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Rescuing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises from Inefficient Information Systems--A Multi-disciplinary Method for ERP System Requirements Engineering

Inka Vilpola, Ilkka Kouri, Kaisa Vaananen-Vainio-Mattila
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
The method introduces a multi-disciplinary approach to the ERP project, and provides in-depth understanding of the company's processes and context of use.  ...  To support the requirements engineering of ERP systems, we have developed Customer-Centered ERP Implementation (C-CEI) method.  ...  One of them focuses the company operations and processes, and the other focuses on users and their tasks in the context of use.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.464 dblp:conf/hicss/VilpolaKV07 fatcat:kgzheshdkjaifh7eu2ktyd3td4

Priority of Key Success Factors (KSFS) on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System Implementation Life Cycle

Zainal Hasibuan, Gede Dantes
2012 Journal of Enterprise Resource Planning Studies  
The respondents are staff at management level, IT staff and users involved in the development and use of the ERP system.  ...  To find the priority of KSFs on ERP implementation life cycle, a quantitative analysis is applied to identify the weighting of KSFs toward ERP implementation success.  ...  Therefore, the company needs to choose one of them to support its operational process; or the company can use the best of bread strategy (choose the best module from each product).  ... 
doi:10.5171/2011.122627 fatcat:qxcqnu5rpveh3mv5ck4n2zbjfa

Supporting the module sequencing decision in the ERP implementation process—An application of the ANP method

Petri Hallikainen, Hannu Kivijärvi, Markku Tuominen
2009 International Journal of Production Economics  
As a result of the study, we present first a general level conceptual framework to sequence ERP module implementations and expand the model to a more detailed level in a case study.  ...  More specifically, we concentrate on one of the key decisions at the tactical alignment level: the decision on the implementation sequence of the ERP modules.  ...  We developed an ANP model for deciding on the implementation sequence of ERP modules, using the alignment of business and IT and the IT investment perspective as the theoretical foundation for the model  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2009.03.008 fatcat:omg7k4gfabcybj7qwbia6xyfla

Personalized Training in Romanian SME's ERP Implementation Projects

Iuliana DOROBAT, Floarea NASTASE
2010 Informatică economică  
Thus, we have begun to analyze the training methods used in ERP implementation in order to provide a so-lution that could help us maximize the efficiency of an ERP training program.  ...  We proposed a framework of an ERPTraining module that can be integrated with a Romanian ERP system and which provides a training management that is more personalized, effective and less ex-pensive.  ...  The system we propose will be developed using the same technology used to develop the SM module and a replication technology to ensure the training data real time access.  ... 
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Reference Architecture Design: A Practical Approach

Mustapha Derras, Laurent Deruelle, Jean Michel Douin, Nicole Levy, Francisca Losavio, Yann Pollet, Valérie Reiner
2018 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Software Technologies  
The goal of this work in progress is to present a practical RA domain engineering method for the Human Resources domain based on a bottomup strategy applied to the early Scope phase of SPL Engineering.  ...  Four architectural configurations are developed and quality properties are considered early as major responsible of the SPL variability. Our approach is applied to a real industrial case study.  ...  A couple of years ago we started to work on a SPL Domain Engineering quality-driven method based on the extractive bottom-up strategy, considering several existing products in the Healthcare Information  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006865006330640 dblp:conf/icsoft/DerrasDDLLPR18 fatcat:hdqq3ngjgnff3bliq74lvqr76i


Anurag Sinha, Anmol Singh
2020 Zenodo  
The educational ERP of business activities in higher education go through a different modules. ERP in higher education should respond the real requirements of education system.  ...  Quality education is a great concern in many societies across the world. In a highly competitive education sector, the success of academic institutions depends on the quality of education.  ...  Spanbaueridentifies TQM as a pragmatic model focuses on service to others [13] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4292156 fatcat:4lvlpbm46bhdhmvggm3lijpgvu

Impact and Challenges of Requirements Management in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) via ERP Thesaurus

Rahat Izhar, Dr. Shahid, Saba Izhar, Dr. Amr
2018 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
As highlighted comprehensively later in literature review section, requirements management failure is one of the pivotal aspects for the project(s) failure.  ...  accounting systems are slower and consuming a lot of time and many other issues likewise.  ...  The method used for the ERP requirements matching the SME"s requirements is systematic.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2018.090832 fatcat:swalki3v7fbghjiv2qkxdf5mza

ERP Implementation and Interoperability Growth as Organization Improvement Agents in Public Administration Further Development

Darko Lugonja
2018 Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences  
ERP becomes a platform for further ICT development towards quantum computing.  ...  Further public administration development depends on numerous various influences - stakeholders' and public needs, so when planned to be developed, implemented or improved, they have to be carefully considered  ...  the use of a different approach and model [14] .  ... 
doi:10.31341/jios.42.1.6 fatcat:45c7lrnvkzfq3pahylqhh5jmai

An ERP maintenance model

C.S.P. Ng, G. Gable, Taizan Chan
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
This situation is not helped by the lack of a standard ERP maintenance model that could provide practitioners with guidelines on planning, implementing and upgrading an ERP.  ...  Data analysis identified (potential) benefits of the maintenance model to ERP-using organizations generally, and to the case firm in particular.  ...  Unlike the inhouse software maintenance model (where it focuses on the technical roles), the proposed ERP maintenance model also includes the roles of business users and top management (who will ensure  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174609 dblp:conf/hicss/NgGC03 fatcat:xjeo3y5gc5hlfe4dqoj5ymuaru

Surfacing ERP exploitation risks through a risk ontology

Guo Chao Peng, Miguel Baptista Nunes
2009 Industrial management & data systems  
Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to develop a risk identification checklist for facilitating user companies to surface, organise and manage potential risks associated with the post-adoption of Enterprise  ...  Originality/value -There is a scarcity of studies focusing on ERP post-implementation in contrast with an over abundance of studies focusing on system implementation and project management aspects.  ...  This risk ontology is developed with the objective of facilitating the systematic identification of risks in the context of ERP post-adoption.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02635570910982283 fatcat:bfvdvshdobgnpmb7pgojvtwfgq

SoftCoDeR approach: promoting Software Engineering Academia-Industry partnership using CMD, DSR and ESE

Joelma Choma, Luciana A. M. Zaina, Tiago S. da Silva
2016 Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development  
Results: We have applied the SoftCoDeR approach in a software development company to support a research and development project aiming to integrate User Experience practices into the agile software development  ...  The main focus of the initiatives is driven by the collaborative work where the scientific research work meets the real needs of the Industry.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the company and the practitioners who were partners of this research project, and the students who participated in the phase of experimental validation.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40411-016-0034-5 fatcat:zejh7guktvhtri5gnxhztkglhq

Production Planning through Customized ERP at a Nordic Manufacturing Company

Amol Gore, Harri Haapasalo, Pekka Kess
2011 Management  
The management of procurement,manufacturing, product development, finance, sales and servicewith various erp modules together with complexities of operationsacross corporate boundaries and intense global  ...  competitionhave all resulted in a continuing erp discourse developed in relationto both theory and practice.  ...  The erp system consists of various modules used to perform specific business activities such as production planning, materials management, finance, sales and so on.  ... 
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On change management for enterprise accounting system: iterative content analysis for success factors

Hamzah Ritchi, Ade Laide Debora
2020 Jurnal Akuntansi & Auditing Indonesia  
In general, the existing literature focuses on general perspectives in organizational contexts. Not many studies have identified the success factors of change management within ERP implementation.  ...  A B S T R A C T The benefits, challenges, and factors that influence the success and failure in implementing ERP have been extensively studied by the previous researchers.  ...  Based on a systematic literature review, it can be inferred that the role of change management in the implementation of ERP system is crucial.  ... 
doi:10.20885/jaai.vol24.iss2.art5 fatcat:uisle2nvtjgafepsvmo2mcyuoi

An Updated ERP Systems Annotated Bibliography: 2001-2005

Jose Esteves, Victor Bohorquez
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
One of the ways to analyze qualitative data is the utilization of a classification system that includes a quest for regularity and standards, as well as topics encompassed by the data and that must then  ...  The ERP lifecycle represents the various phases through which a project of an ERP system passes in an organization.  ...  a matching method between an ERP functionality model and a business requirement model, and explain how the similarity model was developed in a systematic way.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01918 fatcat:uyvkoslgercd5mzz55eszku7ne

An Updated ERP Systems Annotated Bibliography: 2001-2005

José Esteves, Victor Wilfredo Bohórquez
2007 Social Science Research Network  
One of the ways to analyze qualitative data is the utilization of a classification system that includes a quest for regularity and standards, as well as topics encompassed by the data and that must then  ...  The ERP lifecycle represents the various phases through which a project of an ERP system passes in an organization.  ...  a matching method between an ERP functionality model and a business requirement model, and explain how the similarity model was developed in a systematic way.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1006969 fatcat:rx3jkofsr5brfckl64zetpxv7m
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