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ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). IS 553: Final Presentation Jae Chung. Table of Contents. Abstract Historical Background Description: Overview Description: Components Description: Benefits Usage Guide Market Analysis Notes on System Development. Abstract: What is an ERP.

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erp enterprise resource planning

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)

IS 553: Final Presentation

Jae Chung

table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Abstract
  • Historical Background
  • Description: Overview
  • Description: Components
  • Description: Benefits
  • Usage Guide
  • Market Analysis
  • Notes on System Development
abstract what is an erp
Abstract: What is an ERP
  • My presentation is on ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
  • Definitions (DMOZ Open Directory Projects)
    • ERP: is a complete enterprise wide business solutions that attempts to integrate all departments and functions in a company into a single computer system.
    • ERP system: is a collection of software modules for business areas such as marketing and sales, field service, manufacturing, HR, finance, accounting, and etc.
  • Five main sections in this presentation
    • Historical Background
    • Description of ERP (Overview, Components, Benefits)
    • Usage Guide
    • Market Analysis
    • Notes on System Developments
historical background
Historical Background
  • 1930s EOQ (Economic Order of Quantity) concerned with inventory control
  • 1960s MRP (Material Requirement Planning) concerned with production line
  • 1970s MRP-II (Manufacturing Resource Planning) concerned with management of factory floor and distribution activities
  • Problem: side effect of MRP-II and departmental computing era (LAN)
  • Emergence of ERP brought “balance to the force”

some trend of ERP

    • Integration of information
    • Expanding to all areas of business and other sectors
    • Other Enterprise software
    • Constantly evolving
description overview
Description: Overview

Overview of ERP

  • Collection of software components that addresses specific business functions
  • Provide a common framework for other enterprise applications
  • Caveats: Integration, BPR and implementation

Basic Principles/Philosophy

  • Integration of information
  • Maintenance of information (standard, integrity of data, updates, etc.)
  • Transaction of information (BPR, B-B, strategic advantages)
description components
Description: Components

Components Summary

  • Hardware
    • (Servers, Network devices, OS Platform)
  • Relational Database
    • (data warehouse, reporting, analytic, SQL interface)
  • Application Software
    • (Modular architecture, N-tier distributed architecture)
  • Distribution
    • (Gateways, adapters, batch, multiprocessing, straight through processing)
  • Web Service Interface
    • (Web server, XML, SOAP)
  • Web Browser
    • (Client browser)
  • User
usage guide
Usage Guide

Five Key Success Factors

  • User Acceptance
  • Outline benefits and costs
  • Unwavering upper management support
  • Beware of project timeline
  • Adequate IT staffs andusers
market analysis
Market Analysis


  • Depression in 2000, 30% decrease in ERP market


  • SAP: R/3 system version 4.6
  • Oracle: version 11i, o
  • PeopleSoft Enterprise version 8.x
    • JD Edwards: ERP 8.x
  • Sage and MBS


  • Gartner predicts 4.5 growth in ERP market through 2007
notes on system development
Notes on System Development


  • Increase in complexity
    • Developers must understand multiple systems and requires different skill sets
  • Changes in Perspective / Encapsulation layer
    • IT staffs are now closer to the business processes and problems
  • Faster delivery
    • Shortens overall time frame to deliver an enterprise system