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A Systematic Literature Review of ERP Innovation Systems in Developing Countries
Maharani Nurul Izza, Davita Nabila Raisa, Noerlina Noerlina

Last modified: 2021-06-11


The paper provides an analysis of the innovations of ERP systems in developing countries from the available studies. Related studies were chosen using Systematic Literature Review (SLR) method. After that, the selected studies were identified and analyzed. Based on the 16 selected studies, the innovation of ERP systems in developing countries involves social-technical engineering that focuses on improving its enterprise infrastructure. Enterprise innovations in developing countries are mainly triggered by competitive pressure, improving IT infrastructure, and fulfilling market demand and organizational environment. By combining several papers from developing countries, this work helps future research to gain insight into innovation of ERP systems in developing countries in a hope that future researchers are inspired to conduct research in a wider scope.


Enterprise Resource Planning; Enterprise System; Innovation; Developing Countries; Systematic Literature Review