Updated on Oct 21, 2019 06:50 IST
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"ERP" is the acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning. It can be defined as a suite of software used by different organisations across the globe to manage their day-to-day business activities, such as accounting, procurement, project management, risk management and compliance, and supply chain operations. A complete ERP suite also includes enterprise performance management – A software that helps to plan, budget, predict, and report on an organization’s financial results.

In today’s business world, it is difficult for an organisation to manage its day-to-day operation without a software. ERP is the answers to most of the business need as it supports every process possible in a company. ERP systems corral enterprise data and processes facilitating are able to align separate departments and improve their workflow that results into a significant bottom-line savings. Some of the specific business benefits include:

  • Improved business insight from real-time information generated by reports
  • Lower operational costs through streamlined business processes and best practices
  • Enhanced collaboration from users sharing data in contracts, requisitions, and purchase orders
  • High user-adoption rates from a common user experience and design
  • Reduced risk through improved data integrity and financial controls
  • Lower management and operational costs through uniform and integrated systems

According to recent reports, ERP market is expected to witness sales growth of 7.2% between 2014 and 2020 with estimated sales in 2020 at USD 41.69 bn. It is now widely used across industries including production, manufacturing, logistics, airline, shipping, retailing, medical, tourism, hospitality, transportation, and banking services.

The training programmes have been crafted keeping the needs of graduates and working professionals in mind. These will train a person in areas such as:

  • HR Management
  • Material Management
  • Production Planning
  • Financial Accounting
  • Sales and Distribution
  • Information Technology
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Solutions Management

Skills required by ERP Professionals

For an effective ERP Professional, one requires different skills other than academic qualification. These skills not only help the person to improve organisation’s revenue but also in building brand value and conceptualising productive ideas. The skills required are:

  • Technology-specific knowledge
  • Good communication skills
  • Project management skills
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership qualities
  • Team building
  • Resourcefulness
  • Encouraging others

Eligibility Criteria

Generally, candidates who have completed relevant Bachelor’s Degree program are eligible to pursue this course. Some such relevant Academic programs are – BE/BTech, MBA, MCA, CA etc. Possessing basic computer knowledge will be an added advantage.

Syllabus for ERP Courses

Module

Detail

Module I : Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning

Introduction of the term Business Process Reengineering(BPR) ,BPR Methodology, Current BPR Tools ,Introduction to material requirement planning (MRP), Definition of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP); Evolution of ERP; Characteristics, Features, Components and needs of ERP; ERP Vendors; Benefits & Limitations of ERP Packages

Module II : Enterprise Modeling and Integration of ERP

Need to focus on Enterprise Integration/ERP; Information mapping; Role of common shared Enterprise database; System Integration, Logical vs. Physical System Integration, Benefits & limitations of System Integration, ERP’s Role in Logical and Physical Integration

Module III : ERP Architecture and Implementation Methodology of ERP

Generic Model of ERP system; Core Modules functionality; Types of ERP architecture, Client Server Architecture, Web-based Architecture, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) ; Difficulty in selecting ERP, Approach to ERP selection, Request for Proposal approach, Proof-of-Concept approach; General Implementation Methodology of ERP, Vanilla Implementation; Evaluation Criteria of ERP packages; Project Implementation Team Structure

Module IV : Introduction to SAP , Oracle APPS

SAP, Integrated SAP Model, SAP Architecture, SAP R/3 System & mySAP, SAP Modules; Oracle Apps, Oracle AIM Methodology, Oracle Fusion Modules; A Comparative assessment of ERP Packages

Module V : ERP for Supply Chain Management and Customer Relationship Management

Supply Chain Management and ERP

Definition of Supply Chain Management (SCM); Supply Chain Council’s SCOR Model; Stevens Model of Supply Chain Management; Aims of SCM; SCM Key Drivers; Collaborative Design & Product Development; Benefits of SCM; ERP Vs SCM; Key SCM Vendors

Customer Relationship Management and ERP

Definition of Customer Relationship Management (CRM); CRM Evolution; CRM Delivery Processes, CRM support Processes; CRM Analysis Processes; CRM Components; Key CRM Vendors

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ERP Job Profiles

Job Role

Job Description

Salary

ERP Developer

ERP developers are in charge of creating planning software and applications for enterprise resource programs for their organization.

Rs 3,93,054

ERP Analyst

ERP analysts are responsible for solving information technology-related problems and working with clients to solve business problems using business knowledge, consulting skills, and packaged solution expertise.

Rs 4,04,521

ERP Consultant

ERP consultant generally provides support related to a company's enterprise resource planning.

Rs 7,75,669

Top Companies hiring ERP Professionals

Salaries earned by ERP professionals typically vary as per job profile and companies. After completing  ERP course, candidates can seek jobs in the following companies across the country and globe.

NetSuite ERP

Business Cloud Essentials

Sage Intacct

SYSPRO

Odoo

Oracle ERP Cloud

Microsoft Dynamics GP

SAP ERP

Epicor ERP

Brightpearl

Sage 100 ERP

FinancialForce ERP

Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management

Dolibarr

Deskera

Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Awery Aviation ERP

WP ERP

Kechie ERP

Stafiz

 

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