Applying Ishikawa Approach for Modeling ERP Risks-effects

Provided by: Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
Topic: Enterprise Software
Format: PDF
An enterprise resource planning system is a suite of integrated software applications used to manage transactions through company-wide business processes, by using a common database, standard procedures and data sharing between and within functional areas. Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERP) presents many risks and often severe effects, which must be identified and analyzed. This paper shows how Ishikawa approach can be used to model risk factors and their effects on ERP projects, on the one hand and on the organization, on the other.

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