Cal State LA's Enterprise Systems Club is one of the strongest student organizations in the College of Business & Economics. The group offers an abundant amount of networking opportunities with employers and SAP University Alliance faculty for students across the campus. The group also works to increases the awareness on the Enterprise Systems course work and career counselling services to its members in collaboration with the Career Center. All students who are enrolled for Enterprise Systems courses at Cal State LA are encouraged to be members of the user group and take advantage of its many activities and benefits including:
1. Connect with Industry: Inviting Enterprise Systems related officials from various companies like GM, 3M, IBM, Rockwell Collins, etc. to better understand Enterprise from an industry perspective as well to enhance the networking with potential employers.
2. Connect with Professor: The Enterprise Systems Club works very closely with some of the best faculty Cal State LA has to offer. The Enterprise Systems faculty are dedicated individuals who want to see their students to succeed in Industry.
3. Connect with employers: With its wide range of activities, Enetrprise Systems Club has an ability to build strong networking among the employers and students for mutual benefit of both groups.
4. SAP TERP10 Study Sessions: Students can take advantage of SAP TERP10 study sessions offered two times a week during the spring semester. This helps many students who are hoping to take TERP10 certification in the summer. It also benefits students to gain more understanding of SAP concepts even if they are not planning to take the certification exam.
5. On site "lessons learned" visits to companies out of state: Over the past number of years, the Enetrprise Systems Club has visited many corporations, such as Monsanto, Caterpillar, Harley-Davidson, MillerCoors, All State, John Deere, Steel Case, Cargill, 3M, and others. Leadership at these companies have provided the students with the opportunity to meet various professionals who have been working with SAP in their corporations. The students meet with their company leaders such as the CIO and others. The SAP students enjoy meeting these professionals and learning about their implementations and usage of SAP. The Enterprise Systems Club represents majors throughout the College of Business & Economics including majors in Information Systems, Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, Human Resources, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, and others. They also have very active graduate SAP students who are pursuing their MSIS or MBA degrees with an ERP concentration.