Implementation of Integrated Information Systems for Small Medium Enterprise
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The swift growth of Internet Technology in Indonesia brings variety of new opportunities for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) particularly in business process innovation. Observing the cost of acquisitioning Integrated information systems has become more affordable now compared to ten years ago, more and more SMEs are implementing it. Various studies in the field of small medium enterprise in adopting information technology have been done, but not much found a study that combines the real implementation and the study of how SMEs adopting it, in particular the level of adoption with the aim of creation and development of SMEs. Considering SMEs as the important factors to success in the reduction of unemployment and economic growth in Indonesia, systematic studies which combine real implementation and its adoption need to be done, particularly to anticipate the ASEAN free trade area competition. The approach of this article will utilize a common information systems implementation life cycle which considersm frequentsuccess factors of an SME in the process of adoption of integrated information systems using Openbravo ERP. This article exploited a mix method of literature study and real implementation. The results opened further opportunity to investigate causal relationship among the variables of integrated information system adoption including the moderating effect of agile technique implementation.