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It delivers much more valuable business functions, such as order management, with the flexibility of web services (SAP 2005). 2) Oracle Oracle Corporation was first founded by Larry Ellison in 1977 as a database company. Oracle technology can be found in nearly every industry around the world; its database offering is the most popular repository of ERP data. Oracle began to develop its own business applications in the late 1980s, the early version of the applications coming from co-development projects with customer companies.

S. Even most of those companies use only finance or HR modules and they have legacy systems or use commercially available software in project management areas. However, construction companies require optimizing the utilization of their internal and external resources to maximize their business goals, and need better business decision to be made in a timely manner as their business grows. For this reason, many large construction companies have recently implemented or are considering implementing fully integrated ERP systems, so this research will help them make appropriate decisions.

1989) The main difference between TRA and TAM is the absence of subjective norm in TAM. Subjective norm is defined as “the person's perception that most people who are important to him think he should or should not perform the behavior in question” (Fishbein and Ajzen 1975). Davis did not include the variable subjective norms in TAM because of its uncertain theoretical and psychometric status, and negligible effect on 35 perceived usefulness and ease of use. However, Hartwick and Barki (1994) identified a mixed finding about subjective norm: After separating their respondents into voluntary and mandatory use contexts, they found that subjective norm had a significant impact on intention in mandatory system use but not in voluntary settings (Hartwick and Barki 2001).

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