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Enterprise Resource Planning


Paula Yen Loubane
Course Author
Eric Ice-Gipson
Course Author
Stanley E. Fawcett
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
Joel Erickson
Course Author


Mike Paige
Course Contributor


Jordan Gardner
Software Engineer
David Hanks
Software Engineer


Amy Guan
Content Editor
Edition 1
(rev. 79)

This resource provides an overview of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems as a tool for integrating an organization’s information systems to inform the decision-making process. Students will explore the benefits and challenges of implementing and customizing an ERP system with various ERP modules, such as human resources, finance, accounting, supply chain management, and customer relationship management.

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