The Trap of Procedural Inertia

Companies know the effects of procedural inertia all too well. By clinging to outmoded procedures, a company is effectively placing a cap on its ability to grow. With a properly implemented ERP system, however, the limit to the organization’s growth is determined by its capacity and its access to materials. Read up on procedural inertia with your ERP system so you can effectively deal with it and maximize your company’s growth.

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