ERP.com (www.erp.com), a leading enterprise resource planning authority site offering the latest enterprise technology information, resources, and software reviews to ERP professionals, vendors and companies releases it’s new ERP Software Selection Checklist to streamline the enterprise software comparison and evaluation process with the hundreds of enterprise software applications currently on the market.
An alarming percentage of ERP software initiatives fail due to poor software selection and poor implementation practices. A key driver for the success of an enterprise system implementation is selecting the best fitting software for a company based on its industry focus, size and business model. The optimal ERP solution needs to go through a documented process to ensure that all the key criteria are met and that the proper steps are taken to ensure an acceptable ROI is achieved.
“Comparing the hundreds of product on the market is daunting and its helpful to have a simple guide to help get the process started on the right foot” says Shayne Fraeke, General Manager for Premiere TV in Santa Monica, California.
The simple ERP Software Selection Checklist™ tool, available to all ERP.com members was released to provide yet another helpful ERP software selection tool to the enterprise resource planning community. ERP.com also offers a Software Selector Tool to help ERP practitioners to filter through hundreds of ERP software solutions based on features, functionality, company size and industry.
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Based in Los Angeles, California, ERP.com is a professional community site focused on offering the most up to date and relevant information on enterprise resource planning and a forum for ERP practitioners to collaborate, share information, market and develop sales leads the hi-tech business community.