Did you know that at www.vendordemo.com, 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!
“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.
“Modern Materials Handling: Industry Outlook 2008 – and Beyond”
Webinar provided by: Epicor
This webcast will feature three industry experts, interviewed by Modern Material Handling magazine for the Industry Outlook in its January 2008 issue. There will be an overview of the U.S. and world economies, trends in the 3PL market, and a review of merger and acquisition activity in the material handling industry. Join us for this informative webcast that will tell you what to prepare for in 2008.
“SAP for the Rest of Us: With NetSuite, Every Business Can Have the Power of the Big Boys”
Webinar provided by: NetSuite
Learn why businesses are calling NetSuite “SAP for the Rest of Us.” Hear Zach Nelson, CEO, of NetSuite, Inc. and a panel of NetSuite customers experienced with big ERP discuss the business benefits of on-demand solutions over traditional, big-ticket, on-premise applications such as MySAP.
“Business Finance Webcast: Make Better Use of ERP ”
Webinar provided by: Infor
Few companies make full use of their expensive major IT ERP investments. Although the term “business process re-engineering” may sound passé, companies have many opportunities to improve their process efficiency and effectiveness using existing capabilities of their software. Companies also fail to use their ERP systems to better support performance management by, for example, using the full range of financial and non-financial data to establish, track and monitor key performance metrics. The biggest hurdle to getting more out of ERP may simply to understand what is possible.
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