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5 Mistakes Distributors Make When Selecting an Enterprise Software System

By Epicor
February 03, 2012

Do you cringe at the thought of having to replace your enterprise software solution?  Does it seem like a monumental undertaking, with a high risk of failure? Knowledge is power.  Learn from the experiences of other distributors who have been through the ERP selection process and not only lived to tell about it, but brought great benefit to their companies.

Read this white paper now and learn what NOT to do when evaluating ERP solutions for distributors including:

  • What steps should be involved in the evaluation and selection process
  • How to increase your company’s odds of success when implementing a new ERP solution
  • How to pinpoint the technology provider that is right for your business

With nearly 40 years of delivering business software solutions to the distribution industry, Epicor knows how to meet the challenges of ERP implementation, and inspires its customers to build lasting competitive advantage.


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