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Learn How to Choose Between Generic and Industry-Specific ERP Systems

March 07, 2014

You might have several reasons for needing a new ERP system, but with so many options, how do you make the right choice?

If you’re wondering whether a generic or an industry-specific solution is the best fit, or how to start the ERP selection process, you’re not alone.

It’s no secret that selecting an ERP system can be a daunting task, but choosing an integrated ERP system specific to your industry means that you will be much better equipped to handle your manufacturing requirements than if you were to select a generic system.

This complimentary white paper suggests ways to simplify your ERP selection process and points out the differences between industry-specific and generic ERP solutions.


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