Impact of Supply Chain Management on the Relationship between Enterprise Resource Planning System and Organizational Performance

Hashem Salarzadeh Jenatabadi, Hui Huang, Noor Azina Ismail, Nurulhuda Binti Mohd Satar, Che Wan Jasimah bt Wan Mohamed Radzi

Abstract


Two of the essential IT investment options that managers resort are supply chain management and enterprise
resource planning. These options are known in the relevant literature as factors contributing to the enhancement
of organizational performance. The objective of this study is to investigate the enterprise resource planning
adoption and its influence on organizational performance through supply chain management. This article
suggests a new model which applies enterprise resource planning with supply chain management to optimal
organizational performance. Structural equation model was utilized to test the model fitting level and the four
proposed hypotheses. The required data for this research was collected from 174 companies in Malaysia through
prepared surveys. The results support, through empirical evidences, the existence of positive effects of
enterprise resource planning on the supply chain which ultimately results in improved overall performance of
the studied organizations.

 


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