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ERP on the up

After years of being seen as a background tool, enterprise resource planning systems are getting the recognition they deserve, and it’s only going to grow

2nd February, 2020
ERP systems can be taken for granted by businesses just as the smartphone is by individuals

It’s easy to forget just how revolutionary the original iPhone was when it was released in 2007. While it’s primitive by today’s standards, the introduction of a phone, internet device and music player all in one was game-changing. Further years would numerous features added to turn smartphones into the centre point of our lives.

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