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ERP Today: No Safe Haven?

Source: War On Waste Idea Company
Traditionally, small and medium businesses (SMB) use the same ERP selection methods as large enterprises. However, the lack of an implementation standard, shifts from large-scale purchases, vendor consolidation, and niche solutions have left the market in turmoil. Learn how SMBs can meet the challenges of the new market.


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