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Where can I learn the screens and installation procedures for specific ERP systems?

Do you have a learning materials or know of any?

Thanks, Don

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by carollong In reply to ERP - e.x. Systems: Datat ...

Most ERP systems are easy to install (follow the instructions on the screen!) but that is only a very small part of making them ready to use.

These are complex systems which need to be set-up for the organisation where they are deployed. This involves selecting the right modules for the requirements and implementing the accounting legal requirements and business rules. (That requires business analysis and accounting skills.)

Also, ERP suppliers are in the business of supplying this expertise or selling training. For example see http://www.sap.com/education/e-learning/ and http://academy.sunsystems.com/ and http://www.baan.com/services/educationservices/ and http://www.coda.com/solutions/services/Education.asp and http://www.m4systems.com/m4services/services/implement.htm and http://www.oracle.com/education/index.html?11i_ebusiness_suite_home.html

Two places to start understanding these systems is http://www.erp.com and http://www.basda.org

If you have a specific ERP package in mind, go to their website and look up Education or contact their user group (some user group members make their own tipsheets available through the groups).

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ERP - e.x. Systems: Datatel, SCT, ...

by carollong In reply to ERP - e.x. Systems: Datat ...

Most ERP systems are easy to install (follow the instructions on the screen!) but that is only a very small part of making them ready to use.

These are complex systems which need to be set-up for the organisation where they are deployed. This involves selecting the right modules for the requirements and implementing the accounting legal requirements and business rules. (That requires business analysis and accounting skills.)

Also, ERP suppliers are in the business of supplying this expertise or selling training. For example see http://www.sap.com/education/e-learning/ and http://academy.sunsystems.com/ and http://www.baan.com/services/educationservices/ and http://www.coda.com/solutions/services/Education.asp and http://www.m4systems.com/m4services/services/implement.htm and http://www.oracle.com/education/index.html?11i_ebusiness_suite_home.html

Two places to start understanding these systems is http://www.erp.com and http://www.basda.org

If you have a specific ERP package in mind, go to their website and look up Education or contact their user group (some user group members make their own tipsheets available through the groups).

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