Standing on the shoulders of giants : Are ERP success factors relevant for EDRMS implementation?
Nguyen, Thuy-Linh, Swatman, Paula M. C. and Fraunholz, B. 2008, Standing on the shoulders of giants : Are ERP success factors relevant for EDRMS implementation?, in Proceedings of the 21st Bled eConference : eCollaboration : overcoming boundaries through multi-channel interaction, University of Maribor, Bled, Slovenia, pp. 523-536.
Records management has been a central concern for organisations in both private and public sectors since the beginning of the 21st century. This new focus is due both to the introduction of laws, regulations and standards affecting corporate information management; and to the way records are changing from paper-based to “born-digital” and “made-digital”. The need for an effective automated system to manage records is now greater than ever, with Electronic Document and Records Management Systems (EDRMS) being the most likely solution. Despite their increasing popularity, however, successful uptake of such systems is not yet widespread and research into their implementation is still limited. This paper investigates the possibility of applying existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) models to EDRMS by analysing the substantial body of literature on success factors for ERP implementation, both qualitatively and quantitatively; and then comparing these with the still relatively limited literature on EDRMS.
Field of Research
080499 Data Format not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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