CS17 Introduction to Enterprise Systems
Theory: 45 hours
Prerequisite: Basic computer knowledge
The Business Perspective
Business strategy and technology alignment, Business requirements for enterprise systems, Enterprise architecture, Problem statement, Required functionality, Business benefit justification, Success metrics.
Traditional enterprise software applications, System integration and service-oriented architecture, Web-based technologies and cloud computing in corporate IT, Architectural approach, Software solution, Integration with existing applications, Solution demonstration. Students may use PowerPoint, create a website mockup, or customize an existing vendor demo.
IT service management, System deployment: define the timeline and deliverables, Operational governance: stakeholders, resources, and dependencies, User enablement: how will people use the system Success metrics: how the promised results will be achieved
Enterprise application software product (e.g. Enterprise Resource Planning,Customer Relationship Management, Business Intelligence or Enterprise Portals) on which Enterprise systems are build on.
Emerging trends in Enterprise Systems- Open Module
- Avison, D. & Fitzgerald, G., 2006. Information Systems Development: Methodologies, Techniques and Tools 4th ed., McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
- Laudon, J.P. & Laudon, K.C., 2006. Essentials of Business Information Systems, Prentice Hall
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