Enterprise Systems at Walton College
Enterprise systems today, are complex Information Technology (IT) ecosystems used by companies for mission-critical applications. Further, enterprise systems platforms integrate business processes and align IT to support business strategy. Although enterprise systems are used by the world's largest businesses, more favorable IT price/performance values results in enterprise systems being implemented in medium-sized companies as well.
At the Sam M. Walton College of Business, Enterprise Systems are comprised of four major hubs and support systems, along with access to large, real-world datasets:
- IBM z10 Mainframe Server
- Microsoft SQL Server 2016
- Teradata Database Server
- SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Software.
Our multiple enterprise systems platforms coupled with large, real-world datasets play a very important role in the undergraduate and graduate curricula at the Walton College. The Walton College Enterprise systems program strives to be a premier world-wide source of academic enterprise curriculum and systems.
"Students gain competitive advantage by working with our world-class Enterprise Systems and real-world datasets."
- David Douglas, Enterprise Systems
Enterprise Systems Comprehensive Help:
- Platform Access Request
- Remote Desktop Connection Instructions
- IBM DB2 Guide
- MEC Guide
- SAP Guide
- TUN Guide
- HICSS 2010 Presentation
Schools we support through our collection of enterprise platforms and datasets: