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The implementation of enterprise resource planning packages in different organisational and national cultures

Marina Krumbholz, Neil Maiden
2001 Information Systems  
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) packages provide generic off-the-shelf business and software solutions to customers.  ...  However, these packages are implemented in companies with different organisational and national cultures, and there is growing evidence that failure to adapt ERP packages to fit these cultures leads to  ...  The impact of culture on ERP implementation Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software packages are an essential part of enterprise-wide information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4379(01)00016-3 fatcat:w3ghwkxnzbg4beavrjl32zs3dm

Assessing the ERP-SAP implementation strategy from cultural perspectives

Gunawan Wang, Bakhri Syaiful, Sfenrianto, Fajar Ahmad Nurul
2017 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
, and HS, a subsidiary of the largest retailer in Asia with more than 700 stores in Indonesia.  ...  Implementing ERP-SAP projects in Indonesian large enterprises frequently create headaches for the consultants, since there are always be a large gap between the outcomes of the SAP with the expected results  ...  Planning), and XI (Xchange Interface); (2) GEM enterprise, is a subsidiary of national conglomerate in energy industry.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/237/1/012020 fatcat:qqwz2okumnc23o45apugjm3wm4

Potential Impact of Cultural Differences on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Projects

Walter Skok, Hartmut Döringer
2002 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
Over the last ten years, there has been a dramatic growth in the acquisition of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, where the market leader is the German company, SAP AG.  ...  This conceptual paper examines the role of culture in the implementation of process-oriented ERP systems, and reports on the formulation of a research project to examine the relevance of macro and micro-level  ...  These limitations will need to be borne in mind, as we consider potential cultural impact on the use of information systems, particularly enterprise resource planning systems. 2 What are Enterprise Resource  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2002.tb00041.x fatcat:zx4rjbrowfacfn5wz2lntnhl4i

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  ...  As a result, we draw conclusions on differences in ERP implementation methodologies between manufacturing and service sectors.  ...  Analysis for differences in Enterprise Resource Planning implementation Group (1) The qualitative research analysis suggests that the aim of ERP implementation in service sector was restructuring of  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijiim.2009.025943 fatcat:hvaxsxc23jcy3clolryz2pnfie

How Culture Might Impact on the Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning Packages [chapter]

Marina Krumbholz, Neil Arthur McDougall Maiden
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) packages provide generic offthe-shelf business and software solutions to customers.  ...  However, these are implemented in companies with different corporate and national cultures, and there is growing evidence that failure to adapt ERP packages to fit these cultures leads to projects which  ...  The Impact of Culture on ERP Implementation ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software packages are an essential part of enterprise-wide information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45140-4_19 fatcat:4zxf6gsl5fhzvajl3iu7jdad24

The Influence Of Organisational Culture On The Implementation Of Enterprise Resource Planning

Redha M. Elhuni
2016 Zenodo  
This study explains and critically evaluates research into national and organizational culture and the influence of different national cultures on the implementation and reengineering process of ERP packages  ...  The critical key success factors, which have to be targeted with appropriate change management, are the user acceptance and support of a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system at the early implementation  ...  The Influence of Organisational Culture on the Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning International Science Index, Economics and Management Engineering Vol:10, No:7, 2016  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1125845 fatcat:c2rvjbdudrfizk2lgkdkr6cdma

An Investigation into the Effectiveness of an Enterprise Resource Planning System : A Case Study of the Tropic Plastic and Packaging Industry ( PTY ) Ltd , Durban

Zaheer Abdullah, Salesh Panday, Anis Mahomed Karodia
2015 Singaporean Journal of Business Economics and Management Studies  
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems have revolutionised the way organisations do business.  ...  Although ERP systems can be extremely costly to implement and maintain the rewards that can be derived from the system are great and have benefited many organisations.  ...  Aim of the study The primary aim of this study is to investigate those factors that influence the effective implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in businesses.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0017727 fatcat:hvyurrmabbfmtp4tgeqcesq6eu

Transition into Internet of Things in Resource Constrained Settings: A Case Study from Malawi

Martin Msendema, Patrick Chikumba
2018 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of Things  
Information Communication Technology (ICT) has in so many ways proved to be the drive of economy and a game changer to many disciplines.  ...  This is particularly within Small and Medium Enterprises. Primary to this adaptation is the use of local expertise to develop own system than relying on imports from developed countries.  ...  The current version of accounting and finance package focuses on the finance, business accounts, and business planning.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.5-3-2019.156721 fatcat:i5jjws6lorb73ftyhpj3ax7idy

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems – Is Botswana Winning? A Question on Culture Effects

Oduronke Temitope Eyitayo
2014 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
As the economy of the country is improving, organisations across Botswana are increasing their investments in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) technology as a way of helping in the growth of their business  ...  There have been some success stories, some failures and others that can neither be categorised as success or failure. Some of the problems are discovered after the implementation phase of the system.  ...  Introduction An Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP) is an information system that manages, through integration, all aspects of a business including production, planning, purchasing, manufacturing  ... 
doi:10.28945/1979 fatcat:7iksvh5vtvg7lexb3xy3g27cpi

Effect of Strategic Management on SMEs Long Term Sustainability: Study of Selected SMEs in Lagos

Rahmon Olawale Saka, Rabiu Onaolapo Olowo
2020 Zenodo  
The study examined the effects of strategic management on small and medium enterprises in Lagos State .With sudden closure of several SMEs between the first to the third stage of their existence, SMEs  ...  A well validated questionnaire was employed for the extraction of information from the respondents. The data were analysed with regression analyses and EViews econometric package.  ...  According to the report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), three South-Western States in Nigeria have the highest number of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the country.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4979128 fatcat:hyhyd3mhfjhrxjpfouq3ylqsay


1966 Acta Horticulturae  
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is best and effective available technology that can be adopted by Indian SMEs to survive the competition.  ...  It is widely stated in the literature that SMEs in developing countries are important. IT/IS play decisive role in increasing the profitability of the organization.  ...  ERP Overview Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is business management software it integrates internal and external management information across entire organisation.  ... 
doi:10.17660/actahortic.1966.5.1 fatcat:uloq4o7kjfd4lfrqxmvyoey6ii

Evading Technological Determinism in ERP Implementation: towards a consultative social approach

Clare Archer-Lean, Jo-Anne Clark, Donald Kerr
2006 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are implemented in business in the hope of obtaining benefits in the form of improved communications and increased efficiency through the standardization of information  ...  This paper looks at ERP implementations in Government Owned Corporations (GOC) and discusses implementation issues by looking at the way we perceive such organisations.  ...  The modules involved in the implementation were: financial; material management; logistics; forecasting and planning; materials resources planning (MRP); human resources; information systems, including  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v13i2.38 fatcat:jm3zhlxtivagllyupx6rnvab2a

Implementation of Enterprise Systems as A Strategic Move for Strengthening a Company's Competitive Advantage

Andrzej Kamiński
2014 Foundations of Management  
evaluation of the implementation of human resource management system.  ...  The analysis was carried out in the operational and strategic areas.  ...  Enterprise systems integration is possible through the implementation of complex and multifunctional packages of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).  ... 
doi:10.2478/fman-2014-0017 fatcat:6un37le7cfdkhgoxb6eekb5twy


Rosnah Idrus, Umi Kalsom Yusof, Tan Shiang Yen
2011 Asian Academy of Management Journal  
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a broad set of activities that is supported by multi- module application software that helps manufacturers or other businesses manage their activities.  ...  ERP is more than a software package; it includes the efforts and activities to integrate internal and external management information, business process automation and reengineering, and organisation structure  ...  The most pervasive among these systems are enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.  ... 
doaj:9dfcb2ebb54c44f1bea9df5f1f32a44d fatcat:xxyk56ck5vb6tna4w3fyebddsm

Organisational culture and IT resources impacts on ERP system success: an empirical investigation

Princely Ifinedo, Godwin Udo, Airi Ifinedo
2010 International Journal of Business and Systems Research  
A review of the literature shows that few have investigated the relationships among organisational culture, information technology (IT) resources, on the one hand and enterprise resource planning (ERP)  ...  The data showed that both organisational culture and the availability of IT resources are positively related to the success of ERP for adopting firms.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is funded, in part, by funding received from the Jyväskylä University and Cape Breton University (Grants: #8241 and #8271). We are also grateful to Prof. W.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbsr.2010.030771 fatcat:y6aoeo4e7bao5cqzi4ivgsafeq
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