New Free eBook: "Best-of-Breed or All-in-One" IT Strategies

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ERP software is now the catalyst for organizational change for most companies. Billions of dollars have been spent to date, and there is an expectation that billions more will be spent in the next 12 months. In 2016, for example, organizations spent over $3 billion on enterprise accounting software alone, a specialized IT market that is predicted to experience a compound annual growth rate of six percent through 2021.

If that prediction holds true, the consensus is that the enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software market will see significant growth and integration in the next few years. The caveat is not only that companies are faced with a plethora of vendors and software packages. With that in mind, The TM Group has produced an free eBook for both IT decision-makers and business leaders, with a specific focus on the methodologies available to companies.

"Best-of-Breed or All-in-One" highlights the implementation implications and advantages of taking a specific approach to ERP functionality. The TM Group has a long and proven track record of providing its customers with the tools for technology empowerment, and our latest eBook takes a deeper dive into the options that companies should consider.

In addition, the free eBook will give companies guidance as to which software vendor is the right one to choose. Not all enterprises are created equal, so a solution that works in one work environment may not the be perfect fit for another organization. ERP software has been part of the business landscape for many years, but there is no universal right answer for the simple question as to what is best.

To find out more about which ERP solution path to follow, please download the eBook here. Alternatively, feel free to reach out to The TM Group to learn how we can empower your organization and, importantly, your people with technology.

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