2019 The State of the ERP Handbook
Widespread use and development of the ERP as we know it today—a multi-functional, integrated, company-wide system of record—boomed in the 1990s. Since then, many companies have kept those same base systems, simply upgrading, patching, and bolting on more capabilities.
Today, nearly 25 years later, organizations are finding that ERPs have advanced to such a degree that patches and bolt-ons may no longer be enough. After all this time, their systems have been so customized they can no longer be supported or upgraded to house modern tools.
ERP systems have evolved, and the industry is nearing maturity. 2019 will see the full development of once cutting-edge technologies, increased demand for integrated, real-time data transmission, and automated compliance capabilities.
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