Organizational Advancements through Enterprise Information Systems: Emerging Applications and Developments, 1st Edition

  • Angappa Gunasekaran
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  • ISBN-10: 1605669695
  • ISBN-13: 9781605669694
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 313 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released June 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) allow for the sharing and coordination of information across an organization. Given the global nature of today’s business, it has become necessary to develop strategic alliances and promote inter-organizational communication.This collection, entitled "Organizational Advancements through Enterprise Information Systems: Emerging Applications and Developments", provides a comprehensive assessment of the latest developments in the EIS revolution. Individual chapters, which focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) adoption, the integration of enterprise systems, personalized ERP, and the Semantic Web, offer ideas and solutions for the future of the global enterprise.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Critical Success Factors in Enterprise Resource Planning Implementations.
2: The Paradox of Complex ERP Systems Used in Simplified Organisations Such as Small and Medium Enterprises.
3: Requirements Management for ERP Projects.
4: Requirements Elicitation for Personalized ERP Systems: A Case Study.
5: Specifying General Activity Clusters for ERP Projects Aimed at Effort Prediction.
6: Time, Attitude, and User Participation: How Prior Events Determine User Attitudes in ERP Implementation.
7: ERP Selection: Effect of Product and Organizational Constructs.
8: A SOA-based Approach to Integrate Enterprise Systems.
9: The Underlying Test—Human, Organisational and Technical Considerations Adjoined with Critical Success Factors when Implementing ERP: A Case Study of a UK SME.
10: The Role of Enterprise Perceptions in Acceptance of Information Systems.
11: Modeling and Implementation of Formal Power Structures in Enterprise Information Systems.
12: Enhancing Traditional ATP Functionality in Open Source ERP Systems: A Case Study from the Food & Beverages Industry.
13: Developing an Enterprise Wide Knowledge Warehouse: Challenge of Optimal Designs in the Media Industry.
14: Exploring the Influence Sources of ERP Adoption and the Y2K Effect in Taiwan.
15: IS Success Factors and IS Organizational Impact: Does Ownership Type Matter in Kuwait?.
16: An ASP-Based Product Customization Service System for SMEs: A Case Study in Construction Machinery.
17: Monitoring Enterprise Applications and the Future of Self-healing Applications.
18: Managing the Implementation of Business Intelligence Systems: A Critical Success Factors Framework.
19: Rule-based Approach for A Better B2b Discovery.
20: Generic Object Oriented Enterprise Modeling Approach Utilizing a Strategic Abstraction Mechanism.
21: Semantic Web Services for Simulation Component Reuse and Interoperability: An Ontology Approach.
22: Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.