A STUDY OF ISSUES AFFECTING ERP IMPLEMENTATION IN SMEs (No of pages:98)

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Chapter-1

INTRODUCTION

Chapter-2

LITERATURE REVIEW

Chapter-3

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter-4

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Chapter-5

SYSTEM ANALYSIS ANDIMPLIMENTATION

Chapter-6

FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION

Chapter-7

LIMITATIONS AND CONCLUSION

Chapter-8

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Chapter-9

QUESTIONNAIRE

 

INTRODUCTION:

Enterprise Resource Planning is the latest high end solution, information technology has lent to business application. The ERP solutions seek to streamline and integrate operation processes and information flows in the company to synergise the resources of an organisation namely men, material, money and machine through information. Today many companies in India have gone in for implementation of ERP and it is expected in the near future that 60% of the companies will be implementing one or the other ERP packages since this will become a must for gaining competitive advantage.

In the present business environment, role of a Chartered Accountant is considered to be very important and inevitable. Chartered Accountants as managers, consultants, advisors or auditors play an important role in controlling, managing, and supporting the business.

 Objectives of the study:

Primary objective:

  • To analyze the enhancements required for the current manual system and to design an automated system.

 

Secondary objective:

  • To analyse the Implementation of ERP and IT industries in India.
  • To identify the factors, issues & challenges in ERP Implementation.
  • To make it more user friendly

 

PROBLEM STATEMENT AND LITERATURE REVIEW:

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:

The existing software of the concerned company is not efficient. The expected productivity is not obtained from the system. The employees are finding it difficult to use.  The need for the project work aroused due to the expansion plans of the company in meeting the large contracts of the industry.  The existing being a manual one, have lot of limitations and disadvantages. Hence the following objectives are laid for the proposed system, which tends to avoid the disadvantages and improve effectiveness efficiency.

 

REVIEW OF LITERATURE

My reference material comes from the existing system information that the company has. There is no such general information regarding this aspect because it relates to the internal affairs of the company. This researched deals with finding the flaws and trying to come to a conclusion whether an enhanced variant of the present system would be advantageous or not.

This is a attempt to design an ERP system which involves an integrated automation of entire processes done in the concerned company .In this present day when companies, irrespective of their market size and market share, are selling in various areas of the world. ERP is a best available solution for them. ERP packages are targeted at everything from small business to largest organizations, and that can be composed of a highly flexible decentralized database and an information system cluster linked by a network. An ERP package can not only handle individual business functions such as accounts, HR and material management, but also the entire range of business functions necessary for the company’s operations

 

REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION (SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE)

 

Requirement specification is a software engineering tasks that bridges the gap between level software allocation and software design. Requirement analysis enables the software engineer to specify software function and performance and establish design constraints that the software must meet.

Requirement analysis allows the software engineer to refine the software allocation and build models of the process, data and behavioral domains that will be treated by the software. Requirement analysis provides the software engineer with a representation of information and function that can be translated to data, architectural and procedural designs. Finally, the requirement analysis provides the developer and the customer with the means to access the quality once the software is build.

 

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND REFERENCES:

METHODLOGY TO BE USED:

 

Research design simply means a search of answers to questions and solutions to problems.  It is a prospective investigation. Research is a systematic and logical study of an issue or problem through scientific method. Research is a systematic and objective analysis and recording of generalization, principles, resulting in prediction and possessing ultimate control of events.

A research design is the arrangement of condition for the collection and analysis of data in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research purpose with economy in procedure.  There are various research designs, but descriptive and analytical research design is most suitable for this study.

DATA COLLECTION DESIGN

Data would be collected with the help of using questionnaires. A questionnaire, which is also known familiarly as an interview schedule with a format containing a list of questions sequentially order to obtain information relevant to the objectives of the study. Structure and undisguised questionnaire was chosen as the questions could be presented with exactly the same order to all the respondents. The reason for standardization was to ensure that all respondents were replying to the same question.

The questionnaire for research included a combination of the following kinds of question

  • Close-ended
  • Direct question

 

Primary source:

The researcher will be collected the data directly from sample respondents through direct interview method and with the help of structured questionnaire.

Secondary source:

The secondary data for the study will be collected from various journals, survey reports, books and magazines.

Sampling technique:

The employees of the concerned company are taken as a sample and will carry out the study.

Duration: 1 month

 Design Techniques

Designing the systems involves for different aspects

    • Input Design
    • Output Design
    • Screen Design
    • File Design
    • Database Design
    • Architecture design

 

An important processing system must be functional in design, it must supply information quickly, eliminate duplication of effort and takes and must make effective user of people, technology and procedures.

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