Teaching with Enterprise Systems

  title={Teaching with Enterprise Systems},
  author={Diane M. Strong and Jane Fedorowicz and James Sager and Glenn Stewart and Ed Watson},
With the wide-spread adoption of Enterprise Systems (ES), such as SAP, Oracle, and Peoplesoft, in medium and large-sized organizations, there is increasing demand for students who know how to work with such systems. While the demand for ES developers and integrators has declined, the demand for employees that can help companies achieve benefits from these systems continues to grow. Such employees need skills in decision-making and process design in an integrated, data-rich environment enabled… CONTINUE READING
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