Enterprise Resource Planning: Global Opportunities and Challenges: Global Opportunities and Challenges

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Hossain, Liaquat
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 300 pages

How can ERP be used to improve the overall organizational operating efficiency and effectiveness? How is ERP going to evolve in the future and what are the implications for Electronic commerce? The overall objective of Enterprise Resource Planning: Global Opportunities and Challenges is to provide students, academicians and practitioners interested in ERP with a complete framework for the evaluation, selection, implementation and post-implementation (ESIP) of ERP systems.


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A Historical Perspective
A Case Study of an ERP Implementation
Rationale Advanced for Their Adoption
Chapter IV Assessing Enterprise Resource Planning ERP Adoption in the Philippines
An Artifact Evaluation
An Empirical Account of Organizational Efficiency and Flexibility
Chapter VII Knowledge Management for Enterprise SystemsFirst Empirical Insights
A Case Study at Texas Instruments
Chapter X A Framework for Assessing ERP Systems Functionality for the SMEs in Australia
Chapter XI Selecting and Implementing an ERP System at Alimentos Peru
Chapter XII A Framework for the Selection of ERP Packages for Small to Medium and Large Organizations
Chapter XIII A Study of the ERP Selection Process in New Zealand
A Case for Including Intangibles
A New Zealand Case Experience
About the Authors

Chapter IX An ObjectOriented AwarenessBased Methodology for ERP

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About the author (2001)

Mohammad Abdur Rashid is a Senior Lecturer of Computer, Information and Communications Engineering at Massey University (New Zealand). He received M.Sc.Eng. degree in electronics engineering specializing in engineering cybernetics systems from the Technical University of Wroclaw in 1978 and PhD from the University of Strathclyde, UK in 1986. Dr. Rashid is a co-author of Enterprise Resource Planning: Global Opportunities and Challenges. He has publications in international journals and conferences covering his areas of research. His research interests are multimedia communication networks, embedded systems design, network protocols and performance studies; mobile wireless multimedia communication and ERP systems.


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