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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    5 Reasons Why ERP & CRM Are Even More Important During A Recession

    In a recession, you need to work smarter, not just harder. With ERP & CRM, your business can become more strategic - and more profitable - by applying its resources more efficiently to serving and developing customers. Use ERP & CRM to stretch your dollar during an economic slump. This...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Key To Enterprise Software (ERP) And Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software Success

    If you track through the history of ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solutions and CRM, Customer Relationship Management, solutions you will find that the early stage implementation disasters and horror stories have in evolved to a general atmosphere of success stories and seen as value added IT investments for organizations. However,...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Smaller Companies Can Compete With The Big Boys With The Right ERP Software

    Smaller companies need to be smarter, more creative and run the business with fewer resources. Many companies are looking for ERP, enterprise resource planning software and tools to help streamline their organization. The fact is that the small and middle sized companies are the foundation of the US economy and...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP Selection: Part 2 - Define The Opportunities

    The purpose of this ERP Selection activity is to determine the opportunities for improvement. These opportunities may be in the form of problems or issues that are readily apparent and need to be resolved. There is no point in talking about an enterprise software solution until the opportunities are first...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    What Is The Best ERP Software For Your Business?

    Enterprise Resource Planning Applications and ERP software solutions have been around for over 3 decades. The earlier versions were mostly geared towards large Fortune 100 manufacturing companies but in the last decade, ERP applications and vendors (even the "Big" ERP vendors such as SAP, Oracle and now Microsoft Dynamics) are...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Mitigating The Recession With ERP Integration Tools

    Businesses are scrambling to make sales, cut costs and maximize their resources while they weather the storm. Ironically, now is the time for companies to make an investment in ERP, enterprise resource planning, implementations and enterprise systems to enhance business processes and performance. Not to sound like a broken record,...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    The Benefits Of Open Source ERP And CRM Solutions

    It is already common knowledge that ERP software and other enterprise resource planning applications such as CRM software can deliver critical benefits to an organization. The demand for CRM solutions to stay competitive in the market by driving sales performance and customer satisfaction is at an all time high. With...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Saas Based CRM ERP Software Solutions Are Gaining In Popularity

    Many of the companies are looking to technology and ERP, enterprise resource planning, solutions, particularly CRM, customer relationship management solutions, to stay competitive. On premise ERP and CRM solutions have been around for decades to help with the sales efficiencies, but surprisingly for many companies these solutions have not added...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Continuous Business Process Change And ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, Part 1: Strategy

    The purpose of this whitepaper is to determine what the various business process improvements strategies are. The assessment will not comment on the content of the strategies, but rather use them as the basis for the identification of the business process improvement opportunities and the prioritization of the subsequent assessment...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    10 Tips For A Successful ERP Implementation

    It's a sad fact that, for many companies, the implementation process ends up being far more difficult than envisioned. The best path to a smooth transition... preparation, preparation, preparation! This paper provides 10 tips for a Successful ERP Implementation. One of the most frequent mistakes companies make is to schedule...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Saas Based ERP Makes Business Analytics Easy For The Whole Company

    It's well understood that information is a valuable competitive and financial advantage with every company. To improve company performance, profitability, resource optimization and make every day decision making easier, companies are relying on information and reports generated by their ERP system (Enterprise Resource Planning) to provide the intelligence in a...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, And Significant ERP Software Maintenance Costs

    Companies whether they be Fortune 100 or smaller companies who deploy on premise ERP solutions such as Oracle, SAP or smaller sized ERP software vendors are discovering the difficulty and costs involved with maintaining and updated their ERP systems even after a substantial upfront capital investment is made at the...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Tips For ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning And Enterprise Systems Software Implementation

    The process of implementing a full ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, suite of modules is a arduous task. As with any large scale software implementation, a long list of things can go wrong. Getting a successful ERP implementation accomplished depends on the ERP application that is chosen and on the strength...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Are Software As A Service Based ERP Solutions And SaaS Software More Secure?

    Software as a Service, or SaaS ERP applications are helping with the security issues related to the Cloud because of its delivery vehicle and the method in which it delivery the software application to the end user. The issue of security and technology is changing rapidly and the evolution of...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning And Human Capital Management - How Can You Keep Good People?

    Acquiring and managing talent has escalated to top priorities with senior executives both domestically in the US and internationally. To help companies through their HCM, Human Capital Management issues, valuable ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solutions and HR enterprise applications are being implemented by both large and small companies to mitigate...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, And Business Intelligence: How Do You Find The Best ERP Solutions

    With respect to information technology, business intelligence has been around since the start. Historically the Fortune 500 companies were the key users of IT business intelligence in a significant way and there were only a handful of ERP vendors to choose from like SAP, Oracle, and IBM. However, with the...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    SaaS Or Software As A Service ERP Applications Are A Viable Alternative To Oracle And SAP

    In the not so distant past, companies had limited options when it came to ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solutions. You had only a handful of vendors and products to choose from, namely SAP, Oracle and IBM and they really only catered to Fortune 100 companies with limited verticles, so if...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Selecting The Right ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, Software For Smaller Companies

    It's quite a daunting task to select the right ERP, enterprise resource planning, software for your organization. A decade or so ago, there were only a few applications to choose from. With a smaller selection, this made the plan of attach a little more straightforward. The biggest drawback, however, was...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Using ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, To Streamline Business Processes

    In every industry, especially in today's tough market, manufacturing companies are working hard to streamline their operations and get lean. Successful initiatives to streamline operations are of paramount importance to companies and the key tool to make this happen for many companies lie in the tools and benefits offered by...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Are Open Source ERP Solutions Right For Me?

    Most IT managers are asking themselves the same question these days - how can I cut on IT costs? Pressure from top management makes software procurement a sensitive process. When it comes to ERP solutions, there are two things you can do to cut costs: go for a SaaS model,...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Software As A Service, SaaS, ERP And CRM - Making Things Easier

    Given the tough competitive landscape in the business world today, companies are looking for the tools to help them be faster, more flexible, more effective, and more innovative than the rest of the pack. For many companies with shrinking budgets, the solution to this wish list lies in the deployment...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Midsized Companies Driving ERP Innovation - ERP Systems Development - Not Just SaaS Applications

    The "Old" ERP solutions were difficult to connect with other outside applications that did a terrific job for companies in their respective areas and were subsequently aborted at great expense and disappointment to users or painfully forced to integrate with the new ERP infrastructure. In general, for smaller companies, the...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Using CRM And ERP Systems To Enhance Your Predicting Capabilities To Increase Customer Experience

    The ideal situation for a retailer with hundreds of storefront locations would be to have the ability to predict how many customers would visit each store on each day. With this one piece of information as a manager you would be able to staff your resources appropriately to give the...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), And Enterprise Systems Streamline Global Manufacturing Operation

    Managers are continually on their toes when navigating the waters of global manufacturing operations as they are faced with the daily challenges of working and synching with internal, domestic and international entities around the globe. Given the economic factors in today business climate, the key focus of manager is to...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Enterprise Systems, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) And SaaS, Cloud Computing

    Although IT budgets seem to be loosening up, they are still leaner than any point in the last two decades. However, regardless of the budget lock downs, user demands are increasing, ironically partially due to the tough economic pressures that have companies and IT managers scrambling for solutions to cut...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Manufacturing Companies See Significant Benefits With ERP Enterprise Resource Planning Software

    With a structured implementation of their ERP, enterprise resource planning software solutions, manufacturing companies are seeing big results within a six month timeframe. ERP system integration with companies have a big impact on businesses as they touch every department and technology application in the organization which can be very disruptive...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    ERP Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions And Globalization

    The two main goals for globalization are both the initiative to tap into new markets for increases sales as well as the desire to streamline and decrease manufacturing costs. While the goal to tap into new markets is the primary goal for most companies (almost 80 % of companies surveyed),...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    What Is ERP?

    In today's world we assume that everyone knows the meaning of ERP. The initials ERP stand for "Enterprise Resource Planning". Originally it was derived from MRP, Materials Requirement Planning, which later became Manufacturing Resource Planning, or better known as MRP II, coined in the early 80's by the author and...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Midmarket ERP Software Solutions, What To Look For In Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

    ERP, or Enterprise Resource Planning solutions originally started out forty years ago when manufacturing companies needed systems to manage inventory and control systems. Now ERP software is comprised of multiple integrated modules with a common central database to integrate departments and dispersed sites to get a full companywide snapshot of...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    What To Expect From Best Of Breed Enterprise Resource Planning

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning solutions have been around for almost four decades and they have improved quite a bit from the first software solutions on the market. Probably one of the most critical feature of an ERP solution is that it is easy to integrate with itself as well as...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    7 Reasons Why SAP Is A Market Leader In Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP Systems

    SAP has been a market leader, if not the market leader in the enterprise resource planning, ERP systems arena for the last three decades. Although the competition is fierce with a lot of new entrants in the market place from large and small vendors over this time, SAP is still...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP Software & Customer Data Integration-Does Real Time Win?

    On the topic of company information systems, and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems, there is nothing more frustrating or worthless than data that is old and non-current. To mitigate this problem, organizations are moving to real-time data integration versus the traditional batch driven methodologies to rid the company databases of...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The ERP Systems Blueprint? Where It All Begins

    The "Blueprint" refers to all the activities, which are necessary for the reproduction and description of the customer's business operations in an ERP System. These activities commence before the ERP project itself. This activity is to complete the Blueprint, which is one of the main deliverable. The Blueprint serves as...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Software And Business Analytics, How They Impact Your Company

    On the implementation front, getting the right implementation resource, whether it be a resource provided by the vendor, or a third party consultant, who knows the available ERP offering and who knows your specific industry to help you benchmark standards of excellence is critical for the positive impact business analytics...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Software, How To Buy The Right Enterprise Systems Accounting Software For Smaller Companies

    For virtually every company, an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution will pay big dividends to the organization with respect to productivity, increased revenues, and profitability. ERP solutions connect and optimize the relationship between varying systems such as accounting and finance, operations management, CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and logistics that allow...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Software In The Mid Market - What Is Expected From Enterprise Systems In Today Businesses

    With escalating material costs and the global recession, cutting costs is a priority for mid-sized companies when sourcing ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions and ERP software. However, companies cannot sacrifice customer service or satisfaction to cut costs. It's easy to be influenced by the pressures from the challenged economy, management...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Demand For ERP Software Is Heating Up With The Emergence Of SaaS, Software As A Service

    Historically, after the intense demand and fervor to implement ERP software solutions in the late 1990's to ward off the Y2K scare that was looming at the turn of the century, demand for the large enterprise resource planning, ERP solutions seemed to take a nose dive a few years later....

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Is Not Dead

    The new e-business revolution and desire to be using the Internet for e-commerce has shifted the majority of IT budgets and spending away from ERP systems. ERP systems are designed to be the supporting foundation of these basic business processes. If your foundation is strong it will support any structure....

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Incorporating The Shop Floor With Your ERP Enterprise Resource Planning System

    With the Y2K panic in the late 90's, many companies and manufacturers scrambled to find enterprise solutions to stop what could be a potentially devastating disruption to their business. Many of these systems were on premise large scale ERP systems that was largely rooted in either the human resources or...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Process Of Choosing The Right ERP Solution Is Like A Getting Hitched

    To use an abstract analogy, when looking for the best fit ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solution for your organization think of it as the same process as wedding planning. The similarity stems from the fact that you are not just buying a software product in an ERP solution, just as...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Effective ERP & CRM Integration

    Making a CRM system work for your company is about more than finding the right solution. Carefully linking existing applications to a CRM system is critical for success. Imagine, for example, convincing a customer to enroll in a new service only to mail them a brochure the very next week...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    ERP & CRM : In The Next Decade

    This paper explains about seven trends that will define ERP & CRM for the second half of this decade. Technology can play a huge role in stitching together processes that span companies. And yes, here, again, is where Web Services can help. But remember, it's not just about whether your...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Need A New ERP & CRM System?

    If you have absolutely no tool in place to track customers' interactions, you need a ERP & CRM system. If you do have a tool in place but are not satisfied with it, take a good look at it before deciding to start over. Why? Problems that appear to be...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Squeezing The Best Value Out Of ERP & CRM

    Even at post-tech bubble prices, adopting a ERP & CRM system requires a sizable commitment for any firm. Many of the companies making these investments, though, still are not realizing the maximum value for their money due to common missteps before and after the implementation. Some firms, for instance, approach...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    The Missing Link To ERP Excellence

    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is probably the most prolific concept ever generated by industrial strength application vendors. The insatiable appetite for corporate executives to harness critical information from disparate platforms has, undoubtedly become an overwhelming task. In fact, many companies are willing to "Bet their business" on the promise that...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Key To Enterprise Software (ERP) And Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software Success

    If you track through the history of ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solutions and CRM, Customer Relationship Management, solutions you will find that the early stage implementation disasters and horror stories have in evolved to a general atmosphere of success stories and seen as value added IT investments for organizations. However,...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Mitigating The Recession With ERP Integration Tools

    Businesses are scrambling to make sales, cut costs and maximize their resources while they weather the storm. Ironically, now is the time for companies to make an investment in ERP, enterprise resource planning, implementations and enterprise systems to enhance business processes and performance. Not to sound like a broken record,...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP Selection: Part 2 - Define The Opportunities

    The purpose of this ERP Selection activity is to determine the opportunities for improvement. These opportunities may be in the form of problems or issues that are readily apparent and need to be resolved. There is no point in talking about an enterprise software solution until the opportunities are first...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Continuous Business Process Change And ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, Part 1: Strategy

    The purpose of this whitepaper is to determine what the various business process improvements strategies are. The assessment will not comment on the content of the strategies, but rather use them as the basis for the identification of the business process improvement opportunities and the prioritization of the subsequent assessment...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    10 Tips For A Successful ERP Implementation

    It's a sad fact that, for many companies, the implementation process ends up being far more difficult than envisioned. The best path to a smooth transition... preparation, preparation, preparation! This paper provides 10 tips for a Successful ERP Implementation. One of the most frequent mistakes companies make is to schedule...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    The Benefits Of Open Source ERP And CRM Solutions

    It is already common knowledge that ERP software and other enterprise resource planning applications such as CRM software can deliver critical benefits to an organization. The demand for CRM solutions to stay competitive in the market by driving sales performance and customer satisfaction is at an all time high. With...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Tips For ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning And Enterprise Systems Software Implementation

    The process of implementing a full ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, suite of modules is a arduous task. As with any large scale software implementation, a long list of things can go wrong. Getting a successful ERP implementation accomplished depends on the ERP application that is chosen and on the strength...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Saas Based ERP Makes Business Analytics Easy For The Whole Company

    It's well understood that information is a valuable competitive and financial advantage with every company. To improve company performance, profitability, resource optimization and make every day decision making easier, companies are relying on information and reports generated by their ERP system (Enterprise Resource Planning) to provide the intelligence in a...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, And Business Intelligence: How Do You Find The Best ERP Solutions

    With respect to information technology, business intelligence has been around since the start. Historically the Fortune 500 companies were the key users of IT business intelligence in a significant way and there were only a handful of ERP vendors to choose from like SAP, Oracle, and IBM. However, with the...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning And Human Capital Management - How Can You Keep Good People?

    Acquiring and managing talent has escalated to top priorities with senior executives both domestically in the US and internationally. To help companies through their HCM, Human Capital Management issues, valuable ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solutions and HR enterprise applications are being implemented by both large and small companies to mitigate...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Are Open Source ERP Solutions Right For Me?

    Most IT managers are asking themselves the same question these days - how can I cut on IT costs? Pressure from top management makes software procurement a sensitive process. When it comes to ERP solutions, there are two things you can do to cut costs: go for a SaaS model,...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Selecting The Right ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, Software For Smaller Companies

    It's quite a daunting task to select the right ERP, enterprise resource planning, software for your organization. A decade or so ago, there were only a few applications to choose from. With a smaller selection, this made the plan of attach a little more straightforward. The biggest drawback, however, was...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Enterprise Systems, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) And SaaS, Cloud Computing

    Although IT budgets seem to be loosening up, they are still leaner than any point in the last two decades. However, regardless of the budget lock downs, user demands are increasing, ironically partially due to the tough economic pressures that have companies and IT managers scrambling for solutions to cut...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), And Enterprise Systems Streamline Global Manufacturing Operation

    Managers are continually on their toes when navigating the waters of global manufacturing operations as they are faced with the daily challenges of working and synching with internal, domestic and international entities around the globe. Given the economic factors in today business climate, the key focus of manager is to...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Midsized Companies Driving ERP Innovation - ERP Systems Development - Not Just SaaS Applications

    The "Old" ERP solutions were difficult to connect with other outside applications that did a terrific job for companies in their respective areas and were subsequently aborted at great expense and disappointment to users or painfully forced to integrate with the new ERP infrastructure. In general, for smaller companies, the...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Midmarket ERP Software Solutions, What To Look For In Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

    ERP, or Enterprise Resource Planning solutions originally started out forty years ago when manufacturing companies needed systems to manage inventory and control systems. Now ERP software is comprised of multiple integrated modules with a common central database to integrate departments and dispersed sites to get a full companywide snapshot of...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    ERP Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions And Globalization

    The two main goals for globalization are both the initiative to tap into new markets for increases sales as well as the desire to streamline and decrease manufacturing costs. While the goal to tap into new markets is the primary goal for most companies (almost 80 % of companies surveyed),...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The ERP Systems Blueprint? Where It All Begins

    The "Blueprint" refers to all the activities, which are necessary for the reproduction and description of the customer's business operations in an ERP System. These activities commence before the ERP project itself. This activity is to complete the Blueprint, which is one of the main deliverable. The Blueprint serves as...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP Software & Customer Data Integration-Does Real Time Win?

    On the topic of company information systems, and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems, there is nothing more frustrating or worthless than data that is old and non-current. To mitigate this problem, organizations are moving to real-time data integration versus the traditional batch driven methodologies to rid the company databases of...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Smaller Companies Can Compete With The Big Boys With The Right ERP Software

    Smaller companies need to be smarter, more creative and run the business with fewer resources. Many companies are looking for ERP, enterprise resource planning software and tools to help streamline their organization. The fact is that the small and middle sized companies are the foundation of the US economy and...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Software And Business Analytics, How They Impact Your Company

    On the implementation front, getting the right implementation resource, whether it be a resource provided by the vendor, or a third party consultant, who knows the available ERP offering and who knows your specific industry to help you benchmark standards of excellence is critical for the positive impact business analytics...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    7 Reasons Why SAP Is A Market Leader In Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP Systems

    SAP has been a market leader, if not the market leader in the enterprise resource planning, ERP systems arena for the last three decades. Although the competition is fierce with a lot of new entrants in the market place from large and small vendors over this time, SAP is still...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    What To Expect From Best Of Breed Enterprise Resource Planning

    ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning solutions have been around for almost four decades and they have improved quite a bit from the first software solutions on the market. Probably one of the most critical feature of an ERP solution is that it is easy to integrate with itself as well as...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Software, How To Buy The Right Enterprise Systems Accounting Software For Smaller Companies

    For virtually every company, an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution will pay big dividends to the organization with respect to productivity, increased revenues, and profitability. ERP solutions connect and optimize the relationship between varying systems such as accounting and finance, operations management, CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and logistics that allow...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Process Of Choosing The Right ERP Solution Is Like A Getting Hitched

    To use an abstract analogy, when looking for the best fit ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solution for your organization think of it as the same process as wedding planning. The similarity stems from the fact that you are not just buying a software product in an ERP solution, just as...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Is Not Dead

    The new e-business revolution and desire to be using the Internet for e-commerce has shifted the majority of IT budgets and spending away from ERP systems. ERP systems are designed to be the supporting foundation of these basic business processes. If your foundation is strong it will support any structure....

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Demand For ERP Software Is Heating Up With The Emergence Of SaaS, Software As A Service

    Historically, after the intense demand and fervor to implement ERP software solutions in the late 1990's to ward off the Y2K scare that was looming at the turn of the century, demand for the large enterprise resource planning, ERP solutions seemed to take a nose dive a few years later....

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    How To Choose The Best ERP Enterprise Resource Planning Solution, It's Not Just Features

    When looking for the best fit ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solution for your organization it's easy to get caught up in the bells and whistles and features of the software as the main selection criteria. But it's important to know that features are only a third of the package, the...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    IaaS, Integration As A Service: Traditional Integration Doesn't Apply To SaaS ERP Solutions

    Historically, there were two primary approaches to integrating on-premise ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, and CRM Customer Relationship Management software. The first approach was to use very complicated software platforms on the market and the second was write your own custom code in house. The complex software integration platforms worked for...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    5 Tips For Picking The Best ERP Finance And Accounting Solution

    It's a little more challenging for small to medium sized companies to find the best fitting Finance and Accounting ERP software, but the 5 tips provided in this paper should help you with your effort. There is a lot of competition amongst ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) vendors for mid market...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Software As A Service, SaaS, ERP Solutions Have Arrived

    Saas, or Software as a Service, applications which have been growing in popularity have passed the early adopter phase and are now at customer acceptance mode. You may be surprised to know that over half of all US companies in the US and Canada are using one or more SaaS...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Software In The Mid Market - What Is Expected From Enterprise Systems In Today Businesses

    With escalating material costs and the global recession, cutting costs is a priority for mid-sized companies when sourcing ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions and ERP software. However, companies cannot sacrifice customer service or satisfaction to cut costs. It's easy to be influenced by the pressures from the challenged economy, management...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    ERP Project Estimating - Science, Art, Or Black Magic

    In order to get a handle on ERP project estimating, you need to break down or divide the project into its smallest manageable tasks. The reason for doing this is to identify all of the tasks that may be over looked. Once all of the tasks are identified, along with...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Incorporating The Shop Floor With Your ERP Enterprise Resource Planning System

    With the Y2K panic in the late 90's, many companies and manufacturers scrambled to find enterprise solutions to stop what could be a potentially devastating disruption to their business. Many of these systems were on premise large scale ERP systems that was largely rooted in either the human resources or...

    Provided By ERP.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Best Fit For Smaller Sized Companies, Oracle Or SAP

    If you are looking at ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, solutions for your organization, or even if you are not in the Technology field, you most likely have heard of the enterprise system giants Oracle and SAP. In the past, the "Big" ERP vendors catered mostly to the Fortune 500, or...

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