Knowledge Management Implications in ERP Implementations: Evidence from Sri Lankan Cases

@article{Suraweera2008KnowledgeMI,
  title={Knowledge Management Implications in ERP Implementations: Evidence from Sri Lankan Cases},
  author={Theekshana Suraweera and S. Mahagederawatte and C. Kahandawaarachchi and P. Hewamallikage and D. Periyapperuma and M. Adipola},
  journal={2008 4th International Conference on Information and Automation for Sustainability},
  year={2008},
  pages={188-193}
}
Knowledge management (KM) plays a major role in the success of implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in business organizations. This research aims to provide an in-depth understanding of ERP implementation processes in Sri Lanka. The major issues associated with KM in ERP implementations are brought into light and possible strategies for overcoming such issues are identified. The research builds on the work of Baskerville et al. (2006), and focuses on the importance of… CONTINUE READING

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