Hormel Foods Team Project Lab
Schneider Hall Room 101
The Hormel Foods Team Project Lab is a state-of-the art lab where small groups of students use web-based technology and software for problem-solving. Sitting at specially designed conference tables, students view and edit network-based presentations, proposals and data on 50-inch plasma screen monitors.
The room is used by graduate and undergraduate students taking accounting, business communications, finance, management, information systems, and marketing classes.
- Adobe Creative Suite 3, an integrated design environment used to create and publish content for print and the web
- Catalyst, a manufacturing productivity software package for small manufacturers that includes planning, scheduling, and inventory control capabilities
- CPA TestPrep, self-study software to help prepare for the CPA exam
- Great Plains Dynamics, provides functionality for financial management, project management, supply chain management, analytics, human resources and payroll, manufacturing, and e-commerce
- IDEA, data analysis software used to satisfy financial statement auditing objectives, as well as serve as a tool for account reconciliations, basic data mining, fraud investigations, operational/ internal auditing, file transfers, and preparation of management reports
- Microsoft Office 2007, Professional Edition
- NetOp Student, software that allows instructors to demonstrate any computer application on each student workstation simultaneously
- Oracle Client and Developer Tools, a business-class database management system
- SPSS, software used to solve business and research problems using statistics
- Visual Paradigm, a cross-platform visual UML modeling and CASE tool
- Visual Studio.NET, an object-oriented application development environment, software used to visually design Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases and create reusable data access queries