The Enterprise Resource Planning Decade: Lessons Learned and Issues for the Future

The Enterprise Resource Planning Decade: Lessons Learned and Issues for the Future

Frederic Adam (University College Cork, Ireland) and David Sammon (University College Cork, Ireland)
Release Date: July, 2003|Copyright: © 2004 |Pages: 308
ISBN13: 9781591401889|ISBN10: 1591401887|EISBN13: 9781591401896|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-188-9

Description

The Enterprise Resource Planning Decade: Lessons Learned and Issues for the Future presents a collection of chapters written by various experts that share a interest in the ERP movement. This collection will generate much interest and contribute to the development of Enterprise-wide systems that provide true support to organizations and the development of methodologies that are less disruptive of organizational day-to-day business than is the case today.

Reviews and Testimonials

This is an important and sobering book about the past, present and future of Enterprise Resource Planning systems and their promise of providing a complete information management solution for the corporation. The authors, based on several years of research, take a sympathetic but also impartial look at the implementation of ERP systems and find a big gap between the promise and the reality. A must read for senior managers thinking about implementing ERP or similar enterprise-wide systems.

– Fernando Elichirigoity, University of Illinois, USA

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Frédéric Adam is a Senior Lecturer in the department of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems at University College Cork in Ireland. He holds a PhD from the National University of Ireland and Université Paris VI jointly. His research has been published in a number of international journals including the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Decision Support Systems and Systèmes d'Information et Management. He is the co-author of the "Manager's Guide to Current Issues in Information Systems" and "Postgraduate Research" (both published by Blackhall Publishing, Dublin, Ireland) and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Decision Systems. He acts as a consultant in the areas of information systems selection and implementation and executive systems on a regular basis.
David Sammon is a lecturer in Business Information Systems at University College Cork, Ireland. David holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.Sc. in Management Information Systems from University College Cork. His current research interests focus on decision making and organisational experiences around Data Warehousing and Enterprise Resource Planning systems implementation. He has presented his research at major international conferences in Europe and in the United States and published in top ranking international journals including: Information Systems Journal and DATABASE.