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Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP)Web site:http://web mst edu/ erpcenterhttp://web.mst.edu/ erpcenterEmail: [email protected]@mst edu

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Faculty IntroductionDr. Bih-Ru Lea, Director, Center for ERPDr Vincent YuDr.Dr. Ray Kluczny (Emeritus)Dr. Barry Flachsbart (Default graduate Advisor)Ms YuMs.Yu-HsienHsien Chiu (undergraduate Advisor)Mr. Ryan Sims, SAP AdministratorNew Faculty, Craig Claybaugh (fall 2010)

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)What is Enterprise ResourcePlanning (ERP)?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) SystemCenter for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)ERP software systems facilitate decision making bycapturing all corporate data and making it available tomanagers as usable information.Vendors: SAP, Oracle/PeopleSoft and Microsoft.Source: T. Davenport, Putting the Enterprise into the Enterprise System, Harvard BusinessReview, July-August 1998, pp. 121-131.5

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)The Enabling Position of ERP ArchitectureDataWarehouseSRM ansactionalapplications(B2B/B2C, ecommerce))ERPSCM andCollaborativeLogisticsDataMiningCRM andCollaborative R&DAdvancedPlanning &SchedulingSource: Chapter 1: Realizing the Epic-dream of ERP, In Strategic ERP Extension and Use by ElliotBendoly and F. Jacobs, Stanford Business Books; 1 edition (August 15, 2005)

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Who Should Learn ERP In 20092009 70% of the world economy's transactions insome shape or form touch an SAP system2.5 billion utility bills are processed by SAPsoftware each year65% of all chocolate in the world ismanufactured using SAP software

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Who Should Learn ERP In 20092009 70% of the world economy's transactions insome shape or form touch an SAP system2.5 billion utility bills are processed by SAPsoftware each year65% of all chocolate in the world ismanufactured using SAP software

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Who Should Learn ERP In 2009 SAP has more the 82,000 customers across120 countries85% of the Fortune 500 run SAP software80% off FortuneF t1,0001 000 companiesi run SAPsoftware60% of Fortune 2,000 companies run SAPsoftwareApproximately 64,000 SAP customers are smallbusinesses or midsize companies

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Who Should Learn ERP In 2009 SAP has more the 82,000 customers across120 countries85% of the Fortune 500 run SAP software80% off FortuneF t1,0001 000 companiesi run SAPsoftware60% of Fortune 2,000 companies run SAPsoftwareApproximately 64,000 SAP customers are smallbusinesses or midsize companies

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Missouri S&T and SAPWe have the largest ERP program in the State ofMissouri and one of the best in the nationMissouri S&T is a part of SAP’sSAP s University AllianceProgramMissouri S&T was one of five SAP Hosting Centersfrom 2000 to 2006Among the very few self-hostedself hosted schools currentlyMost schools use an application service provider modelWe deploy and run all necessary SAP software forour ERP curriculum

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Our Mission to leverage ERP technology toiimprovebbusinessiperformancefand competitive advantages

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Our Objectives and Goals Objective: Leverage the informationtechnology to achieve a competitiveadvantage through ERP education.To carry out research associated with applicationof ERP technologiesT breakTob k academicd i ““silos”il ” tto showhstudentst d t hhowone discipline affects another and ultimately howthey all impact the company

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Our Objectives and Goals Objective: Bring managerial relevanceg throughg industryyinto academic teachingcollaborationTo establish and improve industry relationshipTo provide a vehicle for students to learndevelopment and research skills.

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)TechnologyBBaseddCCreativetiLLearningiSmall Class Size

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)SmallClassesIndividualAttention

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Software ResourcesSAP ProductsOracleSAP ECC CoreCustomer RelationshipBusiness IntelligenceSupplypp y Chain ManagementgPerformance DashboardPortalxRPMetc.Microsoft Dynamic(Microsoft’s ERP softsoftware)are)DatabaseDeveloper SuiteApplication ServerE-Business Suite ((in planning)pg)SASStatisticsBusiness Intelligence Enterprise Miner Text MinerBusiness PerformanceManagement Suite (innegotiation)

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AgendaIntroductionCurriculum and Certification OptionsAd i iAdvisingResearch and ThesisCareer PathsCo op/InternshipCo-op/InternshipEnrichment ActivitiesGGenerall QuestionQti & AnswersABreakout Sessions

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Certificates in ERP

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)SAP Certificate of ExcellenceIIssueddbby SAP CCompanyAppears on resumeBoth undergraduate and graduate students canpp yapplyThe SAP Certificate provides proof that astudent has taken three courses with SAPcontent (30% or higher).

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)ERP or BI Graduate CertificateIssued by the University after formal application andcareful verification that it has been earnedIt appears on the transcriptOnly graduate students can earn an ERP or BIGraduate CertificateThe ERP Graduate Certificate does not verify anyspecificpSAP content,, onlyy that ERP or BI academiccontent has been mastered, in accordance with thestandards which have been approved all the way up tothe Missouri Board of Higher Education

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Curriculum and Courses

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Curriculum and CertificatesUndergraduate StudentsEmphasis Area in ERPMiMinoriin ERPC ifiCertificate Missouri S&T - SAP Certificate of Excellence

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Curriculum and CertificatesGraduate StudentsMasters in Information Science & TechnologyMBA Certificates MiMissourii S&T - SAP CCertificatetifi t off ExcellenceEll ERP Graduate Certificate Business Intelligence Graduate Certificate

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Curriculum and CertificatesNon-DegreeMissouri S&T - SAP Certificate of ExcellenceERP Graduate CertificateB iBusinessIIntelligencet lliGGraduated t CCertificatetifi t

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AgendaIntroductionCurriculum and Certification OptionsAd i iAdvisingResearch and ThesisCareer PathsCo op/InternshipCo-op/InternshipEnrichment Activities

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)The Enabling Position of ERP ArchitectureERP345,ERP4443 ications(B2B/B2C,e-commerce)ecommerce)SRM tERP348, ERP448SCM andCollaborativeLogisticsERP347ERP246,, ERP346,,ERP446, ERP 3XX PortalDataMiningCRM andCollaborativeR&DERP3453 5IST443ERP442ERP347ERP346ERP446AdvancedPlanning &gSchedulingERP347

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)ERP Schedule and Course FocusUndergraduateERP &Non-ERPCoursesCourse FocusERP 246 Intro to ERPXXXRRERP 3XX Enterprise RXXXRXXECourseShort Course TitleSAPERP Emphasis ERP MinorCertificateIST orNon-BITCourses***studentsBusinessEnd UserSpring Summer FallDevelopermajor courses CoursesApplicationXERP 345 Use of Business IntelligenceERP 346 ERP Design & ImplementationXERP 347 Supply Chain Management SystemsERPCoursesERP 348 Strategic Enterprise Management SystemXERP 349 ERP System AdministrationXERP 442 Customer Relationship Management**ERP/IST 444 Data WarehouseERP 446 ERP ConfigurationgERP 448XEnterprise Performance ManagementSystem Prototyping**BUS 426 Business Process Integration Using ERPXXIST 443 Information Retrival & Analysisnon-ERPCoursesGraduate CertificatesCourse ScheduleXXIST 445 Database MarketingXBUS 120 Financial R* R: Required Certificate CoursesE: Elective Courses** ERP442 and ERP448 are offered alternately in fall semester. That is, ERP442 and ERP448 will be offered once every other fall semester.*** Exception: No more than two of the following can be counted, since portions of the SAP material overlaps in these three courses: ERP 246, ERP 346, BUS 426.

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Typical Course SuggestionsTypical Course Suggestions(R: Required courses; E: Elective)ERP vs.Non-ERPCoursesERPCoursesUndergraduate Students((emphasish i area, minor)i )CourseGraduate StudentsShort Course TitleMore ITfocusedMore end user& BusinessfocusedERP 246 Intro to ERPRRERP 3XX Enterprise PortalSupplyChainERPGeneralEnd UsersEEEERP 345 Use of Business IntelligenceEEEERP 346 ERP Design & ImplementationRRRRERP 347 Supply Chain Management SystemsEEEERP 348 Strategic Enterprise Management SystemEERP 349 ERP System AdministrationERP 442 Customer Relationship ManagementERP 448non-ERPCoursesEnterprise Performance ManagementSystem PrototypingMBAERPERP Dashboard/BI EndBIEmphasisGeneralScorecardUser IST 444 Data WarehouseERP 446 ERP ConfigurationBI GraduateCertificateERP Graduate CertificateRREERREEEERREIST 443 Information Retrival & AnalysisEIST 445 Database MarketingE

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AdvisingDegree RequirementsDRitAdvising ProcessGraduation

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AgendaIntroductionCurriculum and Certification OptionsAdvisingResearch and ThesisCareer PathsCo op/ e s pCo-op/InternshipEnrichment Activities

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)ResearchUndergraduate StudentsOpportunity for Undergraduate Research (OURE)ClClassRResearchhPProjectsj tIndependent Research Project with facultyGraduate StudentsThesisClass Research ProjectsIndependent Research Project with faculty

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Industry Research CollaborationFaculty Supervised Student ProjectsClass projectsj Shorter term (typically one semester) Can be arranged to be related projects for differentclasseslThesis projects Longer term (typically two to three semesters) Can be single project for one student or related projectsfor a group of studentsFaculty Research Projects

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Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AgendaIntroductionCurriculum and Certification OptionsAdvisingResearch and ThesisCareer PathsCo op/ e s pCo-op/InternshipEnrichment Activities

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Career Outlook in the field of ERP

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Career Outlook in the field of ERP

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Career Outlook in the field of ERP

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)ERP Consultant Career PathPMOSubject MatterE pertExpertSolutionArchitectConversionCross FunctionalModules TeamLeadFunctionalModule 1Team Lead FunctionalModule nTeam LeadFunctionalModule 1Consultant .FunctionalModule nConsultantTechnical TeamLeadTechnicalInfrastructureTeam angeManagementTeam LeadDevelopmentand InterfaceTeam LeadDevelopmentand nConsultant

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Project Management CareerProgramManagerQualityAssuranceProject ManagerModule orProject Lead

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AgendaIntroductionCurriculum and Certification OptionsAdvisingResearch and ThesisCareer PathsCo op/ te s pCo-op/InternshipEnrichment Activities

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Our Co-op/Internship Program“TheThe real world experience I got at isinvaluable. My co-workers treated me likeamember of the team and were genuinelyconcerned about my success during my timethere.”—SarahSarah RichmondCo-op Average SalariesAcademicYear2006 ‐ 20072007 ‐ 2008Undergraduate StudentsGraduateInformation Science &StudentsBusinessTechnology 2 402 2,402 2 601 2,601 33,829829 2,311 (co‐op) 2,575 (co‐op) 2,313 (intern) 3,224 (intern) 3,388

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)http://career.mst.edu

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Student EligibilityFreshmenAfter first two semestersTransferImmediately eligibleGraduate (M.S./Ph.D.)(M S /Ph D )Domestic AfterAft completingl ti one semestertInternational After completing 9 months of studies, and withadvisor approval.

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)International StudentsCo-OpCoOp for International StudentsInternational Students are eligible to apply for up to 12 months ofCurricular Practical Training (CPT) which allows them to acceptinternship or co-opco op positions prior to graduationgraduation.Employers do not need to sponsor international students forco-op or internship employment. CPT is approved and issued by the Missouri S&T InternationalAffairs Office, and can be processed within one week.STEM programThe Information Science & Technology (IST) majoris one of the STEM programs Before graduation: 12 month Curricular Practical Training (CPT) After graduation: 29 month Optional Practical Training (OPT)

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Where our ERP students work and many others

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)AgendaIntroductionCurriculum and Certification OptionsAdvisingResearch and ThesisCareer PathsCo op/ e s pCo-op/InternshipEnrichment Activities

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Enrichment ActivitiesThe Center for ERP provides a seriesof enrichment activities ranging fromresume preparation, ethics,professionalism,filitto subjectbj tknowledge lectures to preparestudents for the work place.

Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Vendors: SAP, Oracle/PeopleSoft and Microsoft. 5 Source: . We have the largest ERP program in the State ofWe have the largest ERP program in the State of . Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Center for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Industry Research Collaboration.