Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Training Program

In a large organization there are many different systems, including planning, manufacturing, distribution, human resource, operations and accounting. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is an application that integrates all of these functions into a single platform/system, designed to serve the needs of each different department within the enterprise. ERP is more of a methodology than a piece of software, although it integrates several software applications and data, brought together under a single unified interface. ERP system brings tremendous advantages across an organization. As all systems/processes are joined together, multiple departments can share information more easily. The workflow that takes place between various departments becomes much more automated, and ultimately, customers are better served. In today's cut-throat competitive business world, ERP has become a wonder tool. It is poised for unmatched growth in the years to come. Because of this, ERP professionals are in great demand. They are required globally for helping organizations to achieve their business goals, devising solutions and propelling organizational growth. Our program makes individuals business-ready for ERP implementations and usage. It is designed to provide individuals with practical knowledge in the use of ERP applications. It highlights the critical role that business processes play in ERP usage. The program also provides an understanding of the implementation issues and organizational impact of an enterprise- wide ERP software solution.

Program Objective

Explains how ERP is used to integrate business processes; define and analyze a process; create a process map and improve and/or simplify the process

Includes balanced mix of theoretical concepts and practical workshops

Describes the elements of a value chain, and explain how core processes relate; identify how the organizational infrastructure supports core business processes

Identifies the issues that impact the implementation of ERP and identify the key technological considerations and infrastructure concerns in ERP implementation

Enables individuals to make critical assessments in implementing and using ERP Systems

Explains how the key elements of organizational change management apply to an ERP implementation; define change readiness; describe a learning requirements plan; explain the use of assessment tools to identify the readiness of an organization to change; identify the methods of implementing and sustaining the change

Define the project management tools and resources needed to implement an ERP system; describe the tactics, tools, and methodologies available to implement ERP

Describes how the knowledge management capability of an ERP system can be used to sustain competitive advantage; describe how to use ERP to communicate effectively with customers and suppliers

Program Content

Financial Management

Purchasing Management

Distribution Management

Inventory Management

Sales/Order Management

Discrete Manufacturing

Process Manufacturing

Asset Management

Customer Relationship Management

Business Intelligence

Human Resource Management and others