What is an Enterprise Wide Application?. Introduction and principles. Based on Chapter 1 in Adam, Frederic and Sammon, David (2004) The Enterprise Resource Planning Decade: Lessons Learned And Issues For The Future , Idea Publishing Group, Hershey, PS. Enterprise Wide Applications.
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Introduction and principles
Based on Chapter 1 in Adam, Frederic and Sammon, David (2004) The Enterprise Resource
Planning Decade: Lessons Learned And Issues For The Future, Idea Publishing Group,
an accounting-oriented information system for identifying and planning the enterprise-wide resources needed to take, make, ship, and account for customer orders
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ERP IIProduct Data Management Engineering Change Orders
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From Adoption to Success. Claremont, CA: Claremont Graduate University.
“The integrated management information systems ideas so popular in the literature are a poor design concept. More particularly, the integrated or company wide database is a misleading notion and even if it could be achieved, it would be exorbitantly expensive”
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“The notion that a company can and ought to have an expert (or a group of experts) create for it a single, completely integrated super-system - an MIS - to help it govern every aspect of its activity is absurd”
Dearden, A (1972) MIS is a mirage, Harvard Business Review, January / February