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Best-in-class Strategies for Selecting an ERP Solution in 2013

Source: Sage
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) represents a serious investment for any organization and is vital to future success. Top performing organizations approach the selection process with a clear plan and come away with solutions that implement smoothly and help drive business immediately. This report explores the strategies best-in-class organizations employ to find the right ERP fit that will give them the tools they need to thrive.


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