Aberdeen ERP TCO Midsize_July 2007

In comparison to a similar study published in august

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Unformatted text preview: 1). In comparison to a similar study published in August 2006, the importance of all three of these criteria increased year-over-year. Figure 1: ERP Software Selection Criteria in Mid-Size Companies 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 69% The Total Cost of ERP Ownership in Mid-Size Companies is influenced by a variety of factors, including: √ company size √ number of ERP users √ depth and breadth of functionality deployed √ business benefits gained from ERP deployment √ other factors This Sector Insight is one in a series of reports exploring the Total Cost of ERP Ownership. Please refer to Related Research identified at the conclusion of this report for further analysis. 74% 39% 45% 51% 52% 2006 2007 Functionality Ease of use Total cost of ow nership Source: Aberdeen Group, July 2007 The 2007 ERP in Manufacturing study measured the average number of ERP users, as well as the cost of ERP in terms of software, services, and maintenance of mid-size customers. This was done for six different ERP solution providers and was subsequently compared to the averages across all mid-size c...
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