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Jorge Carrola Rodrigues
Jorge Carrola Rodrigues
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Software as a Service Value and Firm Performance-a literature review synthesis in Small and Medium Enterprises
J Rodrigues, P Ruivo, T Oliveira
Procedia Technology, 206-211, 2014
322014
Mediation role of business value and strategy in firm performance of organizations using software-as-a-service enterprise applications
J Rodrigues, P Ruivo, T Oliveira
Information & Management 58 (1), 103289, 2021
302021
The ERP Surge of Hybrid Models - An Exploratory Research into Five and Ten Years Forecast
P Ruivo, J Rodrigues, T Oliveira
Procedia Computer Science 64, 594-600, 2015
212015
Using TOE and RBV Theories to Define a Theoretical Model to Assess ERP Value Across Iberian MANUFACTURING and Services SMEs
P Ruivo, J Rodrigues, B Johansson, T Oliveira, J Rebelo
Procedia Computer Science 100, Pages 474–479, 2016
142016
Factors for Adopting ERP as SaaS amongst SMEs: The Customers vs. Vendor Point of View
J Rodrigues, P Ruivo, B Johansson, T Oliveira
Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 1-16, 2016
122016
Differences in ERP value between iberian manufacturing and services SMEs
P Ruivo, J Robrigues, B Johansson, T Oliveira, J Rebelo
Procedia computer science 121, 707-715, 2017
52017
Defining a framework for the development of ICT services “nearshoring” in Portugal
P Ruivo, J Rodrigues, Miguel Neto, T Oliveira, B Johansson
Procedia Computer Science, 140-145, 2015
52015
CRM For Dummies®
J Carrola Rodrigues
Microsoft Limited Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2012
32012
Adoption Reasons for Enterprise Systems as a Service - A Recap of Provider Perspectives
B Johansson, P Ruivo, J Rodrigues
Procedia Computer Science 64, 132-139, 2015
22015
An official publication of the Information Resources Management Association
D Eveleth, R Stone, L Baker-Eveleth, AE Widjaja, JV Chen, B Gonchig, ...
International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 14 (4), 2018
2018
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