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Aberdeen Report: ERP: Is High ROI and Low TCO Possible


March 21, 2012

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) remains a significant factor that influences Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) strategies and decisions. However, you can no longer afford to focus on TCO exclusively.

Your focal point must now expand to include the Return on Investment (ROI) of ERP projects in order to justify continued investment and maximize business benefits. This Aberdeen report provides an analyst insight on what an average company can expect to pay for ERP and the resultant business benefits that can be derived from a successful implementation.


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