ERP Implementation in State Government

ERP Implementation in State Government

Ed Watson (Louisiana State University, USA), Sylvia Vaught (State of Louisiana, USA), Dan Gutierrez (Computer Sciences Corporation, USA) and Dan Rinks (Louisiana State University, USA)
Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-061-5.ch020
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Abstract

In the early 1990s, enterprise resource planning (ERP) emerged as the business standard for enterprise computing. The concepts associated with ERP, i.e., integration, standardization and process-centering, are indeed powerful and profound. Private sector organizations embraced this technology for varying reasons. ERP success or failure is determined in large part by how able and willing an organization is to undertake a radical business transformation process. At the dawn of the new century, ERP concepts are beginning to pervade public sector organizations, including state government. As with the private sector, each implementation brings with it unique challenges and opportunities. This case study takes a look at some of the exciting issues associated with the implementation of integrated systems in state government.

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