Enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects gone bad were tales often told over a beer 15 or 20 years ago. But times have changed. Numerous cloud-based ERP services are now available that make upgrade costs, licensing fees and endless consultant fees a thing of the past. Gartner Research has reported that 47 percent of organizations are planning to move their ERP systems to the cloud within the next five years. Despite its bad rap, ERP is arguably the most important IT expenditure a company can make. It manages the vital functions of a business, including accounting, operations and manufacturing. In this eWEEK slide show, CEO Chuck Berger of Kenandy, an enterprise cloud services provider built on Salesforce, shares advice about what to consider if you’re in midst of an ERP overhaul.
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