Panorama’s recently released report, Clash of the Titans 2014, compares SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics in terms of market share, selection rates, implementation durations and costs, operational disruption rates and lengths, specific benefits realized and time to project payback. Join January Paulk, senior manager at Panorama, and Chris Devault, manager of vendor relations, for a discussion of the findings and how they  might influence your organization’s ERP selection process.

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