FIT3133 - Integrated business systems SAP
6 points, SCA Band 2, 0.125 EFTSL
Undergraduate Faculty of Information Technology
Leader(s): Associate Professor Vincent Lee
Clayton Second semester 2009 (Day)
This unit prepares students to act as a solution consultant in Integrated Business Systems on the basis of the latest version of SAP R/3. This unit is designed to describe the role of enterprise systems as part of the larger IT infrastructure of large scale organisations. mySAP ERP solution in combination with SAP best practice baseline packages will be used to introduce students to the complexity of enterprise wide systems through tutorial workshops where appropriate.
On completion of this unit students should:
- Be familiar with the discrete business units and processes present in most service/product supplying organisations.
- Be familiar with the discrete business systems that support these processes.
- Be able to enumerate and understand the advantages of integrating these discrete systems into an integrated business system.
- Become proficient (able to operate with minimal supervision) as a user in such an integrated environment through familiarity with a particular environment (SAP Real time ERP).
- Become proficient (able to develop with supervision) as a configuring developer in such an integrated environment through familiarity with a particular environment (SAP Real time ERP).
- Become knowledgeable (understand the main issues and concepts) about ERP integration.
Exam (2 hours): 65%; Assignment: 35%
Completion of 24 points at 1st year level.
Basic knowledge of accounting information systems, inclusive of financial reporting for internal and external enterprise requirements.
FIT2057, BUS4700, BUS5700, BUS2700