10 Advantages of a Single System ERP Solution

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ERP software is meant to be an application where information is shared freely between all departments of an organization. While the idea is that an ERP system creates one central location for all information, the reality is that multiple systems bolted together in an integrated system often creates multiple silos of information. This paper describes the benefits of a single system ERP.

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