What are some of the intangible benefits Mar-Bal appears      to enjoy from its new ERP system? Create a list with brief explanations.

Read Case Study 12-22 Mar-Bal’s New ERP System (Analyzing an ERP Study and Implementation) on p. 383 in Core Concepts of Accounting Information Systems .
Write a 90- to 175-word response for each of the four questions.
12-22.  Mar-Bals New ERP System (Analyzing an ERP Study and Implementation)
Access the full case story of Mar-Bal Company (the AIS-at-Work for this chapter) at www.iqms.com.  Then in the search icon (magnifying glass) at the top and type in Mar-Bal Company.  It will bring up several articles on the company. Then, respond to each of the following requirements:
Requirements
Review the items in Figure 12-10 , which lists indicators that a      company may need a new or upgraded processing system. For each item,      provide a specific example from the case description. If the case does not      address a particular item or it does not seem to apply, simply state “NA.”
Review the items listed in Figure 12-9 , which lists possible measures      of the value of an ERP. For each item, provide a specific example from the      case description. If the case does not address a particular item or it      does not seem to apply, simply state “NA.”
What are some of the intangible benefits Mar-Bal appears      to enjoy from its new ERP system? Create a list with brief explanations.
Mal-Bar’s case does not explicitly address the issue of      business process engineering (BPR) that often happens when organizations      install new ERP systems. Would you guess that none took place, or would      you argue the opposite? Defend your answer.

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