More Details about Enterprise Resource Planning

General Information  
PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2008


This text integrates the two principles in the functionality of ERP ? Management and Computer Science. Written with a managerial perspective the text explains why ERP is not just a programme for management but how ERP can be comprehensively managed by the very people who apply it. This book would be useful for the students of Management, Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Applications and Business & Commerce. The practicing managers and entrepreneurs would also find the book useful in understanding the concepts of ERP and its applications to enhance their decision making.

Key Features:-

  • Theory is explained in a very simple manner.
  • Cases and examples - 19 chapter-end cases to explain all concepts through a practical perspective. A
  • Engaging pedagogy through several learning tools.