What do they do?
If you think you are a good manager then you can become an able Enterprise Resource Planner. As an ERP your job will be to communicate and collaborate effectively with all the departments. You will have to prepare and present activity and progress reports to the board members of an organisation. You will have the responsibility of reviewing the work of subordinates along with scheduling meeting and maintaining attendance of employees.
Typical day in the life of a Enterprise Resource Planner
Pros & Cons about this career
- Lucrative career You will work with top management
- Long working hours Have to stay away from home
Skills and Education needed
- Programming skills
- Innovative thinking ability
- Documentation skills
- Negotiation and people skills
How do I get there?
For entry-level positions, you should have worked in an industry at management position for at least three years and used an ERP system for at least a year. Technical consultants can be programmers in any of the major programming languages with at least one year’s experience.