The role of BPR in the implementation of ERP systems

  title={The role of BPR in the implementation of ERP systems},
  author={Suresh Subramoniam and Mohamed Tounsi and K. V. Krishnankutty},
  journal={Business Proc. Manag. Journal},
Purpose – The role of business process re-engineering (BPR) in implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems is of paramount importance. A variety of approaches are used for such re-engineering as the best-fitting ERP solution can only give a maximum of 80 percent fit with the existing workflow of the organization in which ERP is being implemented. The aim of this paper is to focus on the issues involved. Design/methodology/approach – The paper presents some sample ERP installations… CONTINUE READING


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