The Certificate in Enterprise Systems using SAP for individuals in business and industry who wish to learn more about SAP. All employees can enhance their value to their employers by better understanding SAP’s business functionality and the integration of business systems. The Certificate in Enterprise Systems using SAP is designed by innovative SAP faculty at Central Michigan University who have been responsible for offering SAP supported courses for nearly twenty years. The Certificate in Enterprise Systems using SAP is a hands-on approach to learning SAP’s business functionality by studying first, the fundamental concepts of business process integration using SAP, next, configuration and implementation of global systems using SAP, and finally, business analytics and data mining using SAP.
Credentials Provided: CMU Professional Development Certificate
A Certificate in Enterprise Systems using SAP will be presented to you and the Certificate will signify that you have enhanced your skills and competencies in enterprise systems using SAP by successfully participating in 11 days of training from CMU's SAP University Alliance Program. You can also become SAP TERP10 certified. You can then also become SAP TERP10 Certified. You can continue your SAP education and ERP credentialing by successfully passing the SAP TERP10 Certification Exam and becoming an SAP Certified Associate.
Program Overview: Filling a void in current training
For many years, company leadership has desired to find useable IT solutions which can provide for successful integrated systems making their companies more efficient and effective. The functionality of fully integrated enterprise systems requires the breakdown of the "silos" or functional business areas. The skills needed by today's employees requires the understanding of business processes across many functional areas or divisions of the business or enterprise. An enterprise system integrates processes such as product planning, development, manufacturing, sales, and marketing. Some of the most common ERP modules include those for product planning, material purchasing, inventory control, distribution, accounting, marketing, finance, and HR. For the past 20 years, CMU's business curriculum has emphasized the need for students to understand information systems integration and business functionality. Recruiters wanted CMU's graduates to not only be knowledgeable in their major, but to also have a full understanding of how their discipline integrates with other functional areas of the business. As business transactions are performed in one functional area of the business, students needed to understand the integration of those transactions on other disciplines.