked as a chemical engineer. Ms. Monk is a b.s. Chemical Engineering and an MBA there.

Bret Wagner, a professor at Western Michigan University and program director of the series of integrated supply. Dr. Wagner received his Ph.D. in operations management from Michigan State University and has published several articles related to production planning and scheduling. Integration of ERP software in the curriculum has been in business since 1998.


  1. crazyly insightful post. If only it was as easy to implement some of the solutions as it was to read and nod my head at each of your points