Successful implementation of ERP projects: Evidence from two case studies

@inproceedings{Motwani2002SuccessfulIO,
  title={Successful implementation of ERP projects: Evidence from two case studies},
  author={Jaideep Motwani and Dinesh A. Mirchandani and Manu Madan and Angappa Gunasekaran},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract This research examines what factors facilitate or inhibit the success of ERP projects and what actions can be taken to bring troubled ERP projects under control. It uses a case study methodology grounded in business process change theory to compare a successful ERP implementation with an unsuccessful one. Data was collected by conducting interviews at various levels of the subject organizations and by examining their archived records when available. The study proposes that a cautious… CONTINUE READING

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