Reinventing the ERP engine represents the next natural step in the continued evolution of ERP. It can improve the process-driven ways of old, and allow the event-driven possibilities of tomorrow. Overhauled technologies can allow cheaper and timely passage along the well-worn tracks of your existing automated processes. But technological breakthroughs can mean that suddenly industrial-grade performance can be coupled with maneuverability. This gives you more than efficiency and cost gains; it allows the underlying business problems to be approached in new ways. It can allow access to data more efficiently, leading end-users to ask additional questions and explore new ways to exploit their ERP’s data – and unlock the potential of their information.
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