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|Title: ||Limited Impact of ERP on the Indian Subsidiary Case of Osram India Limited|
|Authors: ||Lal, Stuti|
|Issue Date: ||19-May-2007 |
|Publisher: ||Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode|
|Abstract: ||A one-phrase explanation for the impact of ERP would be Simplifying Complex Process. ERP has a significant impact right from the time it is conceived in the organization. It paves way for restructuring which would not have otherwise happened in organizations sticking to traditional
and conventional values. ERP is an eye-opener for such organizations because they get to realize the fine distinction involved in modifying the business process. Organizations now disclose vital
information in the public domain, which was otherwise, considered confidential and not meant for dissemination.
The OSRAM India Limited is a young and vibrant company and started its operations in India in early 1994. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of OSRAM GmbH, Germany, which in turn is a group company of Siemens AG, Germany. Within one year of OSRAM entering India, the local manufacture of Compact Fluorescent Lamps was commenced. The acquisition of ECE Lamp Division followed in October 1998. The company has ...|
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