ERP for Dummies

Mary Ellen Lucas, Ronnie Bishop

Publisher: Cibres, 2002, 200 pages

ISBN: 0-9700352-4-1

Keywords: Enterprise Resource Planning

Last modified: July 31, 2021, 11:12 a.m.

ERP For Dummies represents an exercise in simplicity for understanding ERP systems. Written in the most basic language it is well adapted to all audiences. This should be the first book anyone reads on ERP. It is appropriate for executives, students, teachers, managers, consultants, programmers, analysts, lawyers, and more.

The book helps prepare future users and students of ERP. It answers basic questions like: What is ERP? How will it affect me? How will it help my company? How is it implemented?

ERP for Dummies has been chosen by the CIBRES.COM organization as the primary introductory book for newcomers to ERP,

This book comes with a unique free online question / answer wizard that allows readers to search for specific ERP questions and answers. Or the reader may use the Wizard to ask question to the authors or a list of experts.

  1. What Is ERP?
  2. How Can This Help My Company?
  3. What's It Going to Take?
  4. Who Is Going to Do It?
  5. How Is It Going to Happen?
  6. How Do We Measure Success?


ERP for Dummies

Reviewed by Roland Buresund

Excrement * (1 out of 10)

Last modified: May 21, 2007, 3:04 a.m.

Written like a question and answer session between the authors.

It only lacks coherence, good bindings, quality, an index, and a lot more. Don't confuse this book with other "for dummies" books, they have no relation at all.

Avoid at all costs.


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