Different Critical Success Factors Of An Erp System

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FEDERATION UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIA Enterprise System ITECH-5402 Different critical success factors in different types of implementation, particularly in ERP upgrades and conversation to different ERP systems and how they can help in successful implementation? Team Assignment 10/7/2014 Team member: Syed Mohammad Zohaib 30100782 Niranjan Reddy 30100765 Abstract This report focuses on the issues when implementing an ERP system with respect to upgrades and conversion into different types of ERP system. So how this different success factors in different types of implementation and the critical success factors when upgrades current ERP system. Table of Contents Abstract…show more content…
Other common names used are: Enterprise Information Systems (EIS), Enterprise Wide Systems (EWS) or Enterprise Systems (ES). Enterprise systems are “commercial software packages that enable the integration of transaction oriented data and business process throughout an organization”. (Markus M, 2000) Typically, ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems are software packages composed of several modules, such as sales & distribution, finance and production, human capital management, provide cross-organization integration of transaction based data throughout embedded business processes. These software packages can be modified for the specific requirements of each organization up to certain limits. Since early 1990s, most firms around the world have changed their information technology (IT) strategy from in-house developing information systems to purchasing application software, such as ERP systems. IT managers responsible for managing their organization’s ERP implementation view their ERP systems as their organizations. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems have come out as the key success of information management and the enterprise backbone of organizations. The trouble of ERP implementations have been widely cited in the history, but research on the critical factors for ongoing and initial ERP implementation success is fragmented and uncommon. In this paper, there are 11 elements were found to be critical success to
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