Identification of business system based on business process of small culinary enterprises
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia contribute around 53% of the GDP. To increase their market competitiveness, SMEs need to be able to integrate and automate their business processes at least to a certain extent. An ERP system can be a solution for SMEs because of its advantages i.e. quickened information response time, increased interaction across the enterprise, improved order management/cycle, etc. Among the critical issues of SMEs are limited funds availability and lack of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability. In order to better understand the need of ERP services for SMEs and to provide guidelines for Indonesian SMEs and to address the void of ERP researches in Indonesia, this paper presents the roadmap of ERP research agenda for SMEs in Indonesia.