FACTORS WHICH HAVE FATAL INFLUENCE ON ERP IMPLEMENTATION ON SLOVENIAN ORGANIZATIONS

Simona Sternad, Samo Bobek

Abstract


A lot of ERP implementations are failure, because organizations which bought ERP systems thought that this was all what they should do. But failure cases of ERP implementation showed, that organizations have to do extensive work on implementation. Because of that, organizations have to create conditions, in which they can implement chosen solution in expected time, scope and evaluated costs. That means that organizations should be aware of what most critical factors for success (CSF) in ERP implementations are. The high failure rate of ERP implementations call for better understanding of critical success factors (CSFs). In the paper we will research the CSFs in ERP implementation by studying published prior research on the field of ERP implementation. We will build a model of CSFs for ERP implementation, discuss in depth some most important factors and present preliminary results of importance CSFs of ERP implementation in Slovenian organizations.

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Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences (Online)
ISSN 1846-9418 (online)
ISSN 1846-3312 (print)