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Vendor Viability (Size) vs. Customer Intimacy
After almost a decade of following the enterprise applications market via insightful, sometimes exhaustive (and exhausting) free research articles (which will

xtuple hl7  be Ned Lilly of xTuple (formerly OpenMFG ) [ evaluate or see a TEC report ], an arguably open-source enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor. Ned is quick to explain any minute product capability, rationale for having some capability or not, etc. Not to mention that the vendor is quite publicly open about its pricing and any other frequently asked questions ( FAQ ). Given that Ned occasionally points out (if not crows over) poor viabilities of his competitor products at his abovementioned ERP Graveyard

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