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Organizations should develop an enterprise IT strategy that aligns with their overall vision and strategy. A disconnect between the strategic direction of your organization and your ERP system can lead to trouble. Unfortunately, many organizations fall into this trap.

SAP vs. Oracle Case Study

SAP and Oracle both invest heavily in cloud technology. However, our client was skeptical about cloud scalability and unsure if the products were mature and proven.

Tune in to this podcast episode to learn how to ensure ERP success by developing an IT strategy that aligns with your enterprise strategy. Join January Paulk, Director of Operations, for answers to questions such as:

  • How can organizations determine their overall enterprise strategy?
  • Why do so many organizations fail to align their IT strategy with their enterprise strategy?
  • What are some other challenges organizations face when it comes to IT strategy?

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