June 14, 2009
June 14, 2009
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Enterprise Resource Planning: A Study of User Satisfaction with Reference to Construction Industry Abstract
Key words: Construction Industry, Enterprise Resource Planning, User Satisfaction.
Statement of the Problem
Enterprise Resource Planning System
An Enterprise Resource Planning system (ERP) is a packaged business software system that integrates a series of modular software applications to serve all functions of an “Enterprise”, including work flow and document management, scheduling, cost control, human resource management, procurement, quality control and.
ERP systems include a set of software modules linked to a common database, and these modules can handle basic corporate functions such as manufacturing, finance, human resources, materials management, sales, and distribution1. ERP systems focus on integrating all internal enterprise transactions processing to balance demand and supply2.
In short ERP helps to integrate the numerous data in an organization under one common platform. The purpose behind is not only to ensure transparency but also to facilitate tracking down information regarding the status of a particular order or its dispatch and so on. If a company succeed in this it will definitely achieve ERP benefit.
Choudhury, I. (2009, June), Enterprise Resource Planning: A Study Of User Satisfaction With Reference To The Construction Industry Paper presented at 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition, Austin, Texas. 10.18260/1-2--5000
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