This study aims to investigate whether leadership style affects enterprise resource planning (ERP) users’ continuance intention. Continuance intention in ERP at the individual user level is a key attitude for survival in many businesses. The long-term feasibility of an ERP implementation in an organization depends on its continued use rather than its initial use. This paper describes research in progress that proposes an evaluation of the effects of transformational and transactional leadership styles via psychological mechanisms of organizational commitment on continuance intention in ERP in an organization. In this study, continuance intention of ERP is mainly recognized by user satisfaction.