ERP system fit - an explorative task and data quality perspective

  title={ERP system fit - an explorative task and data quality perspective},
  author={Paul Glowalla and Ali Sunyaev},
  journal={J. Enterprise Inf. Management},
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to facilitate understanding of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and data quality interdependency by presenting ERP systems’ use within data quality management. Design/methodology/approach – The authors apply task technology fit (TTF) in an explorative study, conducting semi-structured expert interviews with participants in information technology strategic decision making. The authors analyzed the interviews with iterative descriptive and… CONTINUE READING


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