You have recently been employed as a Business Analyst and your boss has decided to send youon a short Enterprise Systems course. You have now returned from your course ad would liketo demonstrate your learning. Create an e-portfolio to provide a synopsis and reflectionon your learning during the course. You have been requested to document your learning ina portfolio that can be displayed on your company’s intranet or knowledge portal. This way, theentire organization can access the document and share in your newly acquired knowledge.This assessment task will address the following ILOs:• Evaluate and Integrate several information sources in analysing Enterprise Systems• Describe the role of enterprise systems as part of the larger IT infrastructure of largescale organisations.• Identify relevant considerations in the implementation of Enterprise Systems.• Demonstrate communication skills to present a coordinated, coherent and independentexposition of knowledge and ideas in dealing with Enterprise Systems.Time allocation: Approximately 30-40 hoursWeighting: 30%Submission: Using your student e-Portfolio account, create a link from Moodle to your Maharapage as indicated on the submission link. You are required to prepare your responses to theassessment tasks as a page in your Mahara e-Portfolio:Enterprise Systems ePortfolioby Taiwo OseniEnterprise Systems Assessment TaskThe ContextIntended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)Assessment GuidelinesEnterprise Systems ePortfolio – ePortfolios@FedUni Page 2 of 12https://eportfolios.federation.edu.au/view/view.php?id=169835 Referencing: Your portfolio should be a synthesis of ideas from a variety of sources expressedin your own words. A minimum of 10 references is recommended. You should use the APAreferencing style. The University has published a style guide to help students correctlyreference and cite information they use in assignments (American Psychological Association(APA) citation style:https://federation.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/313328/FEDUNI-GENERAL-GUIDE-TOREFERENCING-2016-EDITION_ed.pdfMarking Criteria: A passing grade will be awarded to assignments adequately addressing allassessment criteria. Higher grades require better quality and more effort. For example, aminimum is set on the wider reading required. A student reading vastly more than thisminimum will be better prepared to discuss the issues in depth and consequently their report islikely to be of a higher quality. So before submitting, please read through the assessmentcriteria very carefully. Marking guides are provided.Feedback: Feedback will be provided by the lecturer/tutor via Mahara, and mark via Moodle, nolater than 2 weeks from the submission date.An ePortfolio is a collection of digital files, images, videos that showcase competencies, skills,application of knowledge and learning journey. The use of ePortfolios in various industries,disciplines and processes is increasing world-wide, and is in some case the ‘norm’ for jobapplications or for displaying educational learnings.