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Benefits of ERP in Education Sector(University and Colleges)

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Benefits of ERP in Education Sector(University and Colleges)
Presented By:-
Khushbu Kushwaha
Anika Lokakshi

ERP Modules.
ERP in University
ERP benefits in university
The main advantages of ERP
Challenges of ERP implementation in University
Higher Education–Specific Applications
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ERP Implementation
Industry Which Provides ERP,
ERP used In University.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a business
management software—usually a suite of integrated applications—that a company can use to collect, store,
manage and interpret data from many business activities.


An integrated system that operates in (or near) real time without relying on periodic updates.
A common database that supports all applications .
A consistent look and feel across modules .
Installation of the system with elaborate application/data integration by the Information Technology (IT) department, provided the implementation is not done in small steps.

ERP in University
A university’s most valuable assets are faculty, students and staff.
Each has distinctive interests within the same organization.
For faculty, a university is a place to teach, conduct research, and write.
For students, it is a place to learn, live, and entertain.
For staff, it may share many features with corporate work, including management structure, hours, and HR practices.

ERP benefits in university
Campus wide integration on a common system.
Improve internal communications.
Reduce or eliminate manual processes.
Enhance strategic decision making and planning capabilities.
Establish a self-service environment for employees.
Improve self-service environment for students and faculty.
Enable higher availability of administrative systems.
Support sophisticated data analysis for use in decision-making.
Integrated workflow, industry best practices, and reduced dependence on paper.

The main advantages of ERP
for Higher Education
Education institutions are, according to ECAR.
Improved information access for planning and managing the institution.
Improved services for the faculty, students and employees.
Lower business risks.
Increased income and decreased expenses due to improved efficiency.

Problems during implementing ERP
Research in British higher education
environment reveals a number of cases in which universities started projects for the implementation of integral information solution.
Unfortunately, no results or conclusions stemming from this research are available, because the projects have not been finished yet. 
The University of Minnesota had a similar experience, when the planned cost of $38m rose to $53m, and finally reached $60m.

Challenges of ERP implementation in University
Heiskanen, Newman and Similä, (2000) suggest that ERP software, which incorporates best practices from the corporate business industry, is not appropriate for universities, since universities have unique structures and decision-making processes.
Organizational culture heavily affects ERP implementation. Tsichritzis (1999) indicates that today’s universities have been forced to admit that “education is a business and students are the customers”. There can be resistance to ERP implementation at universities because it involves not merely the adoption of a new information system, but a holistic change in organizational culture.
Higher Education–Specific Applications
Oracle Policy Automation could be outlined :
Eligibility for a Degree or Program
Fee Liabilities
English Language Requirements
Credit Transfers
Scholarships and Grants
Graduation Requirements
Academic Advising

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
ERP Implementation
MIT which had 10,000 students and faculty and staff totaling 8,000, faced pressures from outside of MIT as well as a significant operating budget problem.
Federal research spending and growth in U.S. research spending had decreased, and increasing MIT’s tuition fee would lead to enrollment barriers for too many students.
These problems may cause to increase operating gap, resulting in difficulties to attract and support MIT’s major stakeholders – students, faculty, staff, alumni, sponsors, and employers.

ERP System In MIT
Industries Which Provides ERP
Cedar Crestone

SunGard SCT

ERP used In University.

1 UAE University UAE SCT
2 Monash University Australia SAP
3 University Hannover Germany SAP
4 University of Leeds England SAP
5 University of Toronto Canada SAP
6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA SCT
7 University of North Carolina at Greensboro USA SCT
8 University of Illinois USA SCT
9 University of Notre Dame USA SCT
10 Pace University USA SCT


11 Lebanese American University Leabnon SCT & Oracle
12 Kuwait University Kuwait SCT & Oracle
13 American University Cairo Egypt SCT & SAP
14 Gulf University of Science & Technology Kuwait PeopleSoft
15 University of Michigan USA PeopleSoft
16 Cornell University USA PeopleSoft
17 American University of Kuwait Kuwait SCT
18 Effat College Saudi Arebia SCT
19 American University of Sharjah UAE SCT
20 Higher College of Technology UAE SCT

Thank You
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