November 6, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
Despite the promising effects of ERP, there are a number of companies that have not maximized its potential. Mostly caused by wrong practice, misunderstanding, and impatience. It is an investment that needs some time to come to fruition. But several providers have also been working on the development of their service in order to meet the expectations of its users. For instance, cloud ERP is relatively faster to implement than its on-premise counterpart.
This article cites other ways in which ERP is being tweaked to address the challenges it has faced in the past, and become a reliable tool for a digital transformation. Read on. – Gail Limpin
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