Transforming enterprise with the right planning

Although enterprise resource planning has IT roots, its implementation should be envisaged as a business transformation project. Aspera says ERP is about doing business better, writes Jason Walsh

30th April, 2017
Paul Egan, sales manager, Ireland at Aspera Solutions

Founded in 1987 and initially working in production control systems, Aspera Solutions first moved into enterprise resource planning (ERP) in the 1990s. Today, the company offers two ERP solutions, one mainly serving process manufacturing and the other servicing manufacturers in a range of sectors.

Since 1995, Aspera Solutions has been selling various iterations of Aptean Ross ERP, and in 2001 began to offer Epicor in Ireland and Britain.

“Aptean Ross ERP tends to play in the process manufacturing...

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