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Enterprise resource planning (ERP), a technological approach for enterprise information systems, has many recorded case examples of lengthy and expensive implementations…
Most manufacturing processes tend to involve more than one level of detail at the design phase. These often consist of a higher level that represents the building‐blocks…
There appears to be an ever‐insatiable demand from markets for organisations to improve their products and services. To meet this, there is a need to provide business…
Assessing the learning experience in a business process re‐engineering (BPR) course at the University of BahrainMinwir Al‐Shammari
The main purpose of the study was to assess students' perceptions of cognitive, affective, and interactive benefits in a business process re‐engineering (BPR) course using…
This article offers an approach to building a high‐level business process view of the enterprise, based on cognitive mapping techniques and the principles of modularity.
To determine what criteria are used in enterprise resource planning (ERP) selection process and what criteria are the most important for firms.
This paper focuses on the process mapping of two medical clinics and the events presently under‐way to design, implement, and maintain an integrated information system…
Renamed from:Business Process Re-engineering & Management Journal
Online date, start – end:1997
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Professor Majed Al-Mashari