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URN etd-1202100-102930
Author Ping-Ting Chiu
Author's Email Address m8741686@student.nsysu.edu.tw
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Department Business Management
Year 2000
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Case Study on Information Technology Enabled Business Process Reengineering in Semiconductor Inductory
Date of Defense 2000-11-21
Page Count 93
Keyword
  • Information Technology Strategy
  • Information Technology
  • Business Process Reengineering
  • Business Objectives
  • Abstract Since 1990s, rapidly changing business environments such as information technology advancements, international economic integration, and global market competitions have brought companies many challenges and crises. Under such circumstances, most companies make efforts to retain their competency and keep abreast of market status through so-called business process reengineering (BRP). Nowadays, the advent of Internet and emerging information technology as enterprise resources planning, supply chain management, and customer relationship management have once again shaped a whole new competitive environment that companies have never faced before. How business performs BRP to regain their competitive advantages in such situations becomes the main issue of this research study.
    Our research method is based on case study. The case is selected from semiconductor industry, which plays an important role in Taiwan’s total production values. This focal company is leading in the industry and thus provides a benchmarking BPR practice. From case analysis, it is found that there exist two distinctive BPR waves in their BPR practice. BPR adoptions of the first wave and the second wave are further investigated with explanatory models being suggested. In addition, it is interesting to note that information technology strategy is also changing from reactively enhancing business effectiveness in the past to proactively achieving business competitiveness at present. It reflects the crucial impact of emerging information technology on current business operations.
    The contributions of this research are two-fold. First, we provide systematic analysis on BPR-related literature, which benefits following researchers on BPR studies. Second, we propose the company’s BPR progression of the two waves by examining relevant BPR models in literature. This result can provide suggestions and directions to other semiconductor companies in preparing their BPR practice.
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    Date of Submission 2000-12-02

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