Implementation Management of an E-Commerce-Enabled Enterprise Information System

Implementation Management of an E-Commerce-Enabled Enterprise Information System

Joseph Sarkis (Clark University, USA) and R. P. Sundarraj (University of Waterloo, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-943-4.ch139
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Abstract

The integration of enterprise systems and the supply chain to an organization is becoming more critical in an ever-changing, globally competitive environment. Quick response will require close relationships, especially communications and information sharing among integrated internal functional groups as well as the suppliers and customers of an organization. Texas Instruments (TI), headquartered in Dallas, Texas, has come to realize this requirement for building and maintaining its competitive edge. Thus, it sought to implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with a focus on linking it with a global electronic commerce (e-commerce) setting, an innovative and current issue (Weston, 2003).

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