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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 4979-4989

A study on ERP systems and their effects on Organization in selected construction chemical companies in Chennai



The world has become more digitized. At present, co-ordination of operation and information in order to elevate the efficiency is one of the processes of organizations. Organizations are looking for an information system that can handle huge workloads. This is where enterprise Resource planning systems come into play. An Enterprise Resource Planning integrates various subsystems into one huge system that shares one database. It enhances productivity and brings more benefit to companies. The aim of this research is to study whether Enterprise Resource Planning systems cause increasing performance effectiveness and changing administration practices in organization. Enterprise Resource Planning systems have increased efficiency and changed management accounting practices in companies. This paper analyses the Enterprise Resource Planning systems and their effects on Organization. In this paper both essential and optional information were gathered. Structured questionnaires were used to collect primary data from the Organizations’ employees through questionnaires. The secondary data was gathered from website and reports. For statistical analyses, used SPSS and Statistical tools like (i.e.) percentage analysis, ANOVA, Correlation, Chi-square, Multiple regression- test and ‘t’ test. The findings based on Research hypothesis, demographic profile and various dimensions of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and their effects on Organization. Suggestions and Conclusion will be founded on these findings.

Key words: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), SPSS, ANOVA

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