This volume presents the revised and peer reviewed contributions of the qERP Future 2012q conference held in Salzburg/Austria on November 11th - 12th, 2012a. The conference is a platform for research in ERP systems and closely related topics like business processes, business intelligence, and enterprise information systems in general. To master the challenges of ERP comprehensively, the ERP Future 2012 Research conference accepted contributions both with a business focus as well as with an IT focus to consider enterprise resource planning from various viewpoints. This combination of business and IT aspects is a unique characteristic of the conference and of this volume that resulted in valuable contributions with high practical impact.3 in Fig. 4. The Mainstream ERP Infrastructure. Diagram (i) in Fig. 2 illustrates the mainstream ERP infrastructure as established by the SAP R/3 architecture. The architecture is a client/server or master/slave architecture. A stub is installed atanbsp;...
|Title||:||Innovation and Future of Enterprise Information Systems|
|Author||:||Felix Piazolo, Michael Felderer|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-05-15|