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Enterprise System Assimilation: phases, activities, and outcomes

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This paper examines the assimilation process of a big Enterprise System, basing on two case studies of SAP implementation in Polish organizations. The phases of the assimilation process are determined, followed by activities, performed in each of the phase as well as resulting outcomes.
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  • Prof. UG, Ph.D., hab., Department of Accounting, Faculty of Management, University of Gdańsk, Poland, plech@wzr.pl
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