The Introduction to Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) course will help you determine if your organization is ready for an ERP implementation, examine the benefits of implementing an ERP system, and build a compelling business case in support of an ERP implementation. Introduction to ERP explores the process integration of businesswide functions (demand management, product design, and delivery) required and supported by an ERP implementation.
The course also addresses tactical functions required, such as project management and project planning, provides an overview of implementation alternatives for ERP, and includes a manufacturing case study.
Who will benefit from this course?
Professionals employed by organizations or government agencies considering or beginning an ERP implementation
ERP project managers
Consultants employed as ERP integrators
Professionals who desire employment in the ERP integration field
Session topics include:
Introduction to ERP and the Benefits of Implementation
Developing a Business Case to Justify an ERP Implementation
Business Process Alignment
The Value Chain Process
Technology and International Considerations
Change Management and ERP Implementation
Expanding on ERP
CPIM is being rebranded (Part1 and Part2). Part1 is a beefed up Basics (or BSCM) and Part2 is an amalgamation of the other 4 modules (i.e., MPR, DSP, ECO, and SMR).