ERP II-Next-generation Extended Enterprise Resource Planning

@inproceedings{Mller2003ERPIE,
  title={ERP II-Next-generation Extended Enterprise Resource Planning},
  author={Charles M\oller},
  year={2003}
}
ERP II (ERP/2) systems is a new concept introduced by Gartner Group in 2000 in order to label the latest extensions of the ERP-systems. The purpose of this paper is to explore the next-generation of ERP systems, the Extended Enterprise Resource Planning (EERP or as we prefer to use: eERP). The results of the paper are threefold: First a conceptual framework for eERP is established. Secondly, the business and research issues of this new framework are evaluated in the perspective of ERP and in… CONTINUE READING

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