The ERP Consultant’s Guide to Success


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The ERP Consultant’s Guide to Success

This guide represents the most comprehensive guide to consulting ERP systems. It has 10 chapters with full color diagrams, figures and charts that explain basic concepts common to all ERP systems to help them be successful for companies that use these complex systems. With over 10 years in the development the guide provides a stable foundation of knowledge for entry-level students through senior level practitioners. It recognizes emerging technologies such as: Internet, client/server, e-business, and their impact on ERP systems such as SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle, Workday, Netsuite, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Epicor, Infor, J.D. Edwards, Kronos, Concur, IBM OpenPro, QAD, AVAS, Glovia, QuickBooks, Sage and Accpac.

Includes Enterprise ERP Trends

The ERP field can be slow to change, but the last couple of years have unleashed forces which are fundamentally shifting the entire area. The following new and continuing trends affect enterprise ERP software:

1. Mobile ERP

Executives and employees want real-time access to information, regardless of where they are. It is expected that businesses will embrace mobile ERP for the reports, dashboards and to conduct key business processes.

2. Cloud ERP

The cloud has been advancing steadily into the enterprise for some time, but many ERP users have been reluctant to place data cloud. Those reservations have gradually been evaporating, however, as the advantages of the cloud become apparent.

3. Social ERP

There has been much hype around social media and how important or not it is to add to ERP systems. Certainly, vendors have been quick to seize the initiative, adding social media packages to their ERP systems with much fanfare. But some wonder if there is really much gain to be had by integrating social media with ERP.

4. Two-tier ERP

Enterprises once attempted to build an all-encompassing ERP system to take care of every aspect of organizational systems. But some expensive failures have gradually brought about a change in strategy – adopting two tiers of ERP.

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