New Enterprise Resource Planning Site www.erp.com Offers its Members the Ability to Dig In Much Deeper Than Large ERP Systems Canned Demos to "Try Before You Buy" Prior to Making A Significant Capital Decision on a Large ERP Implementation.
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Los Angeles, CA, April 21st, 2009 - ERP (www.erp.com), the leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) community website that brings together enterprise, customer relationship management (CRM) and materials requirement planning (MRP) practitioners with enterprise software, hardware and services providers, announced its offering of an SAP "try before you buy" limited developer license for enterprise professionals looking to go a few levels deeper than software demos to test integration and implementation compatibilities with legacy systems and other application connectivity.
Based in Los Angeles, California, ERP.com was founded in early 2007 by former entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 executives from Systems House, PepsiCo, InterActiveCorp (IAC), and Lucent Technologies. It is a professional community site focused on offering the most up to date and relevant information on enterprise resource planning and a forum for ERP practitioners to post content, insights and reviews, and network for ideas and information within the ERP community.
ERP.com is focused on bringing valuable tools and information to the ERP community; the practitioner, consultant, and the applications to help make all parties more productive and successful in their business endeavors. The ability to get in to the roots of a complex enterprise system is a great benefit in determining whether a complex ERP implementation will be a success. "In the dozens of enterprise implementations and integrations I have worked on, they were all more complicated than originally anticipated. Having access from a developers level to play around with how the system will work with the company's current applications is a great help in reducing the unknowns" says Michael Lindsay, an enterprise consultant for Lucent technologies.
As well as the new software trials, ERP.com also provides user generated reviews of products as well as an open forum to post products and open jobs and consulting gigs in the ERP space on the site.
What is ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning?
Enterprise Resource Planning is an company-wide IT system designed to coordinate all business processes, resources, and information, such as manufacturing, inventory, sales, marketing, accounting, finance, logistics and administration. ERP originated as an extension of MRP (material requirement planning) and is now recognized as a business solution covering all basic functions of an enterprise, regardless of the organization's business, size or charter. Non-manufacturing businesses, non-profit organizations and governments now all use ERP systems.
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