Muhammad Nawawi


This study purposes to examine whether ERP implementation has an impact on business strategy and company capabilities that can improve company performance. Specifically, this study investigates the mediating effects of business strategies and organizational capabilities in relation to ERP implementation and company performance. This study uses secondary data from 53 companies that meet the requirements and examine the relationship between these variables. ERP implementation has a positive impact when the company implements a prospector business strategy. The prospector strategy business enhances the company's ability to achieve company capabilities and enables companies to achieve better financial performance. ERP implementation encourages and encourages prospector strategies. ERP not only supports cost control, but also supports decision making, develops new products and innovations that drive revenue growth, and build effective and efficient operations that increase return on assets.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.35448/jrat.v11i2.4263


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