An efficient, effective e-government enterprise resource planning model

Thomson, J 2011, 'An efficient, effective e-government enterprise resource planning model', in Klun, M (ed.) Proceedings of the 11th European conference on e-Government, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 16 - 17 June, 2011, pp. 1-17.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title An efficient, effective e-government enterprise resource planning model
Author(s) Thomson, J
Year 2011
Conference name 1th European Conference on e-Government
Conference location Ljubljana, Slovenia
Conference dates 16 - 17 June, 2011
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 11th European conference on e-Government
Editor(s) Klun, M
Publisher Academic Publishing Limited
Place of publication Reading, UK
Start page 1
End page 17
Total pages 17
Abstract The purpose of this empirical research over twelve months developed an efficient and effective generic ERP database model and minimized its impact on the agency. The ERP database so developed met agency performance requirements, did not require adjustment of agency structures, systems or processes, or any additional resources, change management or special training. The model, which may be suitable for adoption by others (particularly developing countries), was based on the agency's existing data across almost all industry sectors over a period of six financial years. Contrary to vendor developed and imposed ERP models, the impact of this model on the agency was minimal.
Subjects Information Systems Management
Information Systems Organisation
Database Management
Keyword(s) ERP
agency
performance
impact
ISBN 9781908272003
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