Is It the End of the ERP Era?
Enterprises today must be agile enough to respond to shifts in market dynamics with speed and resilience. Legacy ERP systems were primarily designed for command and control. They don’t really offer the agility and flexibility required in the new, dynamic business environment.
Does that spell the end of road for ERPs? In many ways, yes.
A new white paper from GEP and Supply Management Insider, Is It the End of the ERP Era?, discusses the challenges and limitations of legacy ERP systems in a dynamic and volatile business environment. It also suggests strategies for re-engineering procurement and supply chain technology in ways that make the entire enterprise more agile and competitive.
- How business priorities have changed in a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) environment
- Leveraging new, innovative technologies to achieve agility and flexibility
- The competitive disadvantage of clinging to traditional mindsets, processes and systems
A must-read for procurement, supply chain and IT professionals.
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