ERP implementations and their impact upon management accountants

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Sangster, Alan; Leech, Stewart A.; Grabski, Severin;

This paper considers the impact of ERP implementations upon the role of management accountants, upon management accounting in general, and upon business processes. It does so in the context of the perceived success of the ERP implementation. A postal questionnaire was c... View more
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