Resource Management DEFINITION: ERM also stands for enterprise relationship management.1) ERM (enterprise resource management) describes software that lets an enterprise manage user access to its network resources efficiently. ERM software generally lets a user sign on to different enterprise systems and applications using the same password. ERM software makes it easy for the enterprise to control and keep track of which systems
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