2016 | 1 | 49-64
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Implementation of an ERP system: A case study of a full-scope SAP project

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Implementation of an ERP system: a case study of a full-scope SAP Project
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  • Assoc. Prof., Ph.D. Hab., Faculty of Management, University of Gdańsk, Armii Krajowej 101, 81-824 Sopot,
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