Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne-the Low TCO, High ROI Option for Top Tier ERP

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Many one enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers adopt an approach of "less functionality equals less complexity" when going downmarket to address the needs of midsize companies. However, this approach often leads to scenarios where the "right stuff" is missing. Customers must augment functionality via customizations or by buying additional products, both of which raise TCO. This briefing describes the attributes and qualities of one ERP solution that make low TCO a reality.

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