Enterprise Systems: Curriculum design and assessment

@article{Atif2010EnterpriseSC,
  title={Enterprise Systems: Curriculum design and assessment},
  author={Yacine Atif and Jameela Al-Jaroodi and Shayma Alkobaisi and Ahmed Jaffar and George E. M. Ditsa and Piers R. J. Campbell},
  journal={Education and Information Technologies},
  year={2010},
  volume={16},
  pages={441-461}
}
We present a curriculum that prepares students for supporting large Enterprise Information Systems (EIS). EIS is best explained through the evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). These systems evolved over the last years driven by (1) changing business requirements and (2) new development capabilities provided by technologies evolution and software vendors’ innovation. These developments led to a new discipline—Enterprise Information Systems, which deals with issues whose focus is on… 
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