Motiwalla teaches students the components of an ERP system, and the process of implementing ERP systems within a corporation to increase the overall success of the organization. This text also places major importance on the strategic role of ERP systems in providing a platform for improved business operations and productivity. Emphasize the Value of Enterprise Systems. The goal of this text is to educate students about all the issues involved in choosing and implementing an ERP system to increase the success of an organization. To help students achieve this understanding, this text is organized into four sections: ERP Systems—The first section presents the technical foundation of ERP systems, providing motivation to learn about the implementation process. ERP Implementation—Section two provides information on the ERP development life cycle, the process of selecting software and vendors, how to manage an ERP implementation project, and how to understand the concept of metrics and evaluation in an organization.

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