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Impact Of ERP Implementation In Higher Education In India – A Review

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Abstract: ERP stands for enterprise resource planning. It is an integrated system through which an organization can manage the functioning of its various divisions whether logistics, production, finance, administration, finance and human resource. ERP has been widely used in various industry and businesses as it provides one application and single database to organize the entire enterprise. ERP system has been widely accepted and has shown positive response from the industry and business sectors. As a result, it has found its ingrowth in the ever-growing education sector ranging from schools to higher educational institutes like universities. The ERP system is being quickly adapted by the educational sector to stream line its functioning. But the ERP model for educational sector is completely different from that of business sector. The available ERP models include the sub-categories which are influenced by the needs of the industry sector. Majority of the educational institutes are re-engineering the business model of ERP for their educational system, which is not completely in-accordance to their requirements, hence rendering it unsuccessful. In the present work the authors have reviewed the literature in relation with the post-implementation consequences of ERP system in educational sectors worldwide. It has been observed that majority of organisations has re-engineered the already available ERP system to fulfil their purpose, which has rendered their manual to online transition an unsuccessful attempt. Also, the lack in training at the end-user interface of the software implementation is a major factor influencing the filed transition.

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