BPM Software Adoption in Enterprises based on TOE Framework and IS Success Model
Yusi He, Wukui Wang
COMPUTER MODELLING & NEW TECHNOLOGIES 2014 18(12C) 195-200
School of Economics & Management, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, 100083, China
With rapid advance of enterprise management informatization, traditional methods of business process management gradually fail to meet the demand of current enterprise development. Business Process Manager (BMP), one business process management software, has become the new favourite of enormous enterprises due to the huge profit and more efficient business process it creates. The work explored BPM software adoption in enterprises with innovative combination of TOE framework and IS success model in order to provide the real-time software demand for BPM software manufacturers. This work focused on the reasonable integration of the two models above. With analysis on all aspects that influenced adoption decision and long-term acceptance in the two models, the main influence factors of BPM software adoption in enterprises were finally determined. In this work, the correlation among all influence factors of BPM software adoption was obtained by questionnaire survey and data analysis. The completed research can provide effective and reasonable adoption suggestions for enterprises as well as BPM software manufacturers.