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January 12, 2006

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Neto

Opensource ERP software is just as good as commercial software. You just have to find the right one for your company.

erpuniversity

good initiatives being taken in the field of Open Source ERP. Major among them are ERP Training ,ERP Presentation and ERP Dictionary. Looking at them shows what is the future of open source ERP systems. Initiatives for guiding people to use it for free. you can find them here http://www.open-source-erp-site.com

wwv.excltechnologies.com

The Major ERP Vendors have failed to meet the aspirations of Small and Medium Industries vis a vis cost, performance, flxibility and ease of use. Over and above high costs, SMEs are forced to acquire large servers, highly qualified technical personnel, pay user based fees and recurring license costs etc.

The core intent of SME of optimizing cost is lost the moment they are fooled into going for a oversized, underutilized, misfit ERP.

Only open source ERPs like SYS-APPS (www.excltechnologies.com), designed to totally de-clutter operations and integrate Planning, Purchase, Inventory, Production, Sales, Accounting and HR into well knit, smooth running departments, can serve SMEs effectively and help them realize their goal of improved efficiency, with lower input costs.

candylover

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