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Laws a’mercy, now that’s what you call a flame war.The White Paper Pundit has taken direct aim at our Top 10 Most Ambiguous White Paper Buzzwords, decrying

acronym software  toward the latest, greatest acronym. And you know what? It’s a waste of your time. TEC’s software selection methodology aims to bring clarity to the process—and an essential component of that is ensuring that vendors and buyers are on the same page when it comes to software terminology. After all, if you and the vendor understand different things when you’re talking about a critical functionality, then you may be headed for a software selection disaster of monstrous proportions. Which brings me

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Will That Wretched ERP Finally Die? Possibly, But Only the Acronym!


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