Enterprise resource planning systems selection process

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2004
Kenaroğlu, Bahar
In this study, a research is developed to establish a comprehensive framework for ERP systems selection process and provide guidance for better ERP systems selection and evaluation by investigating all the aspects of the selection process. The research is conducted through a comprehensive study prior to key information systems journals, conferences, overall enterprise information systems materials in electronic databases, and also in practitioner journals. As a result, the study is able to present a comprehensive framework for ERP systems selection process, identify the problematic issues, reveal the ways to improve the selection activities, and present a road-map for the selection process.

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B. Kenaroğlu, “Enterprise resource planning systems selection process,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.