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A Conceptual Framework for ERP Evaluation in Universities of Pakistan

@article{Nizamani2014ACF,
  title={A Conceptual Framework for ERP Evaluation in Universities of Pakistan},
  author={Sehrish Nizamani and Khalil Khoumbati and Imdad Ali Ismaili and Saad Nizamani},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1402.0116}
}
The higher education has been greatly impacted by worldwide trends. In a result, the universities throughout the world are focusing to enhance performance and efficiency in their workings. Therefore, the higher education has moved their systems to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems to cope with the needs of changing environment. However, the literature review indicates that there is void on the evaluation of success or failure of ERP systems in higher education Institutes in Pakistan… Expand
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