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ERP Tools, Techniques, and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chain, (With-CD ROM)

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Title: ERP Tools, Techniques, and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chain, (With-CD ROM)
Author: Carol A. Ptak, Eli Schragenheim
ISBN: 1574442708 / 9781574442700
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 430
Publisher: St. Luice
Year: 2000
Availability: Out of Stock
     
 
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Intensifying competition forces companies to closely integrate with their customers and suppliers. Cooperation creates a more flexible supply chain. Yet, lead-times become shorter and demand for increased variety continues to grow. This dilemma requires a means to implement the desired integration. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is that tool.

ERP, a system for effectively planning and managing all the resources of an enterprise, fully utilizes the increased power available in computers today. ERP is distinguished from MRP in its use of relational databases, fourth-generation languages, integrated computer aided engineering tools, and open system portability to adjunct planning systems, finite scheduling systems, and manufacturing execution systems.

INTRODUCING THE MANAGEMENT INTERACTIVE CASE STUDY SIMULATOR

This book includes the Management Interactive Case Study Simulator (MICSS) on CD-ROM, a computerized case study that lets you manage a small company, illustrating crucial management issues. The challenge: learn to control the dynamics of this virtual company and maneuver it to financial success.

The Advanced Planning and Scheduling tools of the ERP system help determine the most beneficial mix of customers and orders. ERP provides timing recommendation for material purchases and can share this information with all links of the supply chain. A successful ERP is highly effective in reducing material costs, which boosts profitability.

The most common reason that ERP implementations fail is when operators are not properly educated in the integrated business application of the system. This ignorance turns ERP into an overpriced inventory control system. ERP: Tools, Techniques and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chain helps provide the education that is critical for ERP success.

Foreword
Preface
About the Author and Simulation Team
Acknowledgments
MICSS Program
How to Use This Book
Introduction

Section 1 : Enterprise Management
Chapter 1 : History of ERP
Chapter 2 : The Theory of Constraints and ERP
Chapter 3 : Sales and Operations Planning
Chapter 4 : Buffer Resource Strategy
Chapter 5 : Enterprise Resource Management
Chapter 6 : Integrating the Supply Chain to Reap the Rewards

Section 2 : Operations Management
Chapter 7 : Operations Planning (Material and Capacity Requirements)
Chapter 8 : Product Design and Development
Chapter 9 : Manufacturing Execution System (MES)
Chapter 10 : Distribution

Section 3 : ERP Selection and Implementation
Chapter 11 : ERP System Requirements
Chapter 12 : Selecting the Right ERP System
Chapter 13 : Data Record Accuracy
Chapter 14 : Implementation : Generalized Industry Application
Chapter 15 : Repetitive Manufacturing Application
Chapter 16 : Process Industry Application
Chapter 17 : Remanufacturing
Chapter 18 : Project Manufacturing
Chapter 19 : Field Service

Section 4 : Application
Introduction to the ERP – MICSS Simulator
The ERP-MICSS Case : The Smart Industries Inc. Case Study
The ERP-MICSS Computerized Case Study Analysis
Index

 
 
 
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