Enterprise resource Planning ( ERP ): Past , Present and future

  • Ronald E. McGaughey 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 systems, but increased globalization, intense competition, and technological change have shifted to focus to inter-enterprise integration. Current and evolving ERP systems thus reflect the expanded scope of integration, with greater emphasis on things like supply chain management and customer relationship management. This manuscript explores the evolution of ERP, the current status of ERP, and the future of ERP, with the objective of promoting relevant future research in this important area. If researchers hope to play a significant role in the design, development, and use of suitable ERP systems to meet evolving business needs, then their research should focus, at least in part, on the changing business environment, its impact on business needs, and the requirements for enterprise systems that meet those needs.

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  • ERPII
  • Keywords:
  • enterprise resource planning (ERP)
  • future of enterprise resouce planning
  • manufacturing resource planning (MRPII)
  • materi- als requirement planning (MRP)

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  • Angappa Gunasekaran Ronald E. McGaughey

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