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Extending IMPLEMENT Framework for Enterprise Information Systems Implementation to Information System Innovation

Extending IMPLEMENT Framework for Enterprise Information Systems Implementation to Information System Innovation
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Author(s): Aparna Raman (Management Development Institute, India) and D. P. Goyal (Management Development Institute, India)
Copyright: 2017
Pages: 41
Source title: Enterprise Information Systems and the Digitalization of Business Functions
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Madjid Tavana (La Salle University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2382-6.ch007

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Abstract

Enterprise Information systems implementation is one of the most challenging parts of IT strategy for an organization, since implementation brings in efficiency in the system and justifies the investments made. Therefore, it becomes increasingly important to study the perspectives of implementation to understand the current dynamics. The purpose of this paper is twofold, first is to explore the type of literature that exists in information system implementation and secondly to determine the research methodologies incorporated therein for the information system field's implementation in specific. The basic content analysis is done to review the articles on information system implementation. A total of 47 articles were selected from peer reviewed journals and conferences. The study was conducted to assess the methodology used, the strategies followed along with the issues and challenges faced in the implementation. It presents an arena of the studies done in information system implementation in past 20 years (typically 1993 to 2013). The IMPLEMENT framework has been proposed to synthesize the literature finding for smooth functioning of IS implementation process. The factors influencing the adoption of information system innovation are described. The comprehensive framework for information innovation process is developed. This framework is then mapped to IMPLEMENT framework. This study would encourage the practitioners in the information systems domain to improve upon their organizational capability and incorporate other best practices.

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