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ERP disaster zone: The mostly costly failures of the past decade

Vehlin

A bit of column A and a bit of column B.

You look at your processes vs industry best practice (ideally the base ERP will align with these too). You decide what can be changed vs what can't and customise around that. Once you can put a price on "doing it the way we've always done it" you quickly figure out what is important.

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