As ERP technology continues its rapid advancement, businesses running on legacy ERP systems find themselves overwhelmed by the lingering need to address the elephant in the room: is it time for an upgrade? The conversation can be daunting with concerns surrounding potential workforce response to the disruption and fear that a change would render the current system’s specialized functionality useless. But in the digital age, companies not rising to the occasion risk becoming obsolete as a result of being unable to retain or attract top talent. In this episode of The ERP Advisor, we will confront the benefits and pitfalls of replacing legacy ERP systems.
During this seminar, we will cover:
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Field of Study:
Computer Software and Applications
Prerequisites: No prerequisites required
Who should attend: Anyone welcome
Advanced preparation: None required
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Fee to attend: No fee
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