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Next generation ERP making inroads with SMEs

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) lies at the heart of how many companies do business, but deeper integration and mobile functionality are increasingly changing the way it works. Alex Meehan reports

7th October, 2018
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Alan Connor, commercial director, Exchequer Business Management Solutions Picture: Maura Hickey

The thing about enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in 2018 is that they are no longer self contained. Instead of existing purely in the management offices of a company, increasingly their tendrils extend right out to the edge of the organisation.

Once the sole province of large manufacturing companies that needed to coordinate lots of different activities, keeping precise records as they worked, today’s ERP systems are to be found in all sorts of companies. But...

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