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Factors Affecting ERP Application: A Field Study in Turkish Textile Sector (ERP Sistemlerinin Uygulanmasında Kritik Başarı Faktörlerinin Belirlenmesi: Türk Tekstil Sektöründe Bir Alan Çalışması)

Journal: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ACADEMIC VALUE STUDIES (JAVS-Javstudies) (Vol.2, No. 1)

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Page : 41-52

Keywords : Critical Success Factors; ERP; ERPI; Kritik Başarı Faktörleri;

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Abstract

In the global competitive business environment of the present day, there is an increasing need to implement a total business solution which supports major functionalities of a business (Huang and Palvia, 2001: 276). Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and its implementation (ERPI) is designed to meet the needs of modern business while combining solutions and decision support systems to managers(Nah, Lau & Kuang, 2001: 1463). The present study aims to identify the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for implementing ERP systems. To do so, a detailed literature review is carried out. The literature review uncovered many facts such as there are differences between the developed and developing countries in ERP implementation (Dezdarand Ainin, 2011: 919). Also, the fact that the need for local studies on ERPI came out as a necessity (Buonanno, Faverio, Pigni, Ravarini, Scuito and Tagliavini, 2005:390). Then, the study needs the perceptions of the end users of the ERP systems as there are some CSFs which are valid for international scale but not tested domestically. To do so, a questionnaire is adapted from the former studies including the statements of the most cited ones. The empirical phase of the study will include the application of the survey to the randomly selected sample. Obtained data will be analyzed via statistical analysis methods. The methods will be used include general revision of the data set via descriptive statistics, correlations, confirmatory factor analysis (Amos 16.0), interpretation of the results and lastly reporting the conclusions and also the impediments for future research.

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