ERP in the Internet Economy

  title={ERP in the Internet Economy},
  author={Les Hayman},
  journal={Information Systems Frontiers},
  • Les Hayman
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • Information Systems Frontiers
This paper discusses the future of Enterprise Resource Planning and (ERP) in the Internet Economy. In the Internet Economy, ERP as a distinct entity is giving way to a much broader value proposition that effectively fuses different forms of business applications and services. Back-office and front-office applications within an enterprise will come together, along with applications and services for value-chain collaboration between business partners. 
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