Journey of ERP from Manufacturing to Education Industry

DOI
10.15415/jtmge.2018.92001

AUTHORS

Prokreeti Mitra and Sasmita Mishra

ABSTRACT

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a concept used to integrate the business process into one particular software in order to reduce work load. The technology had a very modest beginning and its popularity and efficiency is increasing day by day. This conceptual paper provides a historical sketch of the evolution of ERP and its journey from manufacturing set up to service and education sector. This study also intends to explore factors which leads to ERP usage in manufacturing, service and technical education institute. Finally, finds out certain gray areas of research in education industry.

KEYWORDS

ERP, ERP usage, evolution of ERP, ERP modules, critical success factors.

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