Vorgehensmodell zur Implementierung eines komponentenbasierten ERP-Systems

Christian Nebenführ

    Publication: ThesisDoctoral thesis

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    Abstract

    ERP systems support companies in their day-to-day business. They support all
    relevant business processes, they record transaction data and relate them to planning
    data, which help managers to control their companies effectively. Each ERP
    vendor develops the system based on theory and experience in order to support the
    processes of many types of companies. Vendors try to achieve a balance between
    standardisation and flexibility to allow companies a fast customization of the ERP
    system. Very small components allow the system a high degree of flexibility, but
    they increase the effort required for the administration and coordination between the
    components. If companies use components from different vendors, an ERP project
    becomes more complicated. This dissertation introduces a framework for the design
    of an ERP system based on small components. The framework focuses on the
    interfaces between functions and the functional areas (organisational units) of the
    company. (author's abstract)
    Original languageGerman (Austria)
    Awarding Institution
    • WU Vienna
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2010

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