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Public enterprise resource planning whitepaperERP successes are significant, real, and even calculable.
The high cost of legacy ERP systemsMany organizations have come to realize that while ERP software doesn’t appear to generate direct revenue, it can significantly impact financial performance.
ERP selection: Are you positioned for success?Who you pick to help with your organization's ERP selection process can make or break the whole project. Here are a few considerations when determining the best partner for success.
ERP dirty dozen: 12 signs your business needs to replace its ERP systemYour ERP system needs to evolve in response to market pressures and business changes. System limitations can affect ROI, efficiency, performance, and your overall business strategy. These 12 signs suggest it's time to assess the situation.
Cutting through the data analytics hypeData analytics are a hot topic right now, but what’s actually valuable when it comes to tracking data? Join our webinar to learn some best practices.
How does the evolving K-12 ERP marketplace impact your district?In today's quickly evolving administrative system marketplace, options for new features and functionalities abound. Is your existing ERP system delivering all it can? Here are 5 ways to tell.
Enterprise risk management: Lessons for higher educationAs your institution faces increasing threats, a proactive risk management program can help you rest easier. And guess what? It doesn’t have to be expensive. Our experts lay out practical and achievable steps for you to consider.
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