a literature review, and analyses about ERP's effect on SCM

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It is a master thesis that requires a good literature review on the area of ERP's effect on SCM, The work ahs been finished, but its not completed and passed, so it needs some work in specific [url removed, login to view] review, analyze and conclosion part. i dont need only a writer, but someone who has studied Supply chain management, and has a good knowledge in these [url removed, login to view] you have to read the whole of lecture and edit and change it part which lak something, according the feedback which this lecture got from examinor.

the literature review requirements :

- Must be original, No plagiarism allowed (the paper will be checked by [url removed, login to view])

- Must include the writer's own comments and analysis NOT only stating what has been done in the literature (that is why the knowledge about ERP,SCM is vital)

- The writer should have basic knowledge about ERP, SCM Implementation

- The writer should have good argument skills

* i will provide articles, PDF files, and thesis related to the points that are required to be covered in the literature review.

* the payment will be done after revising the work and turning it in the plagiarism detection system.

* the budget is around US$100

the points that shoud be covered are :

-Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

-ERP Implementation

-ERP critical Success Factors


we should respond these two question:

• What's the impact of enterprise resource planning on supporting supply chain management?

• What's usage of enterprise resource planning systems on organizational decisions?

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