Lessons from ERP Implementation Failures: Hear from the Experts

It’s the software industry’s dirty little secret. Over 65 percent of software implementations fail—wasting untold amounts of time, money, and resources. Learn from a panel of experts how to make sure your company doesn’t suffer these kinds of losses. Of course, making the right ERP selection goes a long way in avoiding major implementation pitfalls. That’s why Lessons from ERP Implementation Failures gives you the right approach to finding an ERP system that meets your company’s special needs. Learn the lessons of ERP implementation failures—and get a plan for successful ERP selection—all from the experts who have been there.
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