A Success Model for Enterprise Resource Planning Adoption to Improve Financial Performance in Vietnam's Equitized State Owned Enterprises

  title={A Success Model for Enterprise Resource Planning Adoption to Improve Financial Performance in Vietnam's Equitized State Owned Enterprises},
  author={Long Pham and Jeffrey E. Teich},
  journal={Int. J. Enterp. Inf. Syst.},
Equitized state-owned enterprises ESOEs in Vietnam have begun to implement enterprise resource planning ERP systems, ubiquitous in developed countries, to improve their operational and financial performance. However, such ESOEs lack a model for ERP adoption to guide them in successfully implementing ERP systems. This study is based on an extensive review of literature on ERP benefits and the equitization process in Vietnam and relevant theories on innovation adoption, and the authors propose a… 
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