Ask an ERP software vendor, ERP project manager, or C-level executive their thoughts on ERP implementations and undoubtedly you will receive a variety of responses.  This week’s ERP poll tackles this question and asks our website visitors to give their feedback.  When engaging in an ERP implementation, where should you devote your time, money, and resources?

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