Aberdeen ERP TCO Midsize_July 2007

70 for every dollar spent on software average service

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Unformatted text preview: , since the more extensive the implementation, the more services may be required. However, this metric is seldom used in cost comparisons and therefore is not used for sequencing purposes. Table 5: Software and Service Costs by Vendor Average Software $’s Average Service $’s Average Service $’s Spent for Each $1 Spent on Software Average # of ERP Modules Implemented Average Service $’s per Module Implemented Infor $703,261 $494,444 $0.70 11.0 $897 Epicor $397,222 $286,842 $0.72 11.9 $748 QAD $633,871 $463,158 $0.73 10.2 $957 SAP $1,276,667 $1,115,323 $0.87 11.9 $960 Oracle $1,929,167 $1,694,231 $0.88 11.5 $1,473 Lawson $482,500 $455,556 $0.94 10.8 $971 All Others $392,241 $290,179 $0.74 10.6 $916 All Mid-Size Companies $695,750 $560,377 $0.81 11.0 $934 ERP Vendor Source: Aberdeen Group, July 2007 Total Costs by Vendor Table 6 combines all costs measured and displays them on a per-user basis. While several vendors were quite close in cost per user and service to software ratios, in combining all costs, we see more distinction. The average percentage...
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