• Course Information

    Title: What Every CFO Should Know About Implementing a New ERP
    Category: Accounting and Auditing
    Field of Study: Accounting
    Course Code: A021-0825
    CPE Credits: 1.0
    Price: $12.95
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Description

Description:
Implementing a new ERP system is a daunting task for any CFO. An ERP system by design spans the breadth of the organization and as such requires a high level of coordination and collaboration across the business. With so many options available, the task of where to start and how to think through start up elements of your own ERP initiative can be daunting for any CFO.

In this course, Jennifer Nicholson, a many-time CFO, who has recently gone through implementing a new ERP system shares with you her own insights and experience with the ERP implementation process. Whether you have begun already, are just beginning, or merely contemplating a change to your systems, this course will guide you through all the relevant stages of the implementation process.

Delivery Method: Online Interactive Self Study

Level: Overview

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

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Course Details

Author: Blair Cook

Category: Accounting and Auditing

Field of Study: Accounting

Passing Score: 70%

Publication Date: 05/22/2021

Technical Details: Accounting: Technical

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Objectives

Objectives:
1. Identify what an ERP system is.
2. Differentiate between cloud-based vs. on-premise ERP deployment.
3. Recognize requirements at different stages of an ERP system implementation.
4. Identify testing and other aspects of a successful ERP system.

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Profession

NASBA: Yes

QAS: Yes

CPA: Suitable for all CPAs

IRS: No IRS credit for Enrolled Agents.

Profession Identifiers : CPA

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