A successful Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation requires integration of technology with business strategy and assessing the impact of the system on all aspects of the business;

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A successful Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation

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Table of Contents

Contents Page

Introduction ........................ 4

Statement of the Problem 5

Importance of the Study 5

Purpose of the Study 6

Statements of Hypotheses 8

Research Design (Methodology) 9

Limitations 10

Delimitations 11

Definition of Terms 11

The Expected Results 14

The Overview of Chapter-2 16

Review of Related literature 16

The ERP Systems (Literature Review) 17

Literature Available on ERP Implementations &

Business aspects 18

Key Author's Work (Literature) that Provides

Insight on The Subject 19

Current Knowledge Related to the Problem 22

ERP Implementation Influence on Different

Aspects of Business (Hypothesis #2) 22

General 22

ERP Systems Today in the Business 22

ERP Systems and Integration of Technology 23

Emergence of outsourcing in the Current Market: 26

The impact of ERP system (Hypothesis #2) 27

How the Business is affected? (Hypothesis #2) 29

Analysis ERP Systems: (Hypothesis #3) 30

Post-Implementation Scenario 33

ERP Systems: Future Enhancements 34

The Overview of Chapter-3(Methodology) 36

The Overview of Chapter 4 (The Data Analysis Section) 38

The Overview of Chapter-5 41

Recommendations (An Overview) 45

Solution to Shortage of ITS Staff 45

Operation from a distant place 46

Ensure Good Implementation through Good Vendors 46

Ensure Good Implementation through Good Vendors 46

Conclusion 47

References 48

Appendices 52

Appendix A 52

Outline of the Proposal

Chapter 1


Enterprise Resource Planning systems commonly known as ERP Systems are in fact the software packages composed of several modules, such as human resources, sales, finance and production, providing cross-organization integration of data through embedded business processes.

These software packages can be modified to provide for the specific needs of an organization. During the 1990s...