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Modeling Architectures and Reference Models: Development and Maintenance Open Source ERP

( Vol-5,Issue-12,December 2018 ) OPEN ACCESS
Author(s):

Tulio Cremonini Entringer, Ailton da Silva Ferreira, Denise Cristina de Oliveira Nascimento, Jorge Luiz Lourenço das Flores, Ângelo Mário do Prado Pessanha, Paulo Mauricio Tavares Siqueira

Keywords:

ERP. open code. business modeling.

Abstract:

The adoption Enterprise Resource Planning (ERPs) by small and medium-sized businesses may not possible its cost. At same time, whenever adapt ERP specific needs company, user becomes dependent developers due to the lack access and knowledge respective code. Free and open source software can promote advantages companies, however, for their adoption, it is necessary to develop techniques tools facilitate implementation and maintenance code. This article highlights the importance of defining modeling architectures and reference models for development and maintenance open source ERPs, especially the ERP5 project.

ijaers doi crossref DOI:

10.22161/ijaers.5.12.7

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