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This paper uses empirical research to provide key insights into ERP implementation in a developing country – the United Arab Emirates (UAE). UAE organisations are questioned through a cross-sectional survey about ERP applications in use, perceived barriers, critical success factors and benefits...
This article reviews the intensity and quality of information communication technologies (ICT) adoption by small-to-medium-sized (SME) food enterprises in Australia. The study investigated the reasons why SMEs have adopted or not adopted ICT and the reasons for prioritising the ICT capabilities...
The use of radio frequency identification (RFID) in supply chains has received a lot of attention from academia and practitioners in the recent past. Due to important gains in efficiency and visibility in the supply chain, a widespread adaptation is expected to make RFID tags ubiquitous in the...
The purposes of this study are to obtain information about the current status of purchasing development in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), to examine the relationship between the level of purchasing development and the purchasing performance, and to determine which purchasing...
In the current dynamic market conditions with ever-rising competition and increasing pressures, it has been suggested that supplier selection is an issue of paramount importance to any company because improper selection of suppliers might lead to numerous problems that affect the company's...
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