Evaluation of the ERP Implementation at Esfahan Steel Company Based on Five Critical Success Factors: A Case Study

Mohammad Reza Moohebat, Mohammad Davarpanah Jazi, Asefeh Asemi


ERP implementation had always been a complicated process, but it seems it is difficult for business and
companies to overlook of assets of these information systems. Iran is a developing country and tries to improve
its economy and compete with other economies. Studying ERP implementation in such country which has not
had noticeable experiences in this area can be interesting for developers, vendors and other similar cases in
developing countries.
In this research we will investigate ERP implementation in first Iranian pioneer company that implemented and
used this system. Our evaluation will be base on CSFs (Critical Success Factor) which cited as index for success
of ERP implementation in others researches.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ijbm.v6n5p236

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