This handbook is a repository of state-of-the-art knowledge about enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and applications. It presents cutting edge articles on ERP systems by leading researchers in the field from around the world.
The articles discuss frontier areas of research in the field of enterprise systems. They cover a wide range of topics concerned with ERP systems, viz., issues related to ERP systems technology, the evolving architecture of ERP systems, and issues related to ERP implementation. The book also presents case studies and practical examples in its final section to further clarify the concepts.
The Handbook of Research in Enterprise Systems was conceived to collate and present to the reader the fast changing landscape of enterprise systems in one convenient volume. Briefly, the evolution of enterprise systems can be broken into three distinct phases:
- The evolution of the client server based Enterprise ...