ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING: CONCEPTS AND PRACTICE

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PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), one of the fastest growing segments in Information Technology today, enables organizations to respond quickly to the ever increasing customer needs and to capitalize on market opportunities. This revised edition continues to throw light on the significance of Business Engineering and its link with Information Technology. Besides, it discusses the role of consultants, vendors and users, the process of customization, as well as the methodology and guidelines for ERP implementation. Intended for the discerning chief executives, functional managers, MIS managers and students of management courses, the book should also serve as a complete reference for understanding the concepts of ERP and enable organizations to implement ERP solutions. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SECOND EDITION Focusses on Indian ERP packages, with a new section on "Example of an Indian ERP Package". Provides Answers at the end of the book to most of the problems given at the end of each chapter for the benefit of both the students and the teachers.

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GARG, VINOD KUMAR VINOD KUMAR GARG,Professor of Information Management at S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai. He has earlier worked with organizations such as L&T, NITIE, Lupin Laboratories, Rolta, and has 25 years of experience in the field of information technology, apart from management and business reengineering. He has also been associated with various World Bank projects. VENKITAKRISHNAN, N. K. N.K.VENKITAKRISHNAN,General Manager, Sales, for a leading software organization based in Mumbai. He has several years of experience in SAP Marketing with various reputed organizations. His areas of interest include ERP and corporate strategy.

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