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Management of requirements in ERP development: a comparison between proprietary and open source ERP

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Management of requirements in ERP development: a comparison between proprietary and open source ERP
Identification and specification of business requirements are extremely important when development of Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERPs) take place. It can be stated that this is still a problematic area not well researched and, as a result from that, it does not exist much guidance on how to deal with requirements. In this paper we discuss if existing problems of requirements management are the same or if they differ according to the type of development: closed source (proprietary) or open source ERP. The reason is that it is possible that these two approaches can promote each other in how to improve the first phase in ERP development. From the discussion about similarities and differences between the two approaches it is suggested further research in this area that could end up in some more practical guidelines on how to do the requirements definition so that the finally developed ERPs better support adopters’ needs. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.1 [Software Engi...
Björn Johansson, Rogério Atem de Carva
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where SAC
Authors Björn Johansson, Rogério Atem de Carvalho
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