Managing Business with SAP: Planning, Implementation and Evaluation is a collection of valuable experiences and perspectives from IT professionals regarding the selection and implementation of SAP.
Managing Business with SAP: Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation covers the basic concepts and principles of ERP/SAP technology, the challenges and issues encountered in the integration and implementation of ERP/SAP systems; and the critical success factors for measuring effective system implementation. Discussions span from the history of SAP to the availability of a strategic implementation plan to ensure the successful and effective use of the implementation approach.
Managing Business with SAP: Planning, Implementation and Evaluation is important to all IT managers as it addresses the reasons why many ERP systems fail, and how IT managers can improve the rate of successful implementation.
About the Editor
Linda K. Lau is an assistant professor of Computer Information Management Systems at the College of Business and Economics of Longwood University (USA) since 1994. She worked briefly as a financial consultant with Salomon Smith Barney from 1999-2000. She received her PhD in Management Information Systems from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1993, and her Master’s of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from Illinois State University in 1987 and 1986, respectively. She is a member of the Editorial Board for SAM Advanced Management Journal, and an ad-hoc reviewer for the Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) and the Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM). Her current research areas include enterprise resource planning, distance learning, and Web development. She has published several articles in journals and conference proceedings, and she also edited a book entitled Distance Learning Technologies: Issues, Trends and Opportunities, with Idea Group Inc. in 2000.