Interested in online learning?

Edukatico will keep you updated from time to time. (You can stop this at any time.)

Edx logo
Provider: edX
Go to online course
Transparency note: Some course providers support the operation of our search portal with referral commissions.

Content

This online course gives an overview of Management Information Systems (MIS). MIS include financial reporting systems, customer relationship management (CRM) systems, and others.


The course covers various aspects, including:

  • Supporting tech infrastructures (Cloud, Databases, Big Data)
  • The MIS development/ procurement process
  • The main integrated systems, ERPs, such as SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics Navision
  • Their relationship with Business Process Redesign

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Teacher: Alfonso Duran Heras
Provided by: edX
Course language: English
Fees: free course
Level: intermediate
Certificate possible? (fee)
Format: MOOC/online course
Go to online course
Transparency note: Some course providers support the operation of our search portal with referral commissions.

User comments 1

This is a good introductory course to Enterprise Resource Planning / ERP systems for beginners. What I like: - Its free :) - Easy explanations with examples - Short questions and tests between videos make you really think about it before you proceed - The best feature of the course is that you can actually explore a real ERP system (the open source Oddo system) in week 4. This was really interesting and helpful to get a first hand impression of an ERP system I think. What I dont like: - Its a good overview course. But I personally think it could have some more in depth problems or discussions (maybe as additional optional content?) - It should include a comparison of the top ERP systems in the market. It just mentions these systems and there is some material included in the reading list, but the course really should have a section that exmplains the differences between SAP, Dynamics/Navision, Oracle (maybe this could include the industries or company size which are more likely to use these various systems or something like that) - Sometimes the instructor is slightly hard to understand (its ok and there are subtitles, but you really have to focus sometimes). But overall ok and he is very enthusiastic instructor and knows what he is talking about. - Forums could be more active (but then again, I was not active myself)

How do you like the course 'Introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS): A Survival Guide'?

Other online courses in Business, Management, Economics