University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

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Enterprise Systems at Walton College

 As a premier source of academic enterprise curriculum and systems, we support education and research efforts at the University of Arkansas and around the world. Our programs produce globally competitive students and world-leading faculty for teaching and research. These programs are made possible through the relationships we have with industry. We want to thank our industry partners for their support in making these resources available to other universities without charge.



Exercises, Use Cases, and Labs

Expose your students to business processes and techniques sought after by the world's top employers.

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Systems

Access world- class Enterprise Systems platforms used by Fortune 100 companies for mission-critical applications.

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Datasets

Students learn with real-world datasets from our industry partners, including Dillard’s, Sam’s Club and Tyson.

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Global Reach

Schools we support through our collection of enterprise platforms and datasets:

Map of Schools we support through our collection of enterprise platforms and datasets.

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View a map of which schools we support

 

Students

Gain competitive advantage by working with our world-class Enterprise Systems and real-world datasets. View academic programs that incorporate Enterprise Systems

Faculty and Researchers

The Walton College's Information Systems Department faculty, through their teaching, cutting-edge research, and leadership in national professional organizations, provide a full range of expertise in information systems..  Learn how to incorporate our systems into your teaching and research.

Industry Partners

Business and Industry Partnerships are absolutely essential to the success of Enterprise Systems-and on many fronts including student success, curriculum and research. Engage with us.  Help support our systems.

News and Updates

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EPIC Spotlight: Kathryn Carlisle

Banks are a big part of many people’s lives. They use them to receive and store their paychecks, pay their bills, take out loans and save. For most working Americans, having enough money to open and retain a checking account can be fairly easy. Kathryn Carlisle Senior Managing Director Blockchain Center of Excellence But for … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Kathryn Carlisle

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Three New Business Graduate Degrees Created to Meet Industry Demand

Walton College now offers three new graduate degrees: Master of Professional Accounting, Master of Applied Business Analytics and Master of Science in Supply Chain Management. Classes begin fall 2020.

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Walton College to Host 2020 Women in IT Conference

Walton College is hosting the 2020 Women in IT Conference on April 8 at the University of Arkansas.

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Blockchain in Business: What Do Companies’ 10-K Reports Say About DLT?

Three researchers from the Walton College at the University of Arkansas – Mary Lacity, Kris Allee and Yaping Zhu – looked at SEC-required reports to “examine companies’ propensity to discuss blockchains in their 10-Ks in order to measure the degree of their investment in this technology.”

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Frizzell Selected as Walton College Employee of the Quarter

Along with Frizzell, Karen McDowell and Sandra Cox Birchfield were also nominated for their contributions to Walton College.