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Using ERP Systems to Transform Business Processes: A Case Study at a Precession Engineering Company

C.K.M. Lee, Linda Zhang, P.X. Lee, K.O. Au
2009 International Journal of Engineering Business Management  
This paves the way for the adoption of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.  ...  At a tactical level, Change et al. (2008) study the ERP adoption from a user's perspective by taking into account factors such as complexity and compatibility.  ... 
doi:10.5772/6784 fatcat:ctdlx6gexvfblhsl46kfv5vfoa

Quick response practices and technologies in developing supply chains

Marcia Perry, Amrik S. Sohal
2000 International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management  
A case study is also presented of a company that is recognised in the Australian TCF as a leader in the adoption of QR practices.  ...  Identifies a number of key factors that impact on the success of QR and supply chain management. The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at  ...  A case study of a company that is recognised in the Australian TCF industry as leader in the adoption of QR practices is then presented.  ... 
doi:10.1108/09600030010346369 fatcat:zheqcbdit5bfbhwy2cbbjiiz7u


Hung-Lung Lin, Cheng-Chung Cho, Yu-Yu Ma, Ying-Qing Hu, Ze-Hui Yang
2019 Journal of Business Economics and Management  
First, sales volume data of the case company, Enterprise A, were analyzed to predict future sales.  ...  Therefore, based on a case study, this study proposes an optimization plan for solving excess warehouse storage in e-commerce–based plant shops.  ...  This study adopted a case to investigate and discuss the problems e-commerce-based plant shops through developing optimization plans to solve the problem of excess warehouse storage.  ... 
doi:10.3846/jbem.2019.10188 fatcat:2cvlbiii7nd5hk3erzriuwe6u4

A Study on the Aspects of Successful Business Intelligence System Development [chapter]

Il Seok Ko, Sarvar R. Abdullaev
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Thus, this study highlights the main points arisen from the worldwide practice of building successful BI Systems.  ...  Business Intelligence (BI) Systems are today considered as a major strategic tool of many well-established companies like Lufthansa, TDC Telecom and AT&T.  ...  Successful BI Cases In this section, we will discuss a couple of different BI cases implemented on various platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72590-9_108 fatcat:zi4x7uavdffsdcmgz3x2yizjsa

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2018 2018 International Conference on Information Management and Technology (ICIMTech)  
Factors of Blockchain Technology Adoption of Payments Systems in Indonesia The Evaluation of Education ERP System Implementation in University Using CSF and TAM 511-516 Artificial Intelligent Models for  ...  Model: A Pilot Study 438-442 The Key Success Factors In E-Marketplace Implementation: A Systematic Literature Review 443-448 Design System Analysis of Water Quality Survey using Macro Benthos Indicator  ... 
doi:10.1109/icimtech.2018.8528199 fatcat:rkqwux4obvdtnejsrurct7fabm

Business Intelligence Excellence: A Company's Journey to Business Intelligence Maturity

Paul Hawking
2012 International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society  
This paper is a case study which describes a company's Business Intelligence (BI) journey.  ...  This paper documents a company's trials and tribulations with their BI implementations. The paper maps and discusses the company's Business Intelligence best practices.  ...  The SAP implementation, which included the implementation of a data warehouse, adopted a phased approach based on geographical locations.  ... 
doi:10.18848/1832-3669/cgp/v08i02/56274 fatcat:7fovouo7o5gehmfgsvhl5ldsma

Understanding why marketing does not use the corporate data warehouse for CRM applications

Fay Cobb Payton, Debra Zahay
2003 Journal of Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management  
Quality appears to signal trust in a system and a willingness to move forward in the relationship, or, in this case, the implementation of the data warehouse.  ...  quality in the context of the adoption of data from the corporate data warehouse for CRM functions.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jdm.3240121 fatcat:fmh3azueq5dndj5rcfyexgnsaa

RFID Technology Adoption Rate in Warehousing: A Study of Manufacturing Companies in Johor

Law Chong Seng, Dr. Lim Kim Yew
2019 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
This research provides analysis of the RFID adoption rate and identified adoption deciding criteria, benefits and barriers in manufacturing companies in Johor, Malaysia.  ...  It has been used in warehousing to achieve reduced shrinkage, improved material handling and tacking as well as increased accuracy of data collection.  ...  Gaps are absence of a hypothetical views for RFID adoption and infusion in supply chains. Lack of comprehension of critical success factors for RFID adoption.  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd21681 fatcat:m6tbplqpo5fk5jigbqnamwo67q

Successful practices in customer relationship management

R. Alt, T. Puschmann
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
Although the potentials of CRM are obvious only a few successful CRM implementations are known in practice.  ...  From the research six critical success factors for CRM projects emerged: stepwise evolution, straightforward implementation and longterm project, organizational redesign, integrated system architecture  ...  For management and evaluation purposes, the operational customer data are integrated with a centralized data warehouse which consolidated data based on certain criteria (e.g. sales, profits) in a uniform  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265415 dblp:conf/hicss/AltP04 fatcat:fs4vvs7aqzbfjjwhf5hxaerxc4

A hierarchical model of the impact of RFID practices on retail supply chain performance

Ilias P. Vlachos
2014 Expert systems with applications  
Results found that the implementation of RFID practices significantly affect the supply chain performance in the following areas: supplier, inventory, distribution, plan, sales, and forecasting.  ...  Factor analysis produced 7 supply chain performance factors: supplier, inventory, distribution, ordering, plan, sales, and forecasting.  ...  Hari Krishnamurthy for providing the necessary data for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2013.07.006 fatcat:o6o2knto3ragdled24djjsjete


Law Chong Seng, Lim Kim Yew
2019 Zenodo  
This research provides analysis of the RFID adoption rate and identified adoption deciding criteria, benefits and barriers in manufacturing companies in Johor, Malaysia.  ...  (ii) Adoption benefits: improved inventory management, warehouse operation enhancements, and warehouse operation costs reduction.  ...  Gaps are absence of a hypothetical views for RFID adoption and infusion in supply chains. Lack of comprehension of critical success factors for RFID adoption.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2592104 fatcat:7cl4a4hwzfhyjj4jetp4xnnsuq

Why doesn't marketing use the corporate data warehouse? The role of trust and quality in adoption of data‐warehousing technology for CRM applications

Fay Cobb Payton, Debra Zahay, Angela Hausman
2005 The journal of business & industrial marketing  
Design/methodology/approach -A case study of a single health-care payor organization is used in this study.  ...  Practically, the unique data needs of marketing should be considered in the implementation of a CDW and its interface.  ...  Introduction This paper uses a single case study to investigate organizational factors that explain why a corporate data warehouse (CDW) that was implemented in a health care payor organization was not  ... 
doi:10.1108/08858620510603918 fatcat:udbkmhbsr5befjimvebuhjgmnq

A Case Study of a Taiwan-based International Car Company as to its Execution of Customer Relationship Management

Chung Ming Lin
2019 The International Journal of Business & Management  
This case study hopefully can help find mutual relations between different important constructs of customer relationship management, thus developing a successful customer relationship management model  ...  Case study research is employed on an international enterprise for empirical analysis.  ...  This study implements in-depth case analysis.  ... 
doi:10.24940/theijbm/2019/v7/i7/bm1907-024 fatcat:n5om5vv3irh3xm3ituwzi5zt5i

Critical Factors Affecting Oracle E-Business Suite Enterprise Resource planning (ERP) R12 Implementation: A Case Study of Saudi Arabia's University

Syed Zubair, Abu Taha Zamani
2014 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
This study examines the essential and efficient factors that enable or inhibit the success of implementation of ERP.  ...  It uses a case study methodology to analyze these factors in terms of an educational organizational performance and ERP capabilities and functions.  ...  It uses this method of a case study to analysis these factors in terms of an Educational organizational performance and ERP capabilities and functions.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais14-451158 fatcat:66yzrfdmufbbzbm74ycpxx3ogu

The Analysis of Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning in the Warehouse Division of Trading and Service Companies, Indonesia

Bethriza Hanum, Jakfat Haekal, Dian EkoAdi Prasetio
2020 International Journal of Engineering Research and Advanced Technology  
Proper integration of each division can improve good communication, regular workflow, and company success. This study aims to analyze the implementation of ERP in a trading and service company.  ...  The results of the questionnaire show that the relationship of user training and data analysis has an influence on the success of ERP implementation.  ...  Likewise, with the coefficient of data analysis for the X2 variable of 0.445 and is positive, this shows that the data analysis has a direct relationship with the success of ERP implementation.  ... 
doi:10.31695/ijerat.2020.3621 fatcat:7vod7ncv4befvdy3oahyhiduby
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