7 Open Source ERP Systems That Are Actually Good
FOSS Post, April 8th, 2019
Ai-Driven Platforms Will Move Business Applications Beyond The ERP Era
"ERP is an abbreviation for 'Enterprise resource planning'. ERP systems are used in small, medium and large businesses to do the work that the company needs from day to day. You can think of it as the software responsible for managing the companies activities...
As usual, there are proprietary closed-source ERP systems that cost a lot, and there are open source ERP systems that can be used alternatively. Which one to use depends on your own scenario; You organization's size, number of staff, the type of modules and features you need and other similar criteria..."
ZDNet, April 9th, 2019
Moving ERP To The Cloud In Seven Simple Steps
"Application development and delivery leaders need a new strategy for business applications that is based on modern, open, smart, and flexible SaaS platforms...
Forrester's vision for the future of business applications is that modern specialist SaaS platforms will replace on-premises "omnisuites."
The enterprise resource planning (ERP) era is over. The ERP model of a single integrated suite to handle every process for every division within the enterprise did not work, for many reasons. Instead, application development and delivery (AD&D) leaders need a new, eclectic strategy based on a handful of modern, open, smart, flexible SaaS platforms..."
InformationWeek, April 10th, 2019
Should You Buy SaaS ERP Or Best-Of-Breed Enterprise Software?
"Transferring an entire ERP to the cloud is a massive and challenging task. Here's how to make the job easier and less risky...
As ERP providers shift their focus to cloud-based Software as a Service models, a growing number of enterprises are evaluating their current ERP solutions and wondering if now is the right time to transition from traditional on-premise solutions to the cloud..."
ComputerWeekly, April 9th, 2019
"The major ERP providers are pushing their customers to their cloud offerings. It makes sense, but there are plenty of SaaS alternatives...
Leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) firms are fleshing out their software-as-a-service (SaaS) portfolios and even acquiring pieces of technology to build out a more complete offering. Their strategy is clear - to lure customers into buying everything from a single supplier..."
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