8 Things to Ask When Replacing Your ERP System

Manufacturers and distributors on legacy systems face a capabilities gap between older ERP systems and current cloud solutions can create a problem that many organizations are slow to fix. If you have a legacy system in place that’s more than seven years old, chances are your ERP is not keeping pace with the latest technology advances or market changes. Amid merger and acquisition activity, changing regulatory requirements, and spiraling supply and labor costs, manufacturing and distribution organizations need an ERP system that can keep up.

An ERP investment can have the greatest significant impact on your business. Read this white paper to learn if its time to consider a new ERP solution and what you need to know.

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Manufacturers and distributors on legacy systems face a capabilities gap between older ERP systems and current cloud solutions can create a problem that many organizations are slow to fix. If you have a legacy system in place that’s more than seven years old, chances are your ERP is not keeping pace with the latest technology advances or market changes. Amid merger and acquisition activity, changing regulatory requirements, and spiraling supply and labor costs, manufacturing and distribution organizations need an ERP system that can keep up.

An ERP investment can have the greatest significant impact on your business. Read this white paper to learn if its time to consider a new ERP solution and what you need to know.