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Due Date: Week 11, Friday 5:00 pm
CRICOS Provider No.
00103D
ITECH 5402 Enterprise Systems
Page 1 of 4
ITECH5402- Enterprise Systems
Team assignment – Semester 1, 2018
TEAM ASSIGNMENT CONSISTS OF TEAM REPORT AND TEAM
PRESENTATION
TEAM REPORT
REQUIRED
Form a team of between 3 – 4 members. Write a team report of about 3000 words on
one of the following research topics. The report must include at least one case study to
eflect the topic of discussion.
 Business process re-engineering after ERP implementation
 Integrating ERP systems with other information systems
 Post implementation modification of ERP systems
 Organizational implications of ERP systems
 Cloud-based Enterprise Systems
The following steps are outlined as guidelines for this assessment:
1. Each member of the team is expected to select, and summarise at least three
peer-reviewed articles reflecting one of the above-mentioned topics. (3 Marks)
This should be included as an Appendix in the team report.
2. As a team, all selected papers should be discussed and integrated, hence forming
the team report. (12 Marks)
3. The team presentation must include, first, a summary of each team member’s
selection (2 Marks), followed by a presentation of the integration of articles as
provided in the team report (5 Marks).
4. Each team is also expected to provide a
ief review of another team’s
presentation (2.5 Marks).
CRICOS Provider No.
00103D
ITECH 5402 Enterprise Systems
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You are reminded to read the “Plagiarism” section of the course description. Your essay
should be a synthesis of ideas from a variety of sources expressed in your own words.
All reports must use the APA referencing style.
University Referencing/Citation Style Guide:
The University has published a style guide to help students co
ectly reference and cite
information they use in assignments (American Psychological Association (APA)
citation style,
http:
www.ballarat.edu.au/aasp/student/learning_support/generalguide/print/ch06s04.
shtml or Australian citation style
Reports are to be presented in hard copy in size 12 Arial Font and double spaced.
Your report should include a list of references used in the essay and a bibliography of
the wider reading you have done to familiarize yourself on the topic.
Report Submission: Hard-copy to tutors/lecturers assignment box in week 11. Double-
sided printing for the hard-copy is encouraged in order to save paper. Declaration
should be done to declare how much (percentage) each of the team has contributed to
the report.
A passing grade will be awarded to assignments adequately addressing all assessment
criteria. Higher grades require better quality and more effort. For example, a minimum
is set on the wider reading required. A student reading vastly more than this minimum
will be better prepared to discuss the issues in depth and consequently their report is
likely to be of a higher quality. So before submitting, please read through the
assessment criteria very carefully.
Marking guides are provided.
http:
www.ballarat.edu.au/aasp/student/learning_support/generalguide/print/ch06s04.shtml
http:
www.ballarat.edu.au/aasp/student/learning_support/generalguide/print/ch06s04.shtml
CRICOS Provider No.
00103D
ITECH 5402 Enterprise Systems

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Team Report
Weighting: 15% for Team Report
Student IDs:
Assessment Criteria:
Score Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory (0)
Presentation
Layout
/1 mark
Information is well
organized, well written,
and proper grammar
and punctuation are
used throughout.
Co
ect layout used.
Information is
organized, well written,
with proper grammar
and punctuation.
Co
ect layout used.
Information is
somewhat organized,
proper grammar and
punctuation mostly
used. Co
ect layout
used.
Information is
somewhat organized,
ut proper grammar and
punctuation not always
used. Some elements of
layout inco
ect.
Structure
/1 mark
Structure guidelines
enhanced
Structure guidelines
followed exactly
Structure guidelines
mostly followed.
Some elements of
structure omitted
Introduction
/1 mark
Introduces the topic of
the report in an
extremely engaging
manner which arouses
the reader's interest.
Gives a detailed general
ackground and
indicates the overall
"plan" of the paper.
Introduces the topic of
the report in an
engaging manner which
arouses the reader's
interest.
Gives some general
ackground and
indicates the overall
"plan" of the paper.
Satisfactorily
introduces the topic of
the report.
Gives a general
ackground.
Indicates the overall
"plan" of the paper.
Introduces the topic of
the report, but omits a
general background of
the topic and/or the
overall "plan" of the
paper.
Discussion of
topics
/4marks
All topics discussed in
depth. Displays deep
analysis of issues with
no i
elevant info.
Consistently detailed
discussion. Displays
sound understanding
with some analysis of
issues and no i
elevant
information
Most topics are
adequately discussed.
Displays some
understanding and
analysis of issues.
Inadequate discussion
of issues Little/no
demonstrated
understanding or
analysis of most issues
and/or some i
elevant
information.
Case Study
/2 marks
Case study clearly
eflects at least one of
the points discussed
and the lessons learned
Case study clearly
eflects the topic
discussed, but lessons
are not well abstracted
Case study is relevant
ut does not clearly
eflect the point of
discussion
Case study is i
elevant
to the topic of
discussion
Conclusion
/1 mark
An interesting, well
written summary of the
main points.
An excellent final
comment on the
subject, based on the
information provided.
A good summary of the
main points.
A good final comment
on the subject, based on
the information
provided.
Satisfactory summary
of the main points.
A final comment on the
subject, but introduced
new material.
Poo
no summary of the
main points.
A poor final comment
on the subject and/or
new material
introduced.
Referencing
/2 marks
Co
ect referencing
(APA). All quoted
material in quotes and
acknowledged. All
paraphrased material
acknowledged.
Co
ectly set out
eference list.
Mostly co
ect
eferencing (APA). All
quoted material in
quotes &acknowledged.
All paraphrased
material acknowledged.
Mostly co
ect setting
out reference list.
Mostly co
ect
eferencing (APA )
Some problems with
quoted material and
paraphrased material
Some problems with
the reference list.
Not all material
co
ectly
acknowledged.
Some problems with the
eference list.
Appendix-
Individual
Summary
Displays deep analysis
of issues.
Displays sound
understanding with
some analysis of issues
Displays some
understanding and
analysis of issues.
Inadequate discussion
of issues.
SubTotal-
15 marks
CRICOS Provider No.
00103D
ITECH 5402 Enterprise Systems

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Team Presentation
Weighting: 10% for Team Presentation
Students are expected to create and present a 15 minute overview of the findings
presented in the Team Report. The team presentation must include:
 a summary of each team member’s selected articles
 a presentation of the integration of articles as provided in the team report
Student IDs:
Assessment Criteria:
Criteria Marks
Introduction
/0.5
Summary of each team member’s selected articles /2
Integrated Content
/4
Conclusion
/0.5
Presentation Style eg clarity, engagement
/0.5
Review of another team’s presentation /2.5
SubTotal-2 /10
General Comments:
Team assignment Total = SubTotal-1 + SubTotal-2.
Answered Same Day May 18, 2020 ITECH5402

Solution

Abr Writing answered on May 23 2020
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Cloud Based Enterprise System
Organizational Implications of ERP Systems
ENTERPRISE SYSTEM (ITECH 5402)
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Content
ERP: Definition
Advantages of ERP
Organizational Implications
Case Study: Problem
Case Study: Solution
Conclusion
Appendix
Reference
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ERP: Introduction
-> ERP at basic level integrates all the processes that are needed to successfully run an organization
-> incorporated administration of center business forms, regularly progressively and interceded by programming and innovation
-> encourages data stream between all business capacities and oversees associations with outside partners
-> ERP analyzes data and then translates the numbers to useful information or form reports on the same
Advantages of ERP
-> Cost Advantage: Having a full-fledged enterprise solution implemented can save a lot of cost. A lot of man hours which are basically the employees working on a specific thing can be saved. That is done by the software and even reports and recommendations are prepared
-> Streamlined Processes: The enterprise solution also reduces the complexity of the process. When earlier a lot of standalone systems were in place to manage the organization, now there is one integrated ERP software which is taking care of all these processes
-> Versatility: The software is versatile in terms of its accessibility. It can be accessed from anywhere where there is internet connection
Advantages of ERP
-> Detailing: The enterprise system creates very detailed reports which can even be customized. even the external clients can create these reports on their own without have to depend on their team to do it for them
-> Efficiency: The enterprise solution definitely increases the overall efficiency of the organization and in fact for the managers who access the software as well. These managers have a basic understanding of what they need to do from these reports. That leaves them with a lot of time on their hands
-> Administrative Compliance: A very simple yet important function of ERP is that it is administrative compliant. That means that the software will make sure that the processes that are defined are being followed and that no deviation is happening
Advantages of ERP
-> Adaptability: The system is very customizable and that helps as not all organizations will need specific type of information. The system needs to be adaptable to the requirements of the firms and should provide data as per the needs and wants. And even after it is implemented if in case in the future the organization changes with certain processes the software has the capability to be modified according the new needs.
-> Security: It does not matter how great a system is if it is not secure. ERP as a software is very secure as a lot of firewalls and security checks happens to make sure...
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