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A literature review on the implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system

Jitender ., Rajesh Attri, Nitin Panwar


ERP is very important tool which is very helpful in maintaining various operations within an organization. But there are many factors which affect its effectiveness and act as barrier to in its full utilization. This paper tries to identify those factors by systematic literature analysis. The organizations may recognize these barriers in order to develop proper strategy to handle them properly.

Keywords: Success factors, Barriers, Implementation, ERP

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