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7 Steps to Building a Business Case for ERP


October 13, 2011

Play a part in speeding implementation and minimizing risks with the right ERP solution for your business.  The “7 Steps to Building a Business Case for ERP” whitepaper will provide you with the groundwork needed for recommending an ERP software with a great technology foundation. 

With today’s economy, it is important to wisely use the advantages of technology to minimize customization and automate unique processes.

Just follow the seven steps and you and your teammates will be on top of building the case for the technology your business needs.


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