The domain of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems is an enduring paradigm for Information Systems (IS) researchers. The Enterprise System paradigm provides a rich environment to test fundamental concepts like system adoption, system use and system success, while acknowledging changes derived through longer system lifecycles and multiple user cohorts. On the other hand, ERP systems are in the centre of new contemporary radical changes in technologies on cloud computing, mobile platforms and big data. Moreover, ERP Systems provide the context for cross disciplinary research such as change management, knowledge management, project management and business process management research. This article provides a critique of 219 papers published on ERP Systems from 2006–2012, making observations of ERP research and make recommendations for future research directions.
Eden, Rebekah; Sedera, Darshana; and Tan, Felix
"Sustaining the Momentum: Archival Analysis of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (2006–2012),"
Communications of the Association for Information Systems:
Vol. 35, Article 3.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol35/iss1/3