Free Report: Six Criteria You Can’t Ignore in Selecting Your Next ERP by Mint Jutras

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Looking for a new ERP solution is not something that you do every day. And if your company hasn’t upgraded or changed systems in the last several years, a lot has changed. Today’s versatile and technology-enabled solutions get you more of the cutting edge features your company wants, without the need for expensive customization.

Still, deciding on the best ERP solution for your company will take time and effort. Knowing what to look for, and who to ask for assistance, will make the whole process faster and easier.

Implementing ERP requires a different skill set than running your business. Don’t be afraid to seek guidance and assistance. ERP experts can help you identify goals, set a realistic schedule and budget, and keep you on track.” -Mint Jutras report

Mint Jutras, an independent research-based consulting firm that specializes in analyzing the business impact of enterprise applications, has collected data from 464 companies representing a wide range of industries and has identified six crucial areas for consideration when exploring your next ERP solution.

Download “Six Criteria You Can’t Ignore in Selecting Your Next ERP.

Find out:

  • The best information sources for guiding your decision.
  • Why the top six traditional selection criteria still matter.
  • How to deliver a positive user experience that encourages adoption.
  • Why you have every right to expect a better fit and more functionality.
  • The surprising percentage of companies that achieve ROI in less than two years.

This report could save you weeks of research during your enterprise software selection process. So don’t wait—download it now!

If you are ready to evaluate ERP options, contact CAL Business Solutions, 860-485-0910x4 or [email protected].

By CAL Business Solutions, Acumatica and Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner,

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