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VendorDemo's Most Popular ERP Content: Webinars and More!

Did you know that at, you can watch hundreds of business software webinars and demos for free? You’ll also find documents at the site, including case studies, whitepapers, and brochures from industry leaders.  At VendorDemo, you can browse, share, and rate those videos and documents that help you most.  We’ve dedicated this issue of ERP Buzz to highlighting some of most popular content from the site.  Don’t miss these hot webinars and whitepapers!

“ERP Software Comparison: Microsoft Dynamics vs Sage vs SAP”
Webinar provided by: ePartners

This webcast provides a high-level overview of three major mid-market ERP software providers (Microsoft Dynamics, Sage, and SAP) for cost, industry and company size fit, standard functionality and add-on functionality, and pros and cons to each. Plus, you’ll learn the top 10 critical factors for selecting an ERP system.

“Quality Management for Manufacturers: Some Assembly Required”
Webinar provided by: Epicor

Watch this webcast to learn how you can automate business processes with ERP integrated with QMS to lower total costs of quality compliance, meet increasing market-driven compliance requirements, ease regulatory compliance processes, and improve supply chain coordination and visibility.

“Web 2.0 for the CFO”
Webinar provided by: Workday

Today’s companies need to turn financial information into business intelligence. But today’s on-premise ERP systems were built nearly 20 years ago. Listen to the recorded Webinar to learn how a new generation of finance solutions can help you.

Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture and Its Impact on Small Manufacturers”
Whitepaper provided by: Consona

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) continues to emerge as the dominant technical platform for building next generation business applications. The potential of SOA to transform enterprise software applications has been well documented within leading industry trade publications. This white paper will attempt to cut through the hype surrounding the technology.

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