Predicting the implementation effort of ERP projects: empirical evidence on SAP/R3

@article{Francalanci2001PredictingTI,
  title={Predicting the implementation effort of ERP projects: empirical evidence on SAP/R3},
  author={Chiara Francalanci},
  journal={JIT},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={33-48}
}
A common experience among companies that have undertaken ERP projects is incurring high expenditures, which frequently outgrow their initial budgets by signiŽ cant percentage values (cf. Saunders, 1999; Scheer and Habermann, 2000). In some cases, ERPs seem to have failed the cost-reduction promises that encouraged companies to embark on extensive replacements of their basic information technology (IT) applications (cf. Wagle, 1998; Stedman, 1999; Scheer and Habermann, 2000). However, the costs… CONTINUE READING
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