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This Study is to discuss about literature review of Information technology enabler is a strategic asset in creating competitive advantage. The contribution of information technology investment to company performance does not appear immediately, but is independent in supporting business activities. The ability and mastery of information technology is not necessarily effective in contributing to company performance. Organizational learning plays a role in mediating the relationship between Information Technology enablers and company performance. This study aims to conduct a systematic literature review of research in the field of Information Technology Enabler and learning organization and performance with data from all international research publications. This study uses the Systematic Literature Review method and the research data using the Services Analyze Search Results from Scopus and the VOSviewer application. The data obtained in this study amounted to 113 academic documents published from 1994 to 2020 globally. The results showed that the most productive institutions and individual researchers at the global level in the publication of Enabler Information Technology and Leraning Organization and Performance with the most researchers were Huo, B. and Lobo, S.R. and Samaranayake, P. with 2 documents. Then the most publications occurred in 2020 with 20 documents, the most documents by country from the Enabler Information Technology and Leraning Organization and Performance Studies were the United Kingdom and the United State with 18 documents. The results of the systematic literature review can be concluded that there is a significant effect of information technology enablers and organizational learning on organizational performance.
Business Administration, Management, and Operations Commons, Business Analytics Commons, Business and Corporate Communications Commons, Management Information Systems Commons, Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods Commons, Performance Management Commons, Technology and Innovation Commons