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Get More From Your ERP Investment

Most companies want to know what they will get out of an ERP system. What is the ROI on the ERP investment. This article deals with some of these issues… Get More From Your ERP Investment Robert D. Kugel Ventana Research recently completed a research study titled ‘ERP Innovation’. When we speak of innovation in […]

How ERP Systems Must Meet the Challenges of Automotive Suppliers

Browsing around the web we often come across gems of information. Here is an article that although a little dated shows how ERP must answer key functions in the automotive industry: “Being competitive in the automotive industry requires adopting new management methodologies, such as just-in-time, electronic data communications, and work order-less scheduling and billing. Packaged […]

ERP Selections – Making Friends or Making Enemies

by Chris Shaul When searching for a new ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, there is the right way and the wrong way. If you were to follow all the presumably right things to do, you can still make some awful mistakes. One of the most dreadful things that you can do is to choose the […]

CRN | Microsoft Office, SAP, Software | Microsoft Plans More Snap Links From Office To ERP

Microsoft Plans More Snap Links From Office To ERP By Barbara Darrow, CRN 12:30 PM EDT Thu. May. 04, 2006 Microsoft is touting its Duet links from Microsoft Office to SAP ERP, but Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) doesn’t want its own Office-to-ERP links to get lost in the hubbub. Microsoft has eight new Snap modules […]

Open Source ERP – the list

We have discussed open source ERP here a few times. Finally, someone has put together a list (although we do not know if it is an exhaustive list) of the main open source ERP Packages. You can see for yourself here: Line56.com3A20Free20ERP

ERP Forums

We are pleased to announce our new ERP forums! We will be adding forums as we go, but for now, there are forums dedicated to ERP, PLM, and CRM. Please feel free to post your questions, answers, topics of concern, or other related topics. Please keep the discussions professional! We hope that these will become […]

Blackberry goes ERP

Now that everyone is breathing a sigh of relief after RIM’s legal settlement: Blackberry goes ERP by Cliff Saran Tuesday 7 March 2006 Research in Motion has given its Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) support for web services to enable wireless access to enterprise systems such as SAP. The company’s aim with the 4.1 release of […]

Adding Value to ERP

During the 1990s, the vast majority of Global 2000 companies deployed client/server systems for enterprise resource planning (ERP) to replace their mainframe-based accounting packages. Some did it as part of the business process re-engineering (BPR) boom, others as Y2K upgrades at the end of the decade and others simply to replace aging financial systems. A […]

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