Assessing enterprise resource planning systems success: An empirical study
Source of Publication
Information Management in the Networked Economy: Issues and Solutions - Proceedings of the 8th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2007
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems continue to represent one of the largest IT investments in organization and increasingly becoming one of the prerequisites for doing business in many industries. Many companies worldwide have adopted ERP systems for variety of reasons, including cost reduction, integration of business processes and faster information transactions. ERP Implementation and critical success factors have been extensively researched but few studies have investigated the success of the system. This study develops a model based on the information system's research to identify success measures.
International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA
Information management, Investments, Business Process, Critical success factor, Empirical studies, Enterprise resource planning systems, ERP implementation, Information transaction, Model-based OPC, Success measure, Enterprise resource planning
Bhatti, Tariq and Jayaraman, V., "Assessing enterprise resource planning systems success: An empirical study" (2007). All Works. 566.
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