| | DECEMBER 20178IN MY OPINIONEnterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and software have routinely been in mainstream use by many organizations seeking to simplify business processes and technical complexity. Since the turn of the century, many IT staffs have been focused on phasing out those legacy systems that have lingered in the business too long or are attempting to reduce complexity and irregularities associated with best-of-bread applications, which have not interfaced well with the main "system of record" ERP solution. These efforts were (and for some still are) daunting tasks and typically do not gain wide support from the broader organization, since many within the business retain the memory of how difficult it was to migrate to the existing ERP system in the first place.Modernize Your Business withCloud ERPBy Mark Davison,VP & CIO at Delek US Holdings
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