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研究生: 何海進
研究生(外文): Ha Hai Tien
論文名稱: Factors Applying the Adoption of ERP System for Vietnamese Enterprises
論文名稱(外文): Factors Applying the Adoption of ERP System for Vietnamese Enterprises
指導教授: Ming Hsiung Hsiao
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 2011
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 47
中文關鍵詞: ERPERP implementationERP SolutionManagement Information SystemProject ControlsSuccessful and unsuccessful ERP implementation
外文關鍵詞: ERPERP implementationERP SolutionManagement Information SystemProject ControlsSuccessful and unsuccessful ERP implementation
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With the development of ERP, the management system will be stronger. However, ERP implementation has become more complex and more difficult. Failure in applying ERP system sometimes leads to bankruptcy in businesses. The research aims to understand what factors affect the adoption of an ERP system, which has enormous significance in terms of both theory and practice.
This research aims to explore the factors affecting the adoption of ERP systems in Vietnam’s enterprises. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to find out and answer the following two research questions:
What are factors affecting the adoption of ERP systems for Vietnamese enterprises and how these factors affect the adoption of ERP system for Vietnamese enterprises.


Abstract  i
Acknowledgment  ii
Table of Contents  iii
List of Tables  vi
List of Figures  vii
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1 Research Background  1
1.2 Research Question  3
1.3 Research objective  3
Chapter 2 Literature Review  5
2.1 Definition of ERP  5
2.2 Evoluation of ERP  6
2.3 The Benefits of ERP system  8
2.4 Theory Technology Acceptance model  9
2.5 Theory Diffusion of Innovation  10
2.6 Perceived Characteristics of Innovating (PCI)  13
2.7 Discussion  15
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  17
3.1 Framework Research  17
3.2 Research Hypotheses  18
3.2.1. Compatibility  18
3.3 Activities Measures  20
3.3.1 Voluntariness:  20
3.3.2 Compatibility  20
3.3.3 Ease of use  21
3.3.4 Relative advantage:  21
3.3.5 Behavioral Intention to use  22
3.4 Research Method  23
3.4.1 Descriptive Statistics  23
3.4.2 Factors Analysis  23
3.4.3 Reliability analysis  24
3.4.4. Regression Analysis  24
3.5 Measures and Data Collection  24
3.6 Pilot Test  25
3.6.1 Reliability analysis  25
3.6.2 Validity analysis  26
Chapter 4 Data Analysis and Results  29
4.1. Descriptive Statistics  29
4.2. ANOVA analysis  30
4.3 Linear regression analysis  31
4.3.1 Linear Regression Analysis for Behavioral Intention to use ERP.  31
4.3.2 Linear Regression Analysis for Ease of use ERP system  32
4.4 Factor Analysis  33
Chapter 5 Conclusion  36
5.1 Research Results  36
5.2. Research Conclusions  36
5.3. Contributions and Organization Implications  37
5.3.1. Contributions for Research  37
5.3.2 Organization Implications  38
5.4 Limited  38
5.5 Future Research Suggestions  38
References  39
Appendix A  43



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