Selected Enterprise Resource Planning Modules and Organizational Performance of Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC), Rwanda

  • Thomas NTAKIRUTIMANA Mount Kenya University


Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system has been one of the best-admired business controlling systems, providing profits of simultaneous competencies and smoothnterchanging for business in big companies. The implementation of the system has however not been assessed by many companies, in respect to organizational running. This research had three objectives namely: to determine the effects of Human Management Systems of ERP module on organizational performance in WASAC, Rwanda; to identify the effects of purchase and procurement on organizational performance in WASAC, Rwanda; to show the correlation between ERP module and organizational performance in WASAC, Rwanda. The research design was cross-sectional with a target population of 459 staff, and a sample size of 82 respondents. Information was gathered using a self-administered survey from human resource department, procurement division, and other staff. The data analysis was conducted by using SPSS version 21, where frequencies and percentage was shown. The findings were presented using tables, frequencies. Results showed that 52.8% and 47.2% of respondents strongly agreed and agreed respectively, signifying that Oracle HRMSfacilitates you to record the types of education recognized by WASAC could rank vocational training qualification as level 3.The summation of the strong agreed and agreed is 100%, this is implies that the rank vocational training level of staff can verified through HRM system. The study findings revealed that r = 0.634, which means that there is a very strong positive correlation between the independent variables (recruitment preparation, talent management, compensation & benefits management), andthe dependent variable (operations and maintenance, sanitation and cost efficiency) .Impacts of the selected ERP on organizational performance are summarized in this research where findings can assist other managers in implementing ERP system successfully.

Keywords: Selected, Enterprise, Resource, Planning, Modules, Organizational, Performance, WASAC

Author Biography

Thomas NTAKIRUTIMANA, Mount Kenya University

Master’s Graduate


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How to Cite
NTAKIRUTIMANA, T. (2021). Selected Enterprise Resource Planning Modules and Organizational Performance of Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC), Rwanda. Journal of Human Resource & Leadership, 5(2), 22-38. Retrieved from