Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): Past, Present and Future

  • McGaughey, Ronald E; Gunasekaran A
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Abstract

AbStrAct Business needs have driven the design, development, and use of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. Intra-enterprise integration was a driving force in the design, development, and use of early ERP , but , intense, and focus to inter - enterprise integration . Current and evolving ERP systems thus reflect the expanded scope of , with management . This , the , and ERP , with . If to play a significant role in the design , development , and use of suitable ERP systems to meet evolving business , then , at , on , its , and . Keywords : enterprise resource planning (ERP) ; ERPII ; future of enterprise resouce planning ; materi - als requirement planning (MRP) ; manufacturing resource planning (MRPII)

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  • Angappa. McGaughey, Ronald E; Gunasekaran

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