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In this episode, we’re discussing the newest edition of our State of the ERP Handbook (how to use it, who should use it, what’s included, etc.). Our handbook provides new information and an unbiased view into widely used ERP solutions. We clarify what an organization should focus on when considering a new ERP. What should an organization expect out of an ERP? What are the typical components of an ERP? How does it fit with other technologies?

We review many of the widely used ERP vendors on the market and evaluate their scalability and applicability to organizations of various sizes and industries. Whether you’re noticing gaps in your current ERP, need to upgrade to a more scalable solution, or are growing internationally or through acquisitions, this handbook can help you narrow down your short list and determine what ERP might be best for you.

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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, ERPs have advanced to such a degree that patches and bolt-ons may no longer be enough. After all this time, systems have been so customized they can no longer be supported or upgraded to house modern tools.

Our State of the ERP Handbook provides new information and an unbiased view into widely used ERP solutions. We clarify what an organization should focus on when considering a new ERP. What should an organization expect out of an ERP? What are the typical components of an ERP? How does it fit with other technologies?

We review many of the widely used ERP vendors on the market and evaluate their scalability and applicability to organizations of various sizes and industries. Whether you’re noticing gaps in your current ERP, need to upgrade to a more scalable solution, or are growing internationally or through acquisitions, this handbook can help you narrow down your short list and determine what direction is best for your organization.

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