ERP:Tiers without tears
Companies no longer make ERP choices simply on scale, but have to ask other practical questions, writes Ciaran Buckley.
Companies no longer make ERP choices simply on scale, but have to ask other practical questions, writes Ciaran Buckley. The distinction between tier one and t ier two ERP solutions has been eroded, which means that companies can no longer make choices based simply on scale. Instead, companies seeking to automate their back office operations should ask basic questions about functionality, simplicity and cost.
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