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A domestic model for successful implementation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in Iranian manufacturing enterprises

Author(s): Mohammad Rahmani | Mohammad Reza Taghva

Journal: Management Science Letters
ISSN 1923-9335

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 67;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Social architecture | ERP | Human behavioral

This research investigates the human-behavioral dimension of technology acceptance in enterprises. It is evident that accepting a technology depends on the underlying circumstances of the environment. We have approached this issue from two different angles of social and technological architecture. The research tries to explore proper enterprise architecture for ERP system acceptance. Social Architecture (SA) is defined as the set of circumstances that makes people behave in a particular way. So behavior of persons (employees of an enterprise) can be a function of SA. Hence acceptance of a system can be dictated by SA and manipulating SA can result in desirable success for a technology system. We have achieved various variables of social architecture and have examined their relevance to system acceptance and success in related enterprises (research domain) beside technological architecture variables. The results have indicated that a special form of social and technological architecture can lead to success for ERP system in the enterprises of the research domain. This gave us a model of architecture.

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