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Critical Success Factors of ERP Implementation
Swaminathan, Selvakumar

2011, Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Toledo, College of Engineering.
This study examines what factors facilitate or inhibit the success of ERP projects. The study proposes that worked with functionality, maintained scope, project team, management support, consultants, internal readiness, training, planning, and adequate testing are critical to a successful ERP project implementation and also dealing with organizational diversity, development, and budgeting are other important factors that are contributing to a successful implementation.
Matthew Franchetti, PhD (Committee Chair)
Udayan Nandkeolyar, PhD (Committee Member)
Yong Gan, PhD (Committee Member)
87 p.

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