Requirements Development for an ERP Enabled Systems Analysis and Design Course
Seidman College of Business
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have become the defacto standard for business software solutions. Business school students increasingly face ERP systems implementation (or upgrade) projects once they graduate, yet traditional systems analysis and design (SAD) courses focus on in-house systems development. To better prepare students, these courses should be tailored to address the unique needs of ERP implementation. This research explores the requirements of ERP driven systems analysis and design course work. We argue that ERP project critical success factors can be used to design the objectives and deliverables of an ERP enabled systems analysis and design course.
Grand Rapids, MI
McGinnis, Thomas and Luttenton-Knoll, Meagen, "Requirements Development for an ERP Enabled Systems Analysis and Design Course" (2011). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 350.
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