Abstract or Introduction
However challenging it may be in carrying out this research, its findings are expected to give a contribution towards role-based ERP system implementation practice. This study’s findings are expected to be significant to various interested parties, for example vendors may understand price- and design-based problems facing target customers and simplify applications to assist companies to implement role-based ERP systems with ease. On the other hand, people or companies implementing role-based ERP systems can also realize the internal and extraneous needs and get prepared effectively.
The trouble in implementing role-based ERP systems in industrialized nations may be worsened by the assertion that role-based ERP embodies proved ways of doing business thus requiring companies adopting role-based ERP systems to adjust their corporate processes to comply with business practices constitutional in role-based ERP packages. Venders contend that the implementation of such best practices lowers the cost of configuring the software and results in improving the company’s processes. Therefore, Gosain, S. (2004) says that companies and their stakeholders many times strain to implement such practices.
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- Mercy Njiru (Author), 2014, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems. Challenges of Enterprise Software Implementation, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/315034