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Can Accountants Bring A Positive Contribution To ERP Implementation

@article{JeanBaptiste2009CanAB,
  title={Can Accountants Bring A Positive Contribution To ERP Implementation},
  author={Rodney Jean-Baptiste},
  journal={International Management Review},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={81}
}
[Abstract] This study reviews the contributions of accountants during both the implementation and post-implementation phase of Enterprise Resource Planning systems. A survey was sent to accounting professionals of the Institute Of Management Accountants, and 219 responses were obtained. Regression analysis and t-testing are used. Results confirm that there is a positive significant relationship between the contribution of accountants and the successful implementation of ERP. The study also… 

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