Business-to-Business E-commerce And Enterprise Resource Planning: Increasing Value In Supply Chain Management

Author(s):

Zinovy Radovilsky
Zinovy Radovilsky, Professor, California State University, Hayward, CA 94542, 510/885-3302, zradovil@csuhayward.edu

87th Annual International Conference Proceedings - 2002 - San Francisco, CA
Abstract

The modern ERP systems are fully integrated with e-commerce supply chain solutions like e-procurement, seller-oriented marketplaces, exchanges and auctions, etc. However, these integrated ERP systems still have substantial implementation and utilization issues including complexity, high cost of ownership, long time to recover investments, and being unaffordable for small- and middle-size companies. The paper presents the framework of overcoming these issues and increasing value in supply chain e-commerce development and ERP.

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