Tran Tu Uyen

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In the 4.0 industrial revolution, developed countries have successfully applied enterprise resource planning (ERP) to aggregate data from various processes and store it in a centralized database for different usage purposes. However, in Vietnamese textile companies, ERP has not been widely used. Thanks to her study, the author finds that ERP can be greatly beneficial for  Vietnamese textile companies. Six factors that affect the application of ERP in Vietnamese textile companies have been found through the usage of a Regression Model. Based on the research results, some solutions are offered to enhance the successful application of ERP in Vietnamese textile companies.

Keywords: Enternprise resources planning (ERP), regression model, centralized database


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