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This paper reviews the results of a three year study into Internet enabled ERP implementations around the world. The study identified different stages of growth with differing sets of problems at each stage. A framework for e-business change was used to evaluate the mature stage of e-ERP in six international organisations. The emergent model proposes various antecedents to successful e-business change management in ERP environments. A case study of the first B2B e-business integration with Delldoi:10.1016/s0377-2217(02)00556-8 fatcat:bar7rxe3x5b6pcqlcezukfzziy