Enterprise Resource Planning



Conducted by: Dr. Celeste Ng                                           Semester: One (Sept - Jan 2018)

Office:       1501                                                                Lecture: 1611

Phone: (03) 463 8800 Ext. 2614                                         Room: 1416   

E-mail:                                  Office Hours: Every Wednesday 9am -12pm, and 2-4pm

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Book Web Page: 



Course Description

This course will prepare students to (1) Describe and carry out the standard business processes in a simple enterprise resource planning (ERP) system (i.e. SAP Business One); and (2) Set up and configure the standard business processes in a simple ERP system required by a small-and-medium sized company.

nIn detailed, students will also able to:
(1) Maintain the master data with SAP Business One
n(2) Handle a company's procurement activities with SAP Business One
n(3) Handle a company's sales activities with SAP Business One
n(4) Manage a company's warehouses in SAP Business One
Model a company's production processes in SAP Business One
n(6) Model a company's material resource requirement processes in SAP Business One  


Course material prepared by SAP Education will be available for download soon.



(1) Rajesh Ray, Enterprise Resource Planning: Text & Cases, Tata McGraw-Hill: New Delhi, 2011.

(2) Ellen Monk, and Bret Wagner. Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning, Cengage Learning: Boston , 2013.

(3) David L. Olson, Managerial Issues of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, McGraw-Hill, 2004.(Distributor contact-person: McGraw-Hill Taiwan; (02) 2311-3000#232; 0919-387053)
(4) Mary Sumner, Enterprise Resource Planning,  Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005. (Distributor contact-person: Gau-Lih; (02)2290-0318#212; 0921-456030)

(5) F. B. Lawrence, D. F. Jennings and B. E. Reynolds, ERP in Distribution, South-Western Thomsom, 2005.
(4) Self-search from the Web sites


Course Grade

Approximate % of Grade

Attendance and participations


Final Report 30%
Practical exercises 40%






Student Conduct In Class Policy

Any acts of classroom disruption that go beyond the normal rights of students to question and discuss with instructors the educational process relative to subject content will not be tolerated, in accordance with the Academic Code of Conduct.


Electronic Devices In Class Policy

Cellular phones, pagers, CD players, radios, and similar devices are prohibited in the classroom and laboratory facilities. Reasonable laptop-size computers may be used in lecture for the purpose of taking notes.




Tutor is available for this course. The details are as follows:
 (); Lab - 1513B (Extension #: 2618-5132); Email -  ; Consultation hours: .





Chapter reading assignments before and after the lecture for each week.





1 Introduction n course overview
2 Fundamentals of SAP Business One SAP training material
3 Master Data SAP training material
4 Document handling SAP training material
6 Hands-on Practice SAP training material
7 Purchasing - A/P (1) SAP training material
8 Purchasing - A/P (2) SAP training material
9 No exam Self course review
10 Sales - A/R (1) SAP training material
11 Sales - A/R (2) SAP training material
12 Pricing SAP training material
13 Inventory Transactions SAP training material
14 Hands-on Practice SAP training material
15 Production (1) SAP training material
16 Production (2) SAP training material
18 No exam Self course review
    SAP training material



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