Features - DOES YOUR ERP SYSTEM MEASURE UP? - Based on this survey, most companies don't evaluate their enterprise resource planning systems after they're up and running. But they should because, as with any other capital allocation project, business managers need to know what the ROI actually was, based on metrics developed at the beginning of the project.
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