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Beyond ERP Implementation: The Moderating Effect of Knowledge Management on Business Performance

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Executive Summary

The implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is known to be time consuming and resource demanding. The success rate of implementation has been notoriously low. This may be attributed to the contextual factors of an implementing organization. Previous studies of the success factors of ERP system implementation often overlook the contextual factors of post-implementation maintenance and knowledge management. This study intends to examine the extent to which these two contextual factors affect the performance of a business.

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