The Financial Impact of ERP Architecture

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"The Financial Impact of ERP Architecture"

The Financial Impact of ERP Architecture on the Annual Cost of Business Change

White Paper: IDC

ERP systems are the technology backbone of the modern business, and as such, the process of matching the "right" system to specific business needs is extremely critical. Most companies spend quite a bit of scarce resources (time and money) on defining the business requirements and then evaluating the potential systems for a close functional fit and for the potential up-front (implementation and license) costs.

The Financial Impact of ERP Architecture on the Annual Cost of Business Change
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