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The CEO, CFO, and TCO
Total cost of ownership (TCO) is a key component of the

28 flowchart symbols  account for an additional 28 percent. In total, people account for 70 percent of TCO. Cost Category % of TCO Hardware 6.6 ERP software 16.72 Other software 1.04 Implementation services 27.86 Maintenance costs 6.02 Implementation internal staff 16.86 Post-implementation internal staff (two years) 25.18 Source : Meta Group TCO—A Measure of Simplicity With 70 percent of TCO going for people, one must ask, what tasks are these people performing? They are working to keep the system running. They are helping

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