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We examined the effect of absorptive capacity of users on their use of ERP in a Korean context. The three components considered were understanding, assimilating, and applying ERP knowledge. We found that the capacities of users to assimilate and apply the knowledge had both direct and indirect effects on its value. The users' ability to understand ERP(More)
This paper aims to examine conditions under which investment in enterprise resource planning (ERP) has a positive influence on business performance. Our empirical analysis on Korean firms that invested in ERP systems reveals how organizational integration modes need to be aligned with ERP systems for positive results from the ERP investment. Organizational(More)
It is difficult for firms to recognize and adapt to change when it is drastic, sudden, and externally forced At the same time, however, certain firms do sustain competitive advantage even during such major environ-Given that there are wide variances in firms' abilities to adapt to environmental changes (Walker, Madsen, & Carini, 2002), an important issue is(More)
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