ERP in Practice is a practitioner?s manual with concepts, principles, practices and programs that are `in practice?. This book shows that to achieve business benefits of ERP, companies must treat their implementation as a business initiative?not a technical one. It means putting business executives in charge?not technical managers?who can make the necessary organizational and process changes to achieve benefits. And like all business projects, the responsibility of achieving the set objectives should belong to every manager, not to just those involved in the ERP project. This book is packed with actionable strategies, forward thinking solutions, work-plans, tips and tricks to make ERP programs successful.

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Author(s)VAMAN and NATHAN and JAGAN
PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014