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Évaluation du risque d'implantation de progiciel

  • Jean-Grégoire Bernard
  • Suzanne Rivard
  • Benoit A. Aubert

The implementation of large software packages is becoming increasingly common in organizations nowadays. While they can generate important benefits, these projects also entail risk. Many of these projects have caused large financial losses and have failed to realize the promised benefits. This paper presents a formal analysis of the risk associated with the implementation of large software packages. L'implantation de progiciels est de plus en plus courante dans les organisations. Si les bénéfices potentiels associés à ces solutions sont importants, les risques sont à l'avenant. Plusieurs projets ont été abandonnés ou ont entraîné des conséquences graves pour les organisations ayant amorcé ces initiatives. Cet article présente une analyse formelle du risque associé à l'implantation de progiciels intégrés.

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Length: 35 pages
Date of creation: 01 Aug 2002
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Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:2002rp-15
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