Managing Change Effectively with ERP: The Impact on 5 Key Business Functions

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This white paper examines the impact on manufacturing operations of using disparate systems versus an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. It documents the effect of each on core business areas and management teams: sales and supply chain executives, plant managers, vice presidents (VPs) of operations, and finance. It also explains how to eliminate inefficiencies associated with change management.

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