The Total Cost of ERP Ownership




 This analyst report quantifies the total cost of ownership (TCO) of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and using this framework presents a side-by-side comparison of five top ERP systems.

 "Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) has long been recognized as a significant factor in ERP strategies and decisions. Yet while both end users and ERP solution providers tend to talk about lower TCO, and many vendors claim it as a point of differentiation, seldom do they speak in terms of specific metrics. This Enterprise Strategies report will not only quantify TCO but also present side by side comparison of these metrics from five of the top ERP vendors."


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