Authors: Omer Terzibasi1 & Navulur Krishna Surarchith2
1Department of Business and Management, Faculty of Administrative Science and Economics, Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq
2Department of Business and Management, Faculty of Administrative Science and Economics, Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq
Abstract: The aim of writing this paper is to analyze how ERP system directly and effectively implemented into organization. The researchers discussed the way how ERP software implemented to the medium and large sized organizations. ERP software puts together and integrates various parts of organization to take high quality, efficiency and performance. High level of using data and information with computer based system is one of the keys to success for any organization. Another point of view in this research is that researchers focused the high risk of this software implementation to the medium organization. The ERP implementation process is a difficult and complex system because it directly affects the framework of organization. During this research, researchers interviewed with Chairman of Malatya Pazari Merchandise Company in Erbil and got his opinion and ideas about the requirements of
ERP system to Malatya Pazari Merchandise Company. Qualitative study was conducted by the researchers by using personal interview technique. This research may help individuals, vendors and organizations which they want to use ERP software in their organizations. ERP software implementation leads to better strategic planning. ERP system ensures certain methodology and systematic way for organization.
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