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Critical Factors of ERP Adoption for Small- and Medium- Sized Enterprises

She-I Chang, Shin-Yuan Hung, David C. Yen, Pei-Ju Lee
2010 Journal of Global Information Management  
Small-and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) play a vital and pervasive role in Taiwan 's economy.  ...  This study conducts a theoretical model to explore the critical factors which have influence on ERP adoption in Taiwan's SMEs.  ...  Introduction The economic development in Taiwan heavily depends upon small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2010070104 fatcat:26emqp7wenfa5ogc4cmlg2nbpa

On differences in Enterprise Resource Planning implementation between manufacturing and services: an empirical study

Farshad Salimi, Ben Dankbaar
2009 International Journal of Intercultural Information Management  
In a systematic presentation of 12 case studies, we identify differences in the reasons for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) adoption as well as differences in KSFs in ERP implementation between manufacturing  ...  In this article, we empirically review differences in Key Success Factors (KSFs) between manufacturing and services.  ...  We employed a comparative research case study methodology looking at large, medium and small size firms that were involved in ERP implementation systems.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijiim.2009.025943 fatcat:hvaxsxc23jcy3clolryz2pnfie

Critical Factors of Adopting Enterprise Application Integration Technology: An Empirical Study on Larger Hospitals

Wei-Hsi Hung, I-Cheng Chang, David C. Yen, Che-Ming Lee
2015 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
To embrace automation, the solution is to adopt enterprise application integration (EAI) technology, the middleware, to convert data from among various information systems to enable an efficient flow of  ...  The findings of this study show that information technology infrastructure, hospital size, external pressure, internal pressure, and external support significantly affect the EAI level.  ...  We used PLS because it is suitable for models with the small and medium-sized samples (Chin, 2001) .  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03631 fatcat:hu2pdsyxjjenjkcp4zhm4fj7k4

Factors that Influence the Adoption of Enterprise Architecture by Public Sector Organizations: An Empirical Study

Nor Azizah Ahmad, Sulfeeza Mohd. Drus, Hairoladenan Kasim
2020 IEEE Access  
Empirical results show that clear communication, coercive pressure, expected benefit, good governance, mimetic pressure, normative pressure, and organizational size have a significant influence on the  ...  The adoption of enterprise architecture (EA) is deemed to be low despite EA's substantial benefits to organizations, especially in the public sector, as evidenced by the scarce literature on the EA adoption  ...  Studies on the public sector's adoption of EA are fewer than those on other sectors, such as small and medium-size enterprises and the private sector.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2996584 fatcat:isnayvwadrhjle6e23hy6qz3ge

Information Systems in Agricultural Enterprises: An Empirical Study in Slovak Republic

Anna Látečková, Vladimír Bolek, Ľuboslav Szabo
2018 Agris on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics  
The paper provides a picture of the current state of business information systems' application in agricultural enterprises in Slovak republic and analyses the influence of selected factors (benefits and  ...  The development of information and communication technologies (ICT) is currently conditioned by the development of industry, society and many other factors.  ...  of managers with the support of information systems and accounting".  ... 
doi:10.7160/aol.2018.100205 fatcat:3wuy7k67xvgbbprr3tkchfjbpa

An Empirical Study on the Learning Outcomes of E-Learning Measures in Taiwanese Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) Based on the Perspective of Goal Orientation Theory

Der-Chiang Li, Ching-Yeh Tsai
2020 Sustainability  
This study focused on employees from Taiwanese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and their participation in enterprise resource planning (ERP)-based e-learning.  ...  Lastly, this study interpreted the empirical results together with their academic and managerial implications, and proposed some recommendations for subsequent research.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the Editor and the anonymous reviewers for their thoughtful and constructive comments that have greatly improved this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12125054 fatcat:l6237nxjrvcrtj4p37zkspwqsy

An empirical study of IS architectures in French SMEs: integration approaches

Marc Bidan, Frantz Rowe, Duane Truex
2012 European Journal of Information Systems  
This paper, based on a cross-sectional empirical study of information system (IS) architectures within 143 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in France, reports findings on how SMEs architect to achieve  ...  This research provides an empirically derived taxonomy of enterprise architectural variants of the types often described in the literature for large firms.  ...  Specific challenges facing small to medium enterprises (SMEs) during these projects arise from their small size, centralized management, lack of organizational specialization, intuitive strategic planning  ... 
doi:10.1057/ejis.2012.12 fatcat:fzl7smsfyfcoxkmbzw7ta2w6zi

e-Leadership through strategic alignment: an empirical study of small- and medium-sized enterprises in the digital age

Weizi Li, Kecheng Liu, Maksim Belitski, Abby Ghobadian, Nicholas O'Regan
2016 Journal of Information Technology  
Small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play an important role in the European economy.  ...  An indepth empirical study was undertaken interviewing 42 successful European SME leaders to validate, advance and substantiate our theoretically driven model.  ...  Introduction S mall and medium sized enterprises play an important role within the European Union (EU) economy and the United Kingdom is no exception.  ... 
doi:10.1057/jit.2016.10 fatcat:xviccakk6bf3zpanbvgmvgzege

Development of an Instrument for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation in Indian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

R. M.Bhawarkar, L.P.Dhamande L.P.Dhamande
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In this paper, we discover and classify critical success factors for ERP implementation in Indian Small & Medium size Enterprises (SMEs), presents a pilot study aim at developing an instrument for ERP  ...  in Indian small & medium scale Enterprises (SME"s).  ...  INTRODUCTION Small and medium sized enterprises (SME"s) are of critical importance to many economics as well as industrial development of the country.  ... 
doi:10.5120/7755-0816 fatcat:45b7qqi2rnfqbbpjwq5rlia7bm

An Approach to Identify Failure Factors of Enterprise Application Implementation in Indian Micro Enterprises

Rana Basu, Dhrubes Biswas
2013 International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains  
In India there is a big market for ERP for MSMEs, given that there are over 20,000 small and mid size industries.  ...  in context to Indian Micro, Small and Medium scale Enterprises (MSMEs).  ...  There is also a scope to enhance this study by extending the number of respondents and taking more number of industries into consideration.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmvsc.2013.4104 fatcat:xgleb3n6rrbinizlwprr4256zi

An Empirical Study of Determinants of E-Commerce Adoption in SMEs in Vietnam

Le Van Huy, Frantz Rowe, Duane Truex, Minh Q. Huynh
2012 Journal of Global Information Management  
The final sample of 926 small and medium-sized enterprises in Vietnam includes both adopter and non-adopter firms.  ...  The final sample of 926 small and medium-sized enterprises representative of the Vietnamese transition economy and of its regional diversity includes both adopter and non-adopter firms.  ...  study is based.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2012070102 fatcat:ndc7eu53ezg77n4cajdhk4lfny

EXPLORING THE DETERMINANTS OF E-COMMERCE USAGE IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY IN THAILAND: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

SUNIL SAHADEV, NAZRUL ISLAM
2005 Information Technology & Tourism  
An empirical study conducted with 95 hotels in seven locations in Thailand is used to assess the impact of the factors.  ...  The factors are classified into three broad groups: viz. factors associated with the location of the enterprise, internal factors of the enterprise and technological factors.  ...  premises, (vi) provision for echeck out, (vii) an ERP, and (viii) a LAN.  ... 
doi:10.3727/109830505774297201 fatcat:yxjn4q5b4favlnph5lcvkq3a5q

An Empirical Study of E-Business Implementation Process in China

Jing Zhao, Wilfred Vincent Huang, Zhen Zhu
2008 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
Drawing from a sample of 56 enterprises within Hubei Province in China, we provide theoretical support for a critical causal link from e-business strategic initiatives to utilization of IT-related resources  ...  The practical implications offer managers guidelines to the roles played by strategy, resource, and capabilities for e-business success.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Department Editor and two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and suggestions on an earlier version of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2007.912930 fatcat:22ghzbshdzczzgqateqfj3sl6q

Critical Factors of Industry 4.0 Implementation in an Emerging Country: Empirical Study

Dinara Dikhanbayeva, Akmaral Tokbergenova, Yevgeniy Lukhmanov, Essam Shehab, Zbigniew Pastuszak, Ali Turkyilmaz
2021 Future Internet  
The article attempts to analyze the critical factors for the implementation of Industry 4.0 in Kazakhstan. Primary and secondary data sources were used for this purpose.  ...  An additional intention of the authors was to empirically establish barriers that companies face while implementing the most desirable technologies, as well as to establish other critical factors, taking  ...  Nine companies had less than 250 employees and thus were small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Six respondents were large enterprises (LE) with more than 250 workers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi13060137 doaj:b1d0ce2db9294526ac5bc35a23683743 fatcat:6um2xty2fzeqxf4vqixtaauhne

Knowledge integration, task-technology fit and e-business implementation: An empirical study
English

Pai Jung Chi
2012 African Journal of Business Management  
Moreover, this study will provide a valuable reference for business and IT managers who are implementing e-business applications in the network era, and for researchers interested in the development of  ...  The main purpose of this study is to examine the effects of knowledge integration and task-technology fit on the implementation of e-business applications.  ...  Brown and Kaewkitipong (2009) conducted a case study with five cases to explore e-business uses in small and medium-sized tourism enterprises compared with their larger counterparts.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajbm10.1652 fatcat:pgn6rp4htbevjopchzrzq6wfq4
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