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Testing and Validating DeLone and MacLean IS Model: ERP System Success in Higher Education Institutions of Pakistan

Z. H. Khand, M. R. Kalhoro
2020 Engineering, Technology & Applied Science Research  
In this study, the DeLone and McLean model was applied at a University level analysis to access the impact of ERP in higher educational institutions and their support in the improvement of academic processes  ...  The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has implemented ERPs systems at eight different Universities in Pakistan.  ...  There are a few studies that measure the efficiency of the ERPs in the context of higher education institutions of Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.48084/etasr.3762 fatcat:pnvgnn4d4vglvg7rl6ejhqwhxq

A Conceptual Framework for ERP Evaluation in Universities of Pakistan [article]

Sehrish Nizamani, Khalil Khoumbati, Imdad Ali Ismaili, Saad Nizamani
2014 arXiv   pre-print
However, the literature review indicates that there is void on the evaluation of success or failure of ERP systems in higher education Institutes in Pakistan.  ...  This seeks to expand the knowledge on ERP in higher educational institutes of Pakistan and focuses on understanding the ERP related critical success factors.  ...  Thus, this study attempt to propose a model for evaluation of ERP systems in higher educational institutes of Pakistan.  ... 
arXiv:1402.0116v1 fatcat:3or25yo3mndwfkw5wz7czoy67a

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems and User Performance in Higher Education Institutions of Pakistan

Abrar Ullah, Rohaizat Bin Baharun, Muhammad Yasir, Khalil MD Nor
2020 Journl of Applied Economics and Business Studies  
The study is designed to assess the impact of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems on the performance perceived by users in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) of Pakistan.  ...  Theoretically, the study contributes by integrating factors from D&M IS success model and TAM to investigate the effect of ERP systems on UP through PU, PEOU and US.  ...  Keeping in view the above, D & M model and TAM integration is another route to evaluate antecedents that determine the ERP systems success in higher education of Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.34260/jaebs.426 fatcat:q356jasvunbefaf4gpvcjipe7e

Enhancing Absorptive Capacity through Communication: Mediating Role of Trust and Knowledge Sharing: A Case of Virtual Universities

Zia Ur Rehman, Kausar Fiaz Khawaja, Syed Ahmad Ali
2019 Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences  
After running the reliability & validity tests, this study used PROCESS Macros by Hayes for mediation analysis.  ...  This study aims to highlight the importance of communication and absorptive capacity in virtual universities of Pakistan.  ...  The HEC is responsible for apropos creativities towards higher education in Pakistan. HEC has taken several initiatives in education sector of Pakistan.  ... 
doaj:c6d2a52102f643c6bf2af219d084430b fatcat:6pye2o7pn5fpxjang4qsgv6lq4

Measuring Performance Through Enterprise Resource Planning System Implementation

Khuram Shafi, Uqba Saeed Ahmad, Samina Nawab, Waqas Khaliq Bhatti, Shafqat Ali Shad, Zartashia Hameed, Tahira Asif, Fatima Shoaib
2019 IEEE Access  
We found, based on the paired sample t-test, that there is no gap between the ideal and existing ERP systems for time and database variables, but there is a gap between the ideal and existing ERP systems  ...  The evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems for performance enhancement in public sector organizations is a crucial concept due to its different nature from private concerns.  ...  HEC also assist in quality education in higher level, research and development programs; promote technological and educational reforms within HEC and in universities and technical institute of Pakistan  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2018.2884900 fatcat:xlm2t6xbkraupdlgb6lti2zxji

User Acceptance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems in Higher Education Institutions

Dalal Bamufleh, Maram Abdulrahman Almalki, Randa Almohammadi, Esraa Alharbi
2021 International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems  
It has become common practice for higher education institutions (HEIs) to replace existing computer systems, called legacy administrative information systems, with new ones to cope with the continuously  ...  The framework is based on the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) model and is extended with additional constructs.  ...  Widjaja et al. (2019) study evaluated the implementation of the ERP system in Human Capital Management (HCM) in higher education institutions in Indonesia.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijeis.20210101.oa1 fatcat:nergcvbf4bemzkq22tjhyjjydq

User Acceptance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems in Higher Education Institutions

Dalal Bamufleh, Maram Abdulrahman Almalki, Randa Almohammadi, Esraa Alharbi
2021 International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems  
Nowadays, many higher education institutions(HEIs) replace existing computer systems with new ones to cope with the changing demands.  ...  The framework is based on the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology(UTAUT) model.  ...  Widjaja et al. ( 2019 ) study evaluated the implementation of the ERP system in Human Capital Management (HCM) in higher education institutions in Indonesia.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijeis.20211001.oa1 fatcat:yzfpjdlajffujnsqey2fpgeity

Sustaining the Momentum: Archival Analysis of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (2006–2012)

Rebekah Eden, Darshana Sedera, Felix Tan
2014 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
here The domain of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems is an enduring paradigm for Information Systems (IS) researchers.  ...  This article provides a critique of 219 papers published on ERP Systems from 2006-2012, making observations of ERP research and make recommendations for future research directions.  ...  Sedera and Gable [2010] developed and tested a research model for the knowledge management lifecycle's impact on knowledge management competence and how it impacts ERP system success.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03503 fatcat:h4la3xnrmre7lny7obqndfr5ae

Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Initiatives in Public Sector of Pakistan

Muhammad Nauman Habib, Waseef Jamal
2013 Business & Economic Review  
The study reveals that there are successes and failures in BPR projects of the same public sector (reasons of failure and success are discussed); however, it is a positive sign that government and concerned  ...  stakeholders are taking initiatives for public sector reform in Pakistan.  ...  Case 2: Edu1 is an educational assessment authority (board) that is responsible for dealing with all aspects of secondary and higher secondary education in the province.  ... 
doi:10.22547/ber/5.1.6 fatcat:isyo576yxzcwpj7ms6xrs3iila

Antecedents of Enterprise Resource Planning and its Impact on Firm Perfromance with Supply Chain Integration as Mediating factor

Muhammad Moinuddin Qazi Abro, Zahid A. Memon, Asif Ali Shah, Iffat Batool Naqvi
2017 Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology  
Based on the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and prior literature on management of supply chain, this paper analyzed an integrated model of ERP assimilation and integration by using Saudi Arabian firms  ...  The results of the paper, may add to the hypothetical comprehension of accomplishing a change in supply chain management, and might leave some imperative implications for the firms motivated by enhancing  ...  Furthermore, authors would like to thank Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro, Pakistan, for facilitating this research and anonymous reviewers are also acknowledged for their diligent  ... 
doi:10.22581/muet1982.1702.19 fatcat:j2ekr6cnbncx7ala4nd45blz7u

Data Vaults for Blockchain-Empowered Accounting Information Systems

Muhammad Imran Sarwar, Muhammad Waseem Iqbal, Tahir Alyas, Abdallah Namoun, Ahmed Alrehaili, Ali Tufail, Nadia Tabassum
2021 IEEE Access  
When designed, technologies and frameworks are not created to be as dynamic and flexible as to cater to the requirements of other domains, and so is the case with Blockchain technology.  ...  This research demonstrates the application of a simple and lean version of Blockchain to assist enterprises in storing their financial and accounting data into data vaults, ensuring their data integrity  ...  It is observed that the output of every subsequent test is higher than the previous test, and a similar trend is seen for the average number of records for the same throughput.Similarly, the readings show  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3107484 fatcat:jux7ycbtibadrhnbarzpzzagay

Effects of COVID-19 in E-learning on higher education institution students: the group comparison between male and female

Arfan Shahzad, Rohail Hassan, Adejare Yusuff Aremu, Arsalan Hussain, Rab Nawaz Lodhi
2020 Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology  
The study will be further helpful for the Malaysian universities policy-makers such as top management, ministry of higher education, Malaysian universities union in designing the policies and programs  ...  In response to the emerging and ever solution to the COVID-19 outbreak. This study proposes a theoretical framework based on literature and model to determined E-learning portal success.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the anonymous referees for providing helpful comments and suggestions which lead to the improvement of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11135-020-01028-z pmid:32836471 pmcid:PMC7402545 fatcat:cgdiispvrjc5jhfjaw4tpcyrny

Enterprise systems' life cycle in pursuit of resilient smart factory for emerging aircraft industry: a synthesis of Critical Success Factors'(CSFs), theory, knowledge gaps, and implications

Asif Rashid, Tariq Masood, John Ahmet Erkoyuncu, Benny Tjahjono, Nawar Khan, Muiz-ud-din Shami
2017 Enterprise Information Systems  
The relevant 22 critical success factors derived from two decades of state-of-the-art review are validated and synthesized, for better understanding of success across lifecycle by the aircraft industry  ...  The 22 validated CSFs for the aircraft industry are an addition to the existing state of knowledge.  ...  Gunasekaran, A. and E. W.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17517575.2016.1258087 fatcat:m35ifcyl2jaz3bh7zopz4eirru

Social and family capital and youth career intension: A case study in Pakistan

Amjad Ali, Shafiqa Ahsan, Sophia F. Dziegielewski, Tahir Nisar
2017 Cogent Business & Management  
This study examined the opinions of 200 university students that were business-related majors in Pakistan to determine the factors considered important for entrepreneurial growth.  ...  This relationship is examined, and these findings in Pakistan are compared to previous research, and recommendations for future research are made.  ...  Funding The authors received no direct funding for this research. Author details Amjad Ali 1 E-mail: Shafiqa Ahsan 2 E-mail: Sophia F.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311975.2017.1362838 fatcat:mljoxbl455ca3e52z4xnlbpglm

Time-driven activity-based costing of total knee replacements in Karachi, Pakistan

Rabia Mansoor Khan, Katherine Albutt, Muhammad Abdullah Qureshi, Zara Ansari, Gustaf Drevin, Swagoto Mukhopadhyay, Mansoor Ali Khan, Muhammad Amin Chinoy, John Meara, Hamidah Hussain
2019 BMJ Open  
IntroductionOsteoarthritis of the knee has been identified as the most common disability in Pakistan.  ...  Overall, 92.10% of time is spent during the ward stay and discharge phase of care. Patients remain hospitalised for an average of 14 days postoperatively.  ...  As a result of our study, numerous improvement opportunities were identified by management and clinicians, including (1) reduction in overall LOS through the adoption of an educational ERP; (2)addressing  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025258 pmid:31142520 pmcid:PMC6549678 fatcat:kpmwfzqcwjdb5fnwyus32b2bmq
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