Wednesday February 26, 2020

ERP: It isn't just for heavy hitters

Falling costs have now made enterprise resource planning more affordable for everyone, and the benefits are numerous, writes Alex Meehan.

12th May, 2012
Alan Connor, commercial director, Exchequer Software. Photo: Maura Hickey

Where once enterprise resource planning (ERP) was the sole preserve of large companies and multinationals, lower purchase prices and technological advances in recent years have meant that it is now accessible to a much wider range of businesses.

According to Alan Connor, commercial director with Exchequer Software, there has also been a significant shift in how ERP is perceived.

"Where ERP used to be something you bought, it's now something that you do. There's no...

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