Strategic ERP Extension and Use
Strategic ERP Extension and Use provides practitioners and researchers with a window into the cutting edge strategic extension and the use of modern ERP systems, focusing on current use of ERP system implementation as well as outlooks for future developments for operations and strategic managers.
With contributions and real-world case studies by established experts in the field at such leading-edge institutions as MIT, Accenture Institute for High Performance Business, and the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, this volume clarifies the existing capabilities of ERP systems and the potential for extensions of these capabilities in support of resource management strategies.
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