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ERP requirements engineering practice: lessons learned

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1 Author(s)
Daneva, M. ; Telus Mobility, Toronto, Ont., Canada

Standard off-the-shelf requirements engineering processes have become a key to conceptualizing any integrated, corporate-wide solution based on packaged enterprise resource planning software. A generic RE model offers defined processes, suggests process stakeholders, specifies steps to accomplish tasks, indicates task dependencies, and provides standard tool support for ERP RE. Essentially, any off-the-shelf RE process is about composition and reconciliation: you start with a general set of business process and data requirements, then explore standard ERP functionality to see how closely it matches your organization's process and data needs.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 2 )