Segmenting and mining the ERP users' perceived benefits using the rough set approach

@article{Wu2011SegmentingAM,
  title={Segmenting and mining the ERP users' perceived benefits using the rough set approach},
  author={Wei-Wen Wu},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
  year={2011},
  volume={38},
  pages={6940-6948}
}
Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) systems are viewed as a promising and powerful information technology solution for dealing with the impact of competition advancements and enabling corporations to improve productivity and to operate more efficiently. Although implementations of ERP are complex and costly, corporations may actively adopt and engage in such ERP implementations if perceived benefits exceed perceived risks and costs. A number of studies have contributed to discussion of… CONTINUE READING
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