A literature review on ERP implementation: Methodologies, module, software, and policy

Muhammad Faisal Ibrahim*, Yogantara Setya Dharmawan, Ngatini, M. Ilham Mustofa, Dana Marsetiya Utama

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This study examines the literature on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation methodologies, modules, software, and policies in recent years. ERP system investment has become the goal of many companies to improve company performance. An ERP system can be likened to the backbone of an information system in a company. The ERP system is integrated and can provide real-time information to aid decision-making. Various methodologies can be used in its implementation. Numerous ERP software options are also available, both paid and open source. Nineteen papers were collected from previous research on ERP system implementation and linked to discussion points. The study's findings indicate a uniqueness in ERP system implementation, which may differ from one implementation to the next. Furthermore, several open-source ERP systems are being considered, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Open-source ERP systems are appropriate for small to medium-sized businesses. The use of modules is one of the factors to consider when choosing and implementing an ERP system.

Original languageEnglish
Article number050001
JournalAIP Conference Proceedings
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 26 Mar 2024
Externally publishedYes
Event2nd International Conference on Technology, Informatics, and Engineering, ICon-TINE 2022 - Hybrid, Malang, Indonesia
Duration: 23 Aug 202224 Aug 2022


  • ERP
  • ERP Implementation
  • ERP Open-source


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