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Alex Meehan examines the ongoing impact developments in technology have on ERP and mid-range financial software
Using high-end software to help organise and run a company is new. In particular, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and mid-range financial software packages have been around for decades in one form or another.
The arrival of software-as-a-service and the pay-as-you-go model of computing has changed things fundamentally for many companies, putting high-end tools in the hands of businesses that previously couldn’t justify the outlay.
At the same time, the increasing ease of access...
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