Kenya, a developing and fast growing in technology has faced fair share of implementation of systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning. The County governments continues to grapple with the adoption of an integrated system to link functional areas such as finance, procurement, human resources, operations and administration. Kenya has experienced a conglomeration in equal measure of breakthroughs and failure of Enterprise Resource Planning systems. Despite the pertinent adoption of these systems the expected feedback in terms of profitability still grapples with diminishing hopes of market share in relation to competitive advantage. More so, the public sector has continuously reported being failing terribly as far as service delivery is concerned and the outcry of common “mwananchi” fails to surpass the selfish interest of political group due to dereliction of their responsibilities.
Kelvin Kamau Macharia, Master or Art(Public Policy and Administration), Bachelor or Arts Kenyatta University. Formerly a lecturer at KIPS Technical College Nairobi.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Enterprise Resource Planning systems implementation, Organization Culture, Devolution, county
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General