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Your Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part One
Enterprise software selection is a risky undertaking for any organization. Find out how you can reduce the risk with a best-practice approach to assessment

flowcharts  and workflow descriptions and flowcharts to visually illustrate each step within any of the processes, subprocesses, and activities. This can result in “mountains” of information that are difficult to manipulate or store in an understandable manner when using such traditional methods as spreadsheets or Word documents. In fact, this task is sometimes so insurmountable that it's often the step where a selection process comes to a screeching halt. However, this daunting task can be accomplished faster

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