sponsored by IQMS
Posted:  24 Dec 2008
Published:  24 Dec 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  5  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

For manufacturers looking to add, upgrade or replace Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, one of the most apparent concerns is what the system can do. For example, can the system handle the company's scheduling needs; does it offer production monitoring and quality control; and can it streamline communication? While these are important considerations, what an ERP system can and cannot do is only one aspect of the many critical components that should be considered when making an ERP purchase. In fact, when comparing ERP systems, functionality should be considered against the backdrop of the entire package -- its technology and its vendor. Only by doing so can manufacturers ensure they make a right and lasting choice. Following are some of the top things to look for and look beyond when evaluating a new ERP system

Automotive Industry | Consumer Packaged Goods Industry | ERP | Manufacturing | Software Best Practices | Software Selection | Supply Chain Automation | Supply Chain Integration | Supply Chain Management | Supply Chain Software

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