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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
When it comes to controlling and optimising information-and value flows in manufacturing industry, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is still the preferred option. Despite the immense potential, there is currently a particular caution to be observed in the market for ERP systems. One reason is a prevalent uncertainty about the ongoing 'e-revolution' of traditional business processes. Because the standard ERP systems regard themselves as the epicentre of any enterprise architecture, they causedoi:10.1007/3-540-36124-3_41 fatcat:7frjysk2jzgwpcll4pi33hsis4