BPR Effect on ERP Implementation : a Comparative Case Study

  title={BPR Effect on ERP Implementation : a Comparative Case Study},
  author={Turan Erman Erkan},
Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is an essentia l tool before an information system project implement ation. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) projects definitely require the standardization and fixation of business processes from customer order to shipment. Therefore, ERP implementations a re well proven to be coupled with BPR, although the extend and tim ing of BPR with respect to ERP implementation differ. This study ai ms at analyzing the effects of BPR on ERP implementation success… CONTINUE READING


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