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ERP Enterprise Resource Planning 2002

ERP Enterprise Resource Planning 2002

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Enterprise Resource Planning—Global Opportunities & Challenges
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Enterprise Resource Planning: Global Opportunities & Challenges
 by Liaquat Hossain, Jon David Patrick and M.A. Rashid
ISBN: 193070836x
 Idea Group Publishing
© 2002 (295 pages)
 This text offers a present-day analysis of ERP systems, cultural factors, and prospectivemethod variations for organizations of all sizes.
Table of Contents
Enterprise Resource Planning—Global Opportunities & ChallengesPrefaceChapter I- The Evolution of ERP Systems: A Historical PerspectiveChapter II-The Myth of Integration: A Case Study of an ERPImplementationChapter III-ERP Systems in Universities: Rationale Advanced for TheirAdoptionChapter IV-Assessing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Adoption in thePhilippinesChapter V-The Impact of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems onOrganizational Effectiveness: An Artifact EvaluationChapter VI-Enterprise Resource Planning and Knowledge ManagementSystems: An Empirical Account of Organizational Efficiency andFlexibilityChapter VII-Knowledge Management for Enterprise Systems–First EmpiricalInsightsChapter VIII-Implementation Management of an E-Commerce-EnabledEnterprise Information System: A Case Study at TexasInstrumentsChapter IX- An Object-Oriented Awareness-Based Methodology for ERPChapter X-A Framework for Assessing ERP Systems’ Functionality for theSMEs in AustraliaChapter XI- Selecting and Implementing an ERP System at Alimentos PeruChapter XII-A Framework for the Selection of ERP Packages for Small toMedium and Large OrganizationsChapter XIII- A Study of the ERP Selection Process in New ZealandChapter XIV-Using Cost Benefit Analysis for Enterprise Resource PlanningProject Evaluation: A Case for Including IntangiblesChapter XV-Effective Use of External Expertise in Enterprise Systems: ANew Zealand Case ExperienceIndexList of FiguresList of Tables
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Enterprise Resource Planning—Global Opportunities & Challenges
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Enterprise Resource Planning—GlobalOpportunities & Challenges
Liaquat HossainJon David Patrick
 
M. A. Rashid
 IDEA GROUP PUBLISHINGLiaquat HossainSyracuse University, USAJon David PatrickUniversity of Sydney, AustraliaMohammad A. RashidMassey University–Albany, New ZealandInformation Science Publishing
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Tedi WingardPrinted at: Integrated Book TechnologyPublished in the United States of America byIdea Group Publishing1331 E. Chocolate AvenueHershey PA 17033-1117Tel: 717-533-8845Fax: 717-533-8661E-mail: cust@idea-group.comWeb site:http://www.idea-group.com and in the United Kingdom byIdea Group Publishing3 Henrietta StreetCovent GardenLondon WC2E 8LUTel: 44 20 7240 0856Fax: 44 20 7379 3313Web site:http://www.eurospan.co.uk Copyright © 2002 by Idea Group Publishing. All rights reserved. No part of this bookmay be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, includingphotocopying, without written permission from the publisher.
 
Enterprise Resource Planning—Global Opportunities & Challenges
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataHossain, Liaquat.Enterprise resource planning : global opportunities and challenges / Liaquat Hossainand Jon David Patrick, Mohammad A. Rashid.p. cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.ISBN 1-930708-36-X (cloth)1. Business planning. 2. Management information systems. I. Patrick, Jon David. II.Rashid, Mohammad A. III. Title.HD30.28 .H677 2002658.4'012--dc212001059425eISBN 1-59140-025-2British Cataloguing in Publication Data A Cataloguing in Publication record for this bookis available from the British Library.
About the Authors
 
Liaquat Hossain
is an assistant professor at the School of Information Studies atSyracuse University. His background is in Bachelor of business administration, 1993 andM.Sc. in Computer and Engineering Management, 1995 from the Assumption Universityof Thailand. Mr. Hossain completed his Ph.D. in Information Technology and ComputerScience, specializing in Telecommunications Management from the University of Wollongong, NSW Australia in 1997. He was invited to conduct postdoctoral research atthe Internet Telephony Interoperability Consortium of Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1997. The exposure to a multidisciplinary education and interdisciplinaryresearch background has helped him in designing IS/ IT courses as well as in thepursuance of both applied and theoretical research in areas like telecommunicationsmanagement, electronic commerce, information economics, health informatics, andstrategic information management. His current research is on the following areas:understanding technological learning capability of small and medium sized SWdevelopment companies in Australia and the US, understanding the relationshipbetween IT investment and organizational productivity and understanding tacitknowledge sharing systems in organization.
Jon David Patrick
holds the inaugural Sybase Chair of information systems in theSchool of Information Technologies at the University of Sydney, and previously held theinaugural Chair of Information Systems at Massey University, New Zealand. He hasbeen active for many years in language technology which he has combined with hisprofessional activities as a psychotherapist. He now applies those expertises toorganizational issues in change management and knowledge management. He holdsfive degrees from various universities including a Ph.D. from Monash Univeristy inmachine learning.
Mohammad A. Rashid
is a senior lecturer of information engineering at MasseyUniversity, New Zealand. Prior to his current position, he was an associate professor of computer and information engineering at the International Islamic University Malaysia,senior lecturer of computer science at the University of Brunei Darussalam, andassociate professor at Dhaka University. He received M.Sc. Eng. degree from theTechnical University of Wroclaw, Poland in 1978 and Ph.D. in Communications

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