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ERP Manufacturing in 2009: Expanding Beyond Traditional Boundaries

White Paper Published By: Epicor
Epicor
Published:  Oct 07, 2009
Type:  White Paper
Length:  27 pages

Pressures to reduce costs continue to outweigh all other business drivers impacting Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in 2009. ERP has become more than a necessary infrastructure; it is also a strategic weapon in streamlining and accelerating business processes - while providing visibility to those processes throughout the enterprise. This Aberdeen Research report looks beyond our annual assessment of ERP usage by module to explore the preferences and decisions between point solutions and an end-to-end integrated suite and assess the overall business value ERP brings to manufacturing.



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erp, enterprise resource planning, enterprise applications, integrated suite, roi, tco, inventory reduction, sap, oracle, manufacturing, crm, visibility