Author: Mo, Sin-leung Terence
Title: Critical success factor of ERP system adoption : from guidance to prediction
Year: 2004
Subject: Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations
Business planning
Management information systems
Information resources management
Department: Graduate School of Business
Pages: 62 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm
Language: English
Abstract: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is valuable in increasing an organization's competitiveness. However, ERP system adoption project was found to be highly problematic. Critical success factors of ERP system adoption were identified in numerous researches but their relative importance was not known. The available information is helpful in guiding project planning and execution but very often an organization can not follow the recommendation closely due to various resource constrains. How does this inadequacy affect the overall outcome? Should the organization select another strategic alternative? If not, which area(s) can be enhanced to compensate? It is the purpose of this research to derive a model, which can predict the potential successfulness of an ERP system adoption project based on the degree of presence of the various identified CSF.
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