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Enterprise SystemsINFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 1 of 11UniSA STEM SAMPLE TEST SOLUTIONS INFT 3024 Enterprise Systems This paper is for City West, External Central Exam Venue (External) and External Exam Venue (External) students.Examination Duration: 120 minutes Reading Time: 10 minutesFor Examiner Use Only Question Mark Q Max Mark A 40 B 30 C 30 Total 100 Student Number |__|__|__|__|__|__|__|__|__| Last Name _______________________ First Name _______________________ Calculator Details Make _________________ Model _________________ Study Period 5 Exams, 202x This exam paper must not be removed from the venueINFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 2 of 11 Part A – Multiple Choice Answers Template1 A B C D 21 A B C D 2 A B C D 22 A B C D 3 A B C D 23 A B C D 4 A B C D 24 A B C D 5 A B C D 25 A B C D 6 A B C D 26 A B C D 7 A B C D 27 A B C D 8 A B C D 28 A B C D 9 A B C D 29 A B C D 10 A B C D 30 A B C D 11 A B C D 31 A B C D 12 A B C D 32 A B C D 13 A B C D 33 A B C D 14 A B C D 34 A B C D 15 A B C D 35 A B C D 16 A B C D 36 A B C D 17 A B C D 37 A B C D 18 A B C D 38 A B C D 19 A B C D 39 A B C D 20 A B C D 40 A B C DINFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 3 of 11Part A — Multiple ChoiceFor each of the 40 questions, indicate your answer by circling the most appropriate letter ON THE TEMPLATE PROVIDED ON THE PREVIOUS PAGE.Each question is worth 1 mark. There is no penalty for wrong answers. Total marks for this part: 40 marks. NOTE: Only 11 questions are provided in this sample exam paper. Go through the weekly quizzes for additional practice. INFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 4 of 11 1. Which of the following is NOT a change factor in the business environment and, is not a reason to consider an ERP system to support these changes? a. Reduce time to market. b. Improve quality and customer service. c. Maintain current product mix. d. Shifts in consumer demand. 2. Which of the following is NOT a functional requirement for enterprise-wide information management? a. Online integration of all business applications and data in a company. b. Consistent representation of operational volume and values flows. c. Easy interaction between people and machines with intuitive, consistent user interfaces. d. Segregated and differentiated support of business processes, both internally and in the three-way relationship of customer/firm/vendor. 3. Which of the following does NOT describe an aspect of the SAP software? a. A series of integrated core business application modules for transaction. b. Client/server software that processes business transactions. c. A suite of integrated personal productivity tools. d. A methodology for implementing application software. 4. The creation of more effective business processes based on existing processes is also known as? a. Industrial engineering. b. Accelerated business practices. c. Business process reengineering. d. Better business planning. INFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 5 of 11 5. Which of the following integrated business processes would include the step that issues a goods receipt upon arrival of the goods at the warehouse and produces an accounting - and a material document? a. Production. b. Sales. c. Warehouse management. d. Purchasing. 6. The Production Planning (PP) module is integrated with which of the following modules? a. Material Management b. Controlling c. Sales and Distribution d. All the above7. In Material Requirement Planning a. Material availability is ensured b. If shortage exists the corresponding elements are planned c. Stock transfers are made d. The availability of the components is ensured via dependent requirements8. What are the components of an R3 system with respect to the three tier architecture? a. Development, Quality, Production b. Backend, Application, User Interface c. Demo, Training, Sandbox d. BI, Datawarehouse, Data miningINFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 6 of 11 9. A specialized database used for data analysis purposes is called, a. Data Warehouse b. Knowledge Management c. Database Management System d. Business Intelligence10. An organisational unit facilitating differentiation between the various stocks of material within a plant is called? a. Shipping point b. Transportation planning point c. Shipping condition d. Storage location11. List out the activities carried out in Production Planning? a. Processing material master b. Creation of BOM c. Displaying work centers d. All of the aboveINFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 7 of 11 Part B — Short AnswersAnswer all questions.For each of the questions, write your answers on the answer booklet. Use the appropriate question number.Minimum: 125 words for each answer.Each question is worth 5 marks. Total marks for this part: 30 marks. NOTE: Only 3 questions are provided in this sample exam.1. Explain (1) what predictive plant maintenance is and (2) which SAP module supports this approach? See Module 9a on “Enterprise Asset Management”. Predictive maintenance techniques allow to determine the condition of equipment in order to estimate when maintenance of the equipment is required. It aims at minimizing maintenance costs and minimizing or eliminating the downtime of an equipment. This approach promises cost savings over routine or time-based preventive maintenance, because tasks are performed only when warranted. The SAP ERP module on “Enterprise Asset Management” supports this strategy.2. Explain what is meant by the term ‘Master Data’. How is master data structured? Give at least one example of master data to support your explanation. See Module 4b. Something along those lines below. Highlighted are some terms that must be included in the answer in order to get full marks. Master data are data that remain fairly stable, such as customer name and address. Master data are maintained in the central database, and are available to all SAP ERP modules, including SD (Sales and Distribution), FI (Financial), and CO (Controlling). It is structured and grouped according to organizational structures. INFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 8 of 113. What is ASAP? What does it stand for and why is it called like this? See Module 7. Something along those lines below. Highlighted are some terms that must be included in the answer in order to get full marks: SAP developed the Accelerated SAP (ASAP) implementation methodology, a framework for implementing systems, to ease the implementation process. SAP has continued developing implementation methodology; the latest version, Solution Manager, is designed to greatly speed the implementation process. It is called “accelerated” because it provides a collection of accelerators used to collect data needed for an R/3 System configuration. Accelerators include Word, HTML, PowerPoint, PDF templates, checklists and are used to configure the corresponding business process.INFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 9 of 11 Part C — Long AnswersAnswer all questions. Indicate your answers in the answer booklet.Total marks for this part: 18 marks. There are two questions: MeltChoc (MC) is a boutique chocolate manufacturer based in South Australia. MC produces chocolate for a specialised clientele – mostly 5 star hotels across Australia. They also have a shop-front selling chocolate to the general public, but their majority of sales come from the big hotels. Order fulfillment process of MeltChoc: CloudCity is a newly established 5-star hotel and is using the services of MC to replenish its chocolate stock. Initially, the purchasing officer of CloudCity would contact the MC’s S&M Manager Smith and order an amount of 5000 chocolate bars. Upon receiving the order, Smith needs to analyse the order and checks if it is complete. If it is incomplete, then it is rejected. If it is complete, then Smith passes the order to the warehouse manager Hunter who checks if there is enough stock available. If insufficient products are available in the warehouse, Hunter will inform the production facility to send new products to the warehouse. Once enough products are available in the warehouse, Hunter will organise the shipment of the products. Once the products are shipped, the accounting department is informed which sends an invoice to the client. When the production facility receives a notification from the warehouse it will purchase ingredients for the chocolate factory and plans the production at the same time. When both activities are finished, it will produce the chocolate bars and sends them to the warehouse. Answer the following two questions based on the description above. A. Develop an EPC diagram to describe the Order Fulfillment process. (12 marks)INFT 3024 Enterprise Systems Page 10 of 11 See Module 3. Marking scheme: 2 marks for swim lanes, 2 marks for correct syntax (alternate events and functions; correct use
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1 In detailed scheduling, longer production runs of a particular product:
a.
Increases the available capacity by reducing the frequency of setups.
.
Increases finished goods inventory levels.
c.
Reduces finished goods inventory levels.
d.
Both a and
2 What stage of
the production planning process splits monthly production planning values into finer time periods?
a.
Sales Forecasting
.
BOM
c.
MRP
d.
Demand Management
3 Which of the following factor was NOT contributing to the development of ERP systems?
a.
Information silos in organisations
.
Development of Client/Server Architecture and DBMS
c.
The advanced use of social media
d.
Challenges in the supply chain of manufacturing
4
A specialized database used for data analysis purposes is called, 
a.
Data Warehouse
.
Knowledge Management
c.
Database Management System
d.
Business Intelligence
5 Which type of software automates the execution of business processes?
a.
SAP tools
.
Processing chain tools
c.
Workflow tools
d.
Process matrix tools
6 Which of the following is a benefit of running an ERP system?
a.
Global integration
.
Elimination of maintaining multiple systems
c.
Capability to manage operations, not just monitor them
d.
All of the above are benefits
7
What is NOT a potential input for Marketing and Sales (M/S)?
a.
Sales trend data
.
Customer data
c.
Insurance expenses
d.
Personnel forecasts
8
What is the electronic computer-to-computer transfer technology of standard business documents?
a.
XML — Extensible Markup Language
.
EDI – Electronic Data Interchange
c.
IDOC — Intermediate Document
d.
API — Application Programming Interface
9
Immediately after MRP is run in SAP ERP:
a.
the stock
equirements list and MRP list are both updated and show the same information.
.
the MRP list is updated but the stock
equirements list is unaffected.
c.
the stock
equirements list is updated but the MRP list is unaffected.
d.
none of the above
10
What is Business Process Reengineering (BPR)?
a.
Redesigning the input and output of functional areas
.
Redrawing the same business processes in a different process modelling language
c.
Redesign or reorganisation of a business process for a particular business reason (e.g., to improve efficiency of the process)
d.
Adding some comments to the business process
11
A make-to-stock production system is where:
a.
items are made for inventory in anticipation of sales orders.
.
items are produced to fill specific customer orders.
c.
items are assembled for a specific customer order from an inventory of components
d.
oth a and c
12
Setting prices for customers can be very complex.  SAP helps by offering a control mechanism, called ______, to determine how much to charge a given customer for a given...
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