Dimitrios Chatzoudes

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Purpose – Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems enhance productivity and working quality by offering integration, standardization and simplification of multiple business transactions. The present study seeks to introduce a conceptual framework that investigates the way that human inputs (top management, users, external consultants) are linked to(More)
Nowadays, more and more people are using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in order to accommodate their daily needs. E-Government (e-Gov) adopts these technologies in an effort to provide prompt and secure services to citizens. However, the intention to use e-Government services has not yet been fully examined by the international(More)
The highly competitive global environment of the last few decades has urged companies to rely on Information Systems (IS) in order to improve customer service, reduce costs and increase productivity. In that direction, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are being used as significant strategic tools that provide competitive advantages and lead to(More)
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have established a reputation in the world of business as indispensables tools that integrate all departments and functions across a company into a single computer system. However, implementing an ERP system does not always result in enhanced organizational performance. In order to ensure successful implementation,(More)
Purpose – The recent advances in the technology of electronic banking have helped develop new ways of handling banking affairs, especially through online banking. Moreover, the rapid development of the internet has stimulated the banking sector towards encouraging customers to make their transactions online. The purpose of this paper is to introduce an(More)
During the last ten years, Supply Chain Integration (SCI) has emerged as a key subject of the Supply Chain Management (SCM) literature. Despite its extended empirical investigation, very few studies have placed their focus on the information sharing perspective of supplier, internal and customer integration. On the one hand, numerous scholars theoretically(More)
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