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Shalagh Rigney, Tara Nolan, Kristen Sibilia March 26, 2008. What is Enterprise Resource Planning?. Database management system that integrates all data and processes of an organization into a unified system.
Shalagh Rigney, Tara Nolan, Kristen Sibilia March 26, 2008What is Enterprise Resource Planning?
  • Database management system that integrates all data and processes of an organization into a unified system.
  • Integrates accounting, strategic planning, sales order management, quality control, manufacturing, marketing, logistics and warehousing.
  • History of ERP Systems
  • ERP began in 1960 as systems designed to help control inventory.
  • Originated in the manufacturing industry by scheduling manufacturing processes, although today it is a system used globally and give companies a competitive edge.
  • Complete orders faster
  • Fewer errors
  • Security features to protect against outside crime
  • Better customer service
  • Improved efficiency and productivity
  • Easier to share data across departments
  • Complete revenue cycle faster
  • Possible inadequate investment
  • Difficult for users
  • Ability to customize software is limited
  • Expensive to install and maintain
  • Limited technical support
  • Prevents ability for business process to change
  • Risky for large companies
  • How is ERP different from MIS?MIS:Provides information about the performance of an organization. Provides management with feedback.How is ERP different from MIS?ERP: Integrates ALL functions of a business into a unified system including information you would get from a MIS. The MIS is a part of the ERP system as a whole.Enterprise 21: A Complete ERP Solution COST OF ERP$$Average Total Cost of Ownership of ERP is about $15 millionDeveloping In House ERP Systems
  • Companies can integrate portions of an ERP system to meet their specific needs.
  • Why? Costs substantially less
  • One ERP System:Peoplesoft
  • Peoplesoft by ORACLE
  • Helps Companies with:
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Financial Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Project Management
  • Asset Lifecyle Management
  • Sales and Other Application
  • PeopleSoft Website
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roaster
  • One Company to Implement PeopleSoft ERP
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roaster
  • Started Implementation 1997
  • Supply Chain Management, Financial Management
  • Enterprise Performance Management
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Results
  • Implemented Green Mountain Website
  • Helped to Manage Coffee Production, Its Distribution Process, and Drive Growth
  • Grown from small company, to leader of specialty coffee industry
  • Helped to design Website- brought in Consumer Market
  • Performance Results
  • More timely Order Management and Billing
  • Great Analytic Ability of Accounts, Balance, Receivables
  • Reduction of Losses of Raw Materials
  • Better Targeted Marketing, Customization of e-mails
  • Customer Direct doubled sales in 2 years
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