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Towards the Success of ERP Systems: Case Study in Two Moroccan Companies

Brahim Bighrissen, El Mehdi Ettamiri, Chihab Cherkaoui
2013 Journal of Enterprise Resource Planning Studies  
In this paper, we will examine the success of these systems by using a qualitative research method based on a case study approach.  ...  Measuring ERP systems success becomes an important criterion for the stakeholders in justifying the associated investment.  ...  In ERP setting, several studies have tested and validated Delone and Mclean model.  ... 
doi:10.5171/2012.731113 fatcat:lwtun4cehrfgppaz77y7c7gt5i

Managing Selling Coopetition: A Case Study of the ERP industry

Estelle Pellegrin-Boucher, Frédéric Le Roy, Călin Gurău'
2017 European Management Review  
We then evaluate the relevance of this framework for managing selling coopetitive agreements by studying how firms from the ERP industry manage their coopetitive selling.  ...  Managing coopetition is important for the success of coopetition strategies. Past studies on the management of coopetition are largely dedicated to R&D coopetition.  ...  This "Laboratory of Excellence" is part of a French government fund recognizing and promoting performing research initiatives in human and natural sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1111/emre.12123 fatcat:yevj273qezf43dgb2rqax3igam

Vicious and virtuous cycles in ERP implementation: a case study of interrelations between critical success factors

H Akkermans, K van Helden
2002 European Journal of Information Systems  
ERP implementations are complex undertakings. Recent research has provided us with plausible critical success factors (CSFs) for such implementations.  ...  CSFs in this case appeared to be highly correlated, ie changes in any one of them would influence most of the others as well.  ...  Firstly, we would like to thank the people we had the pleasure of working with at the case company for their support and willingness to collaborate in our research effort, in particular Erick Vink, Hans  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave/ejis/3000418 fatcat:d2t7i4yhcvat3p2p5eqa4vawz4

Vicious and virtuous cycles in ERP implementation: a case study of interrelations between critical success factors

H Akkermans, K van Helden
2002 European Journal of Information Systems  
ERP implementations are complex undertakings. Recent research has provided us with plausible critical success factors (CSFs) for such implementations.  ...  CSFs in this case appeared to be highly correlated, ie changes in any one of them would influence most of the others as well.  ...  Firstly, we would like to thank the people we had the pleasure of working with at the case company for their support and willingness to collaborate in our research effort, in particular Erick Vink, Hans  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000418 fatcat:iqlrvu6ltndjbjbxd5rvyolyoi

What Makes an ERP Implementation Relationship Worthwhile: Linking Trust Mechanisms and ERP Usefulness

DAVID GEFEN
2004 Journal of Management Information Systems  
In other studies, that was not the case.  ...  a certifica- tion, as in the former case, or of a third-party service, as in the latter.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2004.11045792 fatcat:fnke62ckz5avlgmnmch4roer6u

Incumbents and Challengers: Conflicting Institutional Logics in SaaS ERP Business Models

Johan Magnusson, Håkan Enquist, Gustaf Juell-Skielse, Elin Uppström
2012 Journal of Service Science and Management  
Using a business model ontology, 10 case studies in the Swedish ERP market were conducted and analyzed.  ...  With a shift in the architecture for the design and delivery of information systems (IS), new business models are emerging.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Vinnova for the financial support for this research and report, and the Torsten Söderberg Foundation for the financial support for the report.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jssm.2012.51009 fatcat:7aiezyspofez7hpx5333fpbdmq

Chinese Cultural Implications for ERP Implementation

Mukesh Srivastava, Betsy J Gips
2009 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
The way ERP systems are perceived, treated, and integrated within the business plays a critical role in the success or failure of the implementation.  ...  In China, this is especially true due to the nationalistic culture of business.  ...  The model in Figure 1 below depicts that as the ERP strategic value propositions (or strategic benefits) are gradually restricted by business culture embedded in a strong societal culture, ERP implementation  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242009000100009 fatcat:5mkxbjvam5e23dlxbcogmg7hmq

Integrating ERP and enterprise social software

Andrew Greasley, Yucan Wang
2017 Business Process Management Journal  
Design/methodology/approach: Multiple case studies of organisations based in China were conducted to understand the use of ERP systems in different contexts.  ...  Originality/Value: This study has found that the use of case studies can provide a valuable insight into the use of a hybrid ERP system from the perspective of its use within the organisation as a work  ...  For instance, business process redesign is commonly involved in the implementation of an ERP to redefine a firm's business processes to fit the standard model of the software (Kraemmerand et al., 2003  ... 
doi:10.1108/bpmj-04-2015-0053 fatcat:ou4vqn3rardtnpohlanth4j4ge

A PLCS framework for PDM/ERP interoperability

Thomas Paviot, Vincent Cheutet, Samir Lamouri
2011 International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management  
The last part of the study focuses on implementation issues, in order to develop an interoperability framework based upon a consistent product data model, whether the viewpoint is from the design or logistics  ...  businesses.  ...  Case study In order to explain the implementation process, a very simple study case is defined hereafter: a bicycle front wheel, which is assumed to be composed of only two parts, one tire and one rim.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijplm.2011.043182 fatcat:hhv4n74oxzhdhhpjixkgnid2hm

Case Study on M Company Best Practice with Global IT Management

Jiangping Wan, Xiaoyao Wan
2012 Technology and Investment  
operation and maintenance process in the views of centers of excellence, shared services and value managers.  ...  The ITSM of M company is analyzed with global IT management model, which contains 12 structuring elements, and the structuring elements model and their best practices are established in the IT service  ...  large Australian government agency, implemented a centralized IT service management model based on the ITIL framework, and reviewed CSF studies related to ERP implementation for insights and directions  ... 
doi:10.4236/ti.2012.33019 fatcat:cz5po3quezgpbooldaxcmhka3u

Competition and Challenge on Adopting Cloud ERP

Fumei Weng
2014 International Journal of Innovation Management and Technology  
This study provides a framework for businesses to adopt the cloud ERP.  ...  Cloud ERP is then a very good proposition for a start-up, and is simple to deploy, organization need not to bear additional server and other dependent costs.  ...  In this study, an approach to implement cloud ERP for organizations is proposed and discussed. II.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijimt.2014.v5.531 fatcat:icbjbwspgrfivlmy2jzhsgdy5u

An Updated ERP Systems Annotated Bibliography: 2001-2005

Jose Esteves, Victor Bohorquez
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The goal of this study is to provide an updated annotated bibliography of ERP publications published in the main IS conferences and journals during the period 2001-2005, categorizing them through an ERP  ...  We used that process to analyze and categorize our data, the publications found in this case.  ...  explore the barriers and benefits in ERP implementations as firms moved in second wave value propositions.  ... 
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  
The goal of this study is to provide an updated annotated bibliography of ERP publications published in the main IS conferences and journals during the period 2001-2005, categorizing them through an ERP  ...  We used that process to analyze and categorize our data, the publications found in this case.  ...  explore the barriers and benefits in ERP implementations as firms moved in second wave value propositions.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1006969 fatcat:rx3jkofsr5brfckl64zetpxv7m

ERP benefits capability framework: orchestration theory perspective

Amgad Badewi, Essam Shehab, Jing Zeng, Mostafa Mohamad
2018 Business Process Management Journal  
In order to realise the benefits from Information Technology (IT) projects, Melville et al (2004) developed a business value model for doing so.  ...  The IT Business Value model of Melville et al (2004) and the subsequent research (Schryen 2013 , Nevo, Wade 2011 are used in this study because they consider both kinds of resource (organizational  ... 
doi:10.1108/bpmj-11-2015-0162 fatcat:r4taecyz45ezxkflw2nimsaaxi

Cross-cultural Frictions in Information System Management: Research Perspectives on ERP Implementation Misfits in Thailand

Régis Meissonier, Emmanuel Houzé, Véronique Bessière
2012 International Business Research  
Today, enterprise systems (ERP) are considered as ones of most impacting IT on business and decision processes because of their cross-functional perspective and readiness to change.  ...  Expending the classical Schein triadic model with the concept of "cultural friction", this paper provides a critical analysis of cultural dimension misalignment between ERP standard processes and Thai  ...  Proposition 2.2: ERP project achievement in Thai corporations depends of the scope defined allowing them self-building their relationships with business partners.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v6n2p150 fatcat:3wwvzvep4ndfjndmmbvtyvcywu
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