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Gail Corbitt is a Professor of Management Information Systems at California State University, Chico, where she teaches software development and enterprise systems. Gail has over 20 years of experience in the information systems area. She has worked on major SAP implementation project at Chevron and Hewlett Packard. In addition , she has been an active researcher and consultant in the areas of business process redesign, rapid/joint applications development, and collaborative group technology for numerous organizations including the U.S. Navy, Intel, BASF, Simpson Paper Company, California Prison Authority, and the Huber Company. She received her Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Raymond Boykin is a Professor of Operations Management at California State University, Chico, where he is the Director of the SAP Program and coordinator of the Production and Operations Management Option. Ray has published many articles in the areas of operations management, risk assessment and management, and quality management. His current research interests are enterprise systems, supply chain management, and business process analysis and reengineering. Prior to joining the faculty at Chico State, Ray held positions at PLG, Monsanto, and Rockwell International. His industry experience includes: SAP R/3 (MM and QM modules) implementation and configuration, quality data warehouse, production planning models for manufacturing operations, warehouse management, material quality control, and outbound logistics. Ray received his Ph.D. in Business Administration (Management Science) at St. Louis University.
AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS.
Information Systems, Organizations, and Integration.
Silos, Mousetraps, and Islands: A Chronicle of Information Systems in Organizations.
The Challenge of Integration.
A NEW ENVIRONMENT FOR ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS.
Let's Get Horizontal: Toward a Process View of Organization.
The Relentless Distribution of Information Technology.
Data at the Core of the Enterprise.
The Architecture of an Enterprise System.
BUILDING ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS.
Planning for Enterprise Systems.
The Design of Enterprise Systems.
Realizing and Operating Enterprise Systems.
People in Enterprise Systems.
EXTENDING ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS.
Integrating Backward: Extending the Supply Chain.
Integrating Forward: Meeting Demand and Managing Customers.
Integrating Upward: Supporting Managers and Executives.