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Stop seeking “Average” in ERP–It Doesn’t Exist. Organizations should not attempt to substantiate, or limit, ERP investments based on “average” costs and benefits, which don’t take into account the context.
Seven ERP implementation lessons.
To empower customers worldwide, start by empowering your everyday business users. That was the philosophy that the direct sales gurus at cabi used to launch an ERP system that worked for their company’s thousands of stylists, not against them.
Control your cloud commerce destiny.
Exponential growth can be an exciting prospect for an online retailer that’s moving up the ladder. But that kind of growth can also be crippling for a business if the digital commerce platform isn’t keeping pace.
1“Stop Seeking ‘Average’ in ERP — It Doesn’t Exist” – Denise Ganly, Pat Phelan, Carol Hardcastle, Christian Hestermann, and Nigel Montgomery. Pulbished: November 2, 2015
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