Its implementation can be a long and painful process (macvittie, 2001) the purpose of this study is to examine prerequisites for successful implementations of enterprise resource planning (erp) system from the project management perspective a literature review resulted in identification of selected research papers,. The different streams of research on erp systems have mainly been on erp adoption, success measurement, and critical success factors (csfs) there is a paucity of studies on user participation and the contribution of users towards the successful implementation of erp systems this paper reviews literature on erp. This paper explores research in a needy area and offers a framework to help researchers and practitioners in improving erp implementation this framework is expected to reduce the implementation project duration, strengthen critical success factors and minimise common problems of erp implementation projects. Executive summary many companies dive right into the erp selection process without first figuring out exactly what they want to get out of their implementation these companies often find themselves overwhelmed by the broad range of options in the marketplace by doing upfront research these companies can eliminate. Erp systems are a well-known concept the available holistic literature and theory in erp are, however, scarce this paper surveys current erp literature and identifies the present state of theory in erp by formulating propositions for four erp strategic factors (cost of erp implementation, implementation time and return.
Research question: how does the sme context affect erp system implementation the research the empirical part comprises a multiple case study of erp implementation in four smes all four case organizations are privately owned smes in the czech the study documents that erp system customization may be. The paper is structured as follows a literature review is presented, which was performed to determine current understanding of the erp implementation process the results of a case study of a sap im- plementation project are then presented analysis of the documentation was used as the primary research method. In most industrialized countries, research has to shift its focus to the post- implementation phase con- sequently, in this paper we prepare the basis for a literature review on erp post-implementation re- search we have synthesized and extended classification schemes from prior erp- and organizational.
This paper suggests a new classification approach based on the erp implementation strategy that can be categorized as custom-made, vendor- specific or consultant-specific this research paper also conducts a comparative study of leading vendor-specific erp implementation methodologies along-with their example. That may lead to the implementation of erp systems the purpose of this research project is to contribute to the discussion on enterprise resource planning (erp) systems furthermore, the growth of businesses across the world has contributed to the increase in the use of erp systems the implementation of cloud based.
In this paper, the authors present the result of an analysis of erp effectiveness from the perspective of erp implementation policy and operational effectiveness 2 literature review there are many categories of research targeted at erp, such as the critical success factors (csf) of implementing erp,. Thus, the objective of the paper is to study the literature review papers and find out the barriers of erp research findings of the paper: while implementing this erp in an enterprise(s), it is found that there are obviously some barriers which need to be addressed out of 200 or so literature papers on erp, 51 papers. The paper contributes to research in the erp domain by highlighting erp implementation challenges from a critical failure perspective and proportion of the failures, as opposed to presenting critical success factors failure factors with examples provides a clearer visibility of the costly damages that can be introduced into.
Many papers or journal articles have studied the critical success factors (csfs) that influence the erp implementation and post implementation phases, however, very few has considered them from the stakeholders' perspective hence, this research will fill this gap by providing a systematic review for the. This survey confirms that the research on erp systems is still a growing field, but has reached some maturity different research communities address this area from various points of view among the research axes that are now active, we can , especially, notice a growing interest on the post-implementation phase of the. Abstract purpose – the purpose of this paper is to reveal the mechanisms determining the success of enterprise resource planning (erp) implementations on the basis of research conducted among practitioners dealing with erp projects design/methodology/approach – a collection of potential erp implementation. This paper is to address the effects of erp systems on organizations the paper will discuss these issues and present a scheme to overcome them research was carried out with articles, as well as books, to gather the software companies started to implement erp systems in the early 1990s, such as baan software and.
Abstract this article is a review of work published in various journals and special conferences on topic of critical success factors (csf) of enterprise resource planning (erp) system implementation between 1998 and 2007 a total of 524 articles were reviewed, which includes 32 csf literatures this paper intends to.
Of the design—reality gap model to understanding erp failure further research can be undertaken applying the model to other erp cases, including case studies of success practical implications the paper draws conclusions about good practice in erp implementation relating to both risk identification and risk mitigation. Post implementation stage of erp system is very crucial for a project as erp implementation doesn't finish after go-live, instead the real test of system starts when user begins using the system much of past research work on user resistance is about managing user resistance and formulating strategies to minimize it. Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips academic edition academic edition corporate edition home impressum legal information accessibility contact us springer nature © 2017 springer international publishing ag part of springer nature not logged in google.