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The advent of web has not always caused an adverse effect for the print medium. ERP books are widely read and
circulated in industry and among academicians. This gives the list of Books on ERP and related subjects.


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This book provides information on the Vital Factors involved in ERP implementation. The Implementation of ERP
forms an integral part in deciding ERP success. The objective of this book is to create awareness about errors that
ought not to have been made during the implementation cycle. The model of SAP implementation is explained in-
depth. Since SAP happens to be an ERP giant learning from case will be universally applicable. In addition the reader
is exposed to many areas covered in SAP ERP implementation about which he would not have otherwise heard.

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This book offers a systematic and methodical approach for handling ERP. The precautions that one need to take in
the process of handling issues right from the stage of business process reengineering are addressed. It lays down
the procedures to be followed in making arrangements for supply chain, Plant floor automation and CMMS. This book
also includes many live examples of how the above mentioned actions have been executed successfully in the
organization. The numbers of those examples are quiet high and are drawn from several
sector/industry/platform/application. The basic idea is to help the user to have an exposure from vast setups .The
reader has the rare privilege of accessing the latest status of the examples citied in the book from the internet .In
addition the latest ones in the fray are also included .

Another unique feature of the book is that it does not provide direct answers or any biased information. The reader is
asked to make judgments on his perception as ERP requirements vary from organization to organization. The
illustrations and diagrammatic representations facilitate better understanding besides arousing the interest of the

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This book explains the relationship between ERP and Operations Management. If everything functions successfully in
the company with an exception of the execution part the net result will be nil. This issue has occupied the top most
concern of organizations. This book aims to guide them in handling operations in general and ERP in particular. This
book bears the framework of a manufacturing setup. However this does not necessarily stop other sectors from
following the footpath by taking the required guidelines. The readers of this book are spread to a wide niche. Almost
all categories of people be it academicians or researchers or students or anyone willing to learn the concepts will find
it extremely useful. Clear understanding of enterprise operations and ERP systems will be prerequisite to read this
book. Even if the reader does not have expert knowledge some understanding of some basic issues is a must.

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This book answers many questions regarding ERP and its impact on business and related elements. The broad term
business has been well analyzed in four segments namely System, Life cycle, Electronic commerce and Risk. This
book also analyses the transformations that have taken place in the business process from yester years to the
current trend of Electronic commerce. It points out the issues that need to be addressed in order to make the two
sides of the coin compatible to each other.

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This book addresses the impact of technologies like internet and other latest technologies and how they needs to be
coordinated with the business process in the normal functioning of ERP. This book is also suited for people from all
genres and highly recommended for practitioners. This book tests the understanding and knowledge of the users by
posing some questions on burning issues at the end of every chapter. Some leading companies have reported high
readership. In addition this book has been prescribed as syllabi for some ERP courses run by reputed organizations
and established business houses. There is not a single are of ERP implementation that is untouched.

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The contents of this book have been written in a simple manner that can be easily understood. This book covers the
financial aspects of ERP in various dimensions with special emphasis on supply chain. The materials can be browsed
often to make clarifications and confirm the validity of the steps taken. It will be appropriate to read this book in-depth
and then go ahead with the implementation process. ERP books are recommended for those who are deeply
interested in the subject either for academic or professional reasons. One needs to implement whatever he has
learned after considering the merits of the circumstances.