This unit (BCO6181) of study enables students to gain an understanding of technologies associated with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. The unit of study covers issues associated with the implementation, use and maintenance of different enterprise wide technologies. The project based subject simulates a real life information systems implementation and requires students to understand the associated methodologies, decision points and issues.

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BCO6603 - Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Identify and analyse business information requirements related to ERP systems;  
  2. Assess and use various information gathering techniques for eliciting user requirements and system expectations;  
  3. Review and elucidate the essential functionality of different enterprise wide solutions to support effective decision-making in response to complex and unpredictable problems as well as simple predictable functionality;  
  4. Assess the potential impacts of enterprise wide solutions and associated technologies.  
  5. Critique the future trends of enterprise wide technologies;  
  6. Work as a responsible, reflective practitioner with a high level of personal autonomy and accountability in achieving individual and group outcomes;  
  7. Deduce creative solutions to complex challenges faced by contemporary enterprises and argue their position persuasively to a variety of stakeholders.  


Assessment type Description Grade
Test Multiple Choice Tests 30%
Report Management Case Study Report 20%
Assignment Practical Case Study 20%
Essay Reflective Writing 30%

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