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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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William Lesso

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Nagib C. Callaos


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Information Management Processes for Extraction of Student Dropout Indicators in Courses in Distance Mode
Renata Maria Abrantes Baracho, Paloma de Albuqyerque Diesel
(pages: 1-6)

Tools for Teaching Mathematical Functions and Geometric Figures to Tactile Visualization through a Braille Printer for Visual Impairment People
Lorena León, Luiz Cesar Martini, Cristhian Moreno-Chaparro
(pages: 7-10)

A Project-Based Language Learning Model for Improving the Willingness to Communicate of EFL Students
Ibrahim Farouck
(pages: 11-18)

Educating Future Coders with a Holistic ICT Curriculum and New Learning Solutions
Pia Niemelä, Cristiano Di Flora, Martti Helevirta, Ville Isomöttönen
(pages: 19-23)

Challenges with Ethical Behavior and Accountability in Leadership
Laura Thompson
(pages: 24-29)

Biotreatment of Slaughterhouse Wastewater Accompanied with Sustainable Electricity Generation in Microbial Fuel Cell
Zainab Z. Ismail, Ali J. Mohammed
(pages: 30-35)

Towards to a Predictive Model of Academic Performance Using Data Mining in the UTN - FRRe
David L. La Red Martínez, Marcelo Karanik, Mirtha Giovannini, Reinaldo Scappini
(pages: 36-41)

SIGMATA: Storage Integrity Guaranteeing Mechanism against Tampering Attempts for Video Event Data Recorders
Hyuckmin Kwon, Seulbae Kim, Heejo Lee
(pages: 42-47)

Hypertextuality in the Alexander von Humboldt Digital Library
Detlev Doherr, Andreas Jankowski
(pages: 48-53)

The Time Diagram Control Approach for the Dynamic Representation of Time-Oriented Data
Rolf Dornberger, Darjan Hil, Johann Wittwer, Pascal Bürgy
(pages: 54-60)

Q-Learning Multi-Objective Sequential Optimal Sensor Parameter Weights
Raquel Cohen, Mark Rahmes, Kevin Fox, George Lemieux
(pages: 61-66)

Multi-User Virtual Reality Therapy for Post-Stroke Hand Rehabilitation at Home
Daria Tsoupikova, Kristen Triandafilou, Greg Rupp, Fabian Preuss, Derek Kamper
(pages: 67-71)

Adding agility to Enterprise Process and Data Engineering
Sergey Zykov, Pavel Shapkin, Nikolay Kazantsev, Vladimir Roslovtsev
(pages: 72-77)

Automatic Parallelization Tool: Classification of Program Code for Parallel Computing
Mustafa Basthikodi, Waseem Ahmed
(pages: 78-82)

Securing Information Systems in an Uncertain World Enterprise Level Security (Invited Article)
William R. Simpson
(pages: 83-90)


 

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A Study of Successful ERP – From the Organization Fit Perspective

Huei-Huang Chen, Shih-Chih Chen, Li-Hung Tsai


Many enterprises implemented Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems as a bedrock strategy with a view to integrating all data and bringing an organization into a joint system. However, most enterprises in an attempt to carry out ERP often end up in failure and it seems the probability of the mishaps is considerably high. This paper applies the Organization Fit Theory to examine an organization characters and features beforehand can present a clearer picture for the ERP designers. This paper is to sort out key variables in Organization Fit corresponding to successful ERP cases. Questionnaires are sent through conventional postal means and electronic networks. Its samplings include top 500 enterprises in Taiwan with data regarding successful working experience of ERP as well as impacts on the ERP process as a result of the related variables. The research result shows that organizational fit of ERP has a positive influence on implementation success. The research result also shows that none of ERP adaptation, process adaptation, and organizational resistance has any moderating effect on organizational fit of ERP and ERP implementation success.

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