The selection of the ERP vendor is a very important decision. The costs and benefits of your ERP project are strongly correlated with the vendor you selected, therefore there is intrinsic link between your business case and the software functionality provided by the vendor.

A company’s industry and/or unique business processes may result in dramatically different ERP considerations, so it is highly recommended that the ERP selection team fully understand the ERP vendor and their own business strategies and processes before making a final decision and awarding business to an ERP vendor.

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