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By now you should have developed some understanding about enterprise systems and their impact on the organization. write a case paper on the following topic.
Review information from the background readings and research other sources on your own and please prepare a 3-5 page paper on the topic:Do you agree that an Enterprise System is critical to business success? Why or Why not?
Approach the question by 1) discussing what an enterprise system is, 2) how it has evolved from piecemeal applications to an integrated system, 3) how it brings integration of business processes and 4) how it helps to provide a tool for decision making for the management team.
Augment the above with a description of an Enterprise System you are familiar with from your current job, past job, or from personal experience such as a system used by a company or government federal or local) agency you worked in.
Your paper should be between three and five pages. Take a definite stand on the issues, and develop your supporting argument carefully. Using material from the background information and any other sources you can find to support specific points in your argument is highly recommended; try to avoid making assertions for which you can find no support other than your own opinion.