Hundreds of students fighting to make a profitable company in just a four-hour span, many with a real career on the line.
It’s the eighth annual ERPsim Invitational Competition at Central Michigan University.
Business and computer science students teaming up with real world corporations to dive head first into a management simulation.
She’s talking about cereal ingredients. A decision like that is part of growing her team’s company in the ERPsim competition. A real world game simulation, showing off the skills these college students have.
“Dealing with the unknown, dealing with the pressure and being able to communicate through situations,” says Kathryn Ramsey, CMU alum and current systems analyst for Blue Cross Blue Shield, “Being able to understand the important priorities and prioritize them correctly.”
Students have mentors from some of the biggest companies in the…