Enterprise software comes in many forms and functions. It technically it fits the description of any software needed to keep a business running successfully, but is more focused on business-oriented tools such as online shopping, payment processing, product catalogs, security, content and customer relationship management, project management, HR, manufacturing and more.
Tech Pro Research analyzes the concept of enterprise software on an annual basis because it is so all-encompassing and often goes hand-in-hand with business and industry objectives. While enterprise applications power the heart of business productivity, they are traditionally difficult to implement, upgrade, and innovate. Examining the trials and tribulations involved with the topic yields key insights into current trends, popular solutions and vendors, areas of success (or lack thereof) and what the future holds for enterprise software.
We'd like to get your input on the role enterprise software plays at your company, such as what choices you've made, the reasoning behind them and areas where enterprise apps demonstrate strength or weakness. Our goal here is to look at how the next generation of enterprise apps could change the game.
Please take our survey and share your experiences, observations and views on the subject of enterprise software and how it applies to you. Respondents will receive a free copy of the resulting research report.
Scott Matteson is a senior systems administrator and freelance technical writer who also performs consulting work for small organizations. He resides in the Greater Boston area with his wife and three children.