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The Use and Abuse of “Enterprise” Software and What It Truly Means

 
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The Use and Abuse of “Enterprise” Software and What It Truly Means
by System Administrator - Tuesday, 22 July 2014, 1:01 PM
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It’s Time to Rethink “Enterprise” Software

 
Look for the Answer in the Business Process, not the Application

By Tim Walters, Ph.D.

Whether a software product is enterprise-level is not determined by the capabilities of the software, but rather by the nature of the business challenges it supports or addresses. This key statement brings new light to the definition of “enterprise” and what vendors truly mean when they say enterprise software. Download this whitepaper to see how vendors may have pulled blinders over your eyes to meet their needs and see what steps you should take to select the proper vendor for your organization.

Link: ITWhitePapers

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