Implementation Management of an E-Commerce-Enabled Enterprise Information Systems: A Case Study at Texas Instruments

R. P. Sundarraj (Clark University, USA) and Joseph Sarkis (Clark University, USA)
Copyright: © 2002 |Pages: 47
EISBN13: 9781599047515|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-930708-27-3.ch002
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This chapter presents a case study of an overview of the efforts of Texas Instrument’s (TI’s) internal and external ERP implementation, with a focus on linking its ERP system in a global e-commerce setting. This linkage is especially important since it had been stated in TI’s strategic plan as an objective of this project to provide visibility of the ERP system to external constituents via Web linkages along with the objective of standardizing internal processes and important information technology systems to support market needs. Thus, its ERP system is central to managing its supply chain and B2B e-commerce linkages from both a customer and supplier perspective. Issues faced by TI are clearly outlined with future questions also posed in the final section.
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