Leverage Platforms and Services to Make to Most of Growing Data Assets
The first wave of enterprise resource planning (ERP) adoption, which began more than 20 years ago, was all about efficiency. Organizations looked to ERP to help reduce cycle times, increase inventory turns, and cut costs.
Those were different times.
Disruption is now the new normal, and it has strained legacy ERP systems and prompted businesses to reassess their value expectations. Although visibility and operational efficiency are still important, the operational systems that businesses use will need to adapt to unpredictable and often tumultuous change.
In this tech dossier from CIO Magazine, discover why implementing ERP in the cloud pays of in:
- Improved organizational efficiency
- Enhanced business agility
- Potential to mine new business insights