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Quality Models for Web [2.0] Sites: A Methodological Approach and a Proposal [chapter]

Roberto Polillo
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The approach stresses the practical use of a QM, in requirement definition and quality assessment, during design & development processes or during site operation.  ...  This paper discusses a methodological approach to define quality models (QM) for Web sites of any kind, including Web 2.0 sites.  ...  During the development process, a QM helps the project team in keeping their eyes on all desired quality attributes of the system to be implemented.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27997-3_25 fatcat:dhxg4olkpne2fbiwiyvnwu2s6e

Risk management in ERP project introduction: Review of the literature

Davide Aloini, Riccardo Dulmin, Valeria Mininno
2007 Information & Management  
In recent years ERP systems have received much attention. However, ERP projects have often been found to be complex and risky to implement in business enterprises.  ...  The different approaches taken in the literature were compared from a risk management point of view to highlight the key risk factors and their impact on project success.  ...  ERP project risk assessment One reason often cited for any software project failure is that managers do not properly assess and manage the risks involved in their projects [90] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.im.2007.05.004 fatcat:ez6drmws6fgzfcqanrzb43r7cq

Assessing risk in ERP projects: identify and prioritize the factors

Shi‐Ming Huang, I‐Chu Chang, Shing‐Han Li, Ming‐Tong Lin
2004 Industrial management & data systems  
In this study, we used a Delphi method to identify potential ERP projects risk factors, and constructed an AHP-based framework to analyze and then prioritized the ERP projects risk factors.  ...  Previous research reports unusually high failure in ERP projects, sometimes jeopardizing the core operation of the implementing organization.  ...  They indicated that implementation teams should take a disciplines approach to project management, including a clear definition of objectives, development of a work plan, and establishment of resource  ... 
doi:10.1108/02635570410561672 fatcat:b2fhm4ec5jeytp3ylcdmvopvzq

A Project Approach to Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation

Michael F. Frimpon
2012 International Journal of Business and Management  
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation process is a complex programming initiative with an overabundance of influencing factors that can shape its success.  ...  This paper has 2 objectives to: (I) use simple project management tools and techniques to restructure the implementation process in order to reduce the complexity (II) build a stable model that will be  ...  Project Management PERT A Project-Managed ERP Implementation Good project planning is a critical step in the ERP process and must be carried out diligently.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v7n10p116 fatcat:embsifcbkzchxexl7i67ik2yj4

Increasing the Value of Research: A Comparison of the Literature on Critical Success Factors for Projects, IT Projects and Enterprise Resource Planning Projects

Annie Maddison Warren
2016 Systems  
This process reveals a high degree of similarity, leading to the conclusion that the goal of identifying a generic list of CSFs for project management has been achieved.  ...  The discussion begins by considering whether IT and ERP projects are different from other types of project and, if so, what this means in terms of their CSFs.  ...  In terms of the ERP project management literature, the same process was used as a means of understanding the evolution of thinking.  ... 
doi:10.3390/systems4040033 fatcat:tazja3mf55c3te6maulbhbawou

Generating evidence on a risk-based monitoring approach in the academic setting – lessons learned

Belinda von Niederhäusern, Annette Orleth, Sabine Schädelin, Nawal Rawi, Martin Velkopolszky, Claudia Becherer, Pascal Benkert, Priya Satalkar, Matthias Briel, Christiane Pauli-Magnus
2017 BMC Medical Research Methodology  
Results: During the observation period, a total of 214 monitoring visits were conducted in 43 studies resulting in 2961 documented monitoring findings.  ...  The monitors understand the positive aspects of a risk-based approach but fear missing systematic errors due to the low frequency of visits.  ...  It encouraged study sponsors to assess, on a case-per-case basis, the risk associated with an individual trial protocol, implement risk assessments that focus on critical data and procedures, and utilize  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12874-017-0308-6 pmid:28193170 pmcid:PMC5307807 fatcat:xwuxujhpxbfdrkckmsrt5afkle

Intangible benefits valuation in ERP projects

Kenneth E Murphy, Steven John Simon
2002 Information Systems Journal  
Using the case study methodology, this paper examines an attempt by a large computer manufacturer to incorporate intangibles into traditional cost-benefit analysis in an ERP project.  ...  The paper reviews the importance of intangibles, lists intangible benefits that are important in ERP projects and demonstrates the use of a scheme through which they can be incorporated into traditional  ...  This approach can be implemented using a survey of informed stakeholders in the ERP project.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2575.2002.00131.x fatcat:sdae44pqzbhwdmno64fawi72pm

Factors Influencing ERP Projects Success in the Vendor Selection Process

Luminita Hurbean
2006 Social Science Research Network  
and analyze the vendor selection issues, in connection to the implementation aspects, as we consider implementation the essential "ingredient" of the ERP success.  ...  Among the numerous critical success factors (CSFs) in the implementation of ERP systems, identified and demonstrated by practitioners and academic researchers in the last few years, we will synthesize  ...  AN OBJECTIVE-ORIENTED APPROACH OF THE ERP SELECTION PROCESS Successful implementation of an ERP system depends on partnering with a trusted and competent software provider.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.946746 fatcat:yr63o527u5evheduq26unsai6e

Measurement of ERP-project success: findings from Germany and Austria

Juergen Alexander Gollner, Ilona Baumane-Vītoliņa
2016 Engineering Economics  
This research paper evaluates the most prominent ERP project success models mentioned in scientific literature and gives an overview of the different approaches.  ...  It explores the best fitting model for measuring ERP project success and based on that analysis, the authors created a new model using empirical data.  ...  Existing Approaches to ERP Project Success Measurement In this chapter two separate facets of ERP project success -management process and project product -will be discussed and then various existing ERP  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.ee.27.5.13208 fatcat:u2wp6thdjnaojoikedvmq5iuc4

Cost estimation for cross-organizational ERP projects: research perspectives

Maya Daneva, Roel Wieringa
2008 Software quality journal  
Many adopters of cross-organizational ERP systems agree, therefore, on the need to include a number of tasks in the requirements engineering (RE) process, namely: (i) assessing whether or not the ERP implementation  ...  43 (7) : [413][414][415][416][417][418][419][420][421][422][423] 2001) and none for simultaneous, interdependent ERP projects in a cross-organizational context.  ...  Clearly, for cross-organizational ERP implementation projects, there is a shortage of both relevant metrics and historical project datasets, and an absence of proper methodologies to evaluate size, effort  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11219-008-9045-8 fatcat:72tnzoknfzgr7ewafme6cslari

The Critical Success Factors Of The ERP System Project: A Meta-Analysis Methodology

Abdesamad Zouine, Pierre Fenies
2014 Journal of Applied Business Research  
This study uses a meta-analysis methodology to highlight the principal factors leading to ERP success, and it evaluates the weight of CSFs in the process of implementing the ERP project.  ...  Recently, several studies have tried to assess the success of ERP system and highlight the CSFs based on some theoretical models.  ...  approach.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jabr.v30i5.8796 fatcat:q4dkqks73fb2vlxdjpjhdturku

Risk factors in enterprise wide information management systems projects

Mary Sumner
2000 Proceedings of the 2000 ACM SIGCPR conference on Computer personnel research - SIGCPR '00  
These projects often represent the single largest investment in an information systems project in the history of these companies, and in many cases the largest single investment in any corporate-wide project  ...  These enterprise-wide information management systems projects bring about a host of new questions, because they represent a new type of management challenge. Some of these questions and issues are:  ...  • what new risk factors need to be addressed in ERP projects? What are some of the risks in MIS projects that are not factors in ERP projects?  ... 
doi:10.1145/333334.333392 dblp:conf/sigcpr/Sumner00 fatcat:tfhwyfmfczbybji6emn7vr233u

Managing ERP Implementation Failure: A Project Management Perspective

C.C. Chen, C. Law, S.C. Yang
2009 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
This research adopts a case study approach to examine how poor project management can imperil the implementation of an ERP system.  ...  Having learned the lessons from the failure of its first ERP implementation, the company in this case reengineered its project management practices to successfully carry out its second ERP implementation  ...  There are two conceptual articles that offer a normative project management methodology [38] and a project model [31] in ERP implementations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2008.2009802 fatcat:3tk2r2tg3fbbfppdtkd3ywvc5u

Misalignment of Business Software and Bridging the IT Gap in Organizations that Use IT Project Management

Shartaj Fatima
2022 Zenodo  
Since the application software package implementation is difficult, a proper understanding is required in regards to the assessment and reengineering of the current business processes of an organization  ...  The findings demonstrate that a great deal needs to be done because of Information Technology (IT) Gap between Business processes and the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) framework.  ...  Represented by the Research Center in the College of Business Administration for supporting this research.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6058414 fatcat:bb3ux4ebm5ewdjrs4v7msmg3ra

Critical success factors of ERP implementation in SMEs

Talluri Sai Kiran, A Vasudeva Reddy
2019 Journal of Project Management  
It characterizes the expressions that are utilized to get explore papers from databases and advanced studies on the ERP implementation in SMEs.  ...  This paper is aimed at reviewing present state of the art (1998-March 2019) on the impact of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).  ...  Timeline and implementation strategy needs to be explicit. Many researchers opined that a phases approach to implementation of ERP is one of the success factors.  ... 
doi:10.5267/j.jpm.2019.6.001 fatcat:us5m5heqrvbarcx6ncre3kl6gy
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