Enterprise 2.0

ERP And Success Factors

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Executive Summary

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are designed to integrate an organization's business activities through business process reengineering. Most organizations intend to reach seamless integration within their departments before enhancing relationships with external stakeholders. This study examines the nature of ERP adoption and the success rate. Guidelines are also formed to improve the chances of success rate. ERP gained its popularity in the 1950s and 1960s because of the introduction of computers into the business world. ERP systems were designed to automate tedious tasks such as bookkeeping, invoicing, and reordering.

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