By Vinnie Mirchandani on January 20, 2011
In the investment world there is a clear demarcation between sell-side and buy-side analysts. Been wondering whether the tech world needs something similar as I read various industry research and have conversations with several technology advisers. Among the research I am referring to is Gartner’s Mid-Market ERP MQ and its cloud infrastructure MQ and“prolific Paul” […]
By Brian Sommer on June 1, 2010
Cloud ERP suites are here. SAP Business ByDesign is re-entering the fray and players like Plex and Rootstock should compete well with them.
By R "Ray" Wang on March 2, 2010
Single Instance ERP Harder And Harder To Justify The holy grail of an ERP implementation used to be the single instance deployment. However, market forces, a move to adopt new disruptive technologies, slow pace of innovation from incumbent vendors, and high maintenance fees have changed many organization’s perspectives. Add a slew of rapidly changing business […]
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