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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are a significant enough investment to require the formality of a Request for Proposal (RFP) process. Knowing what to include and what to pay attention to can be the difference between getting what you paid for and investing in a dud.

ERP Defined

ERP is a term for the broad set of activities supported by multi-module application software that help a manufacturer or other business manage several important aspects of its business, including product planning, purchasing, inventory management, interacting with suppliers, providing customer service, and tracking orders. These days, ERP can also include modules for finance, human resources, and customer relationship management aspects of a business.

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Search Code: 335
Published: March 29, 2004
Last Revised: March 29, 2004

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    Susan Nuss | 12-03-2009

    Good template for RFP

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    Adam Rollo | 08-06-2018

    The web links are out of date.

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      Info-Tech Research Group | 08-07-2018

      Hello, Adam. Thank you for bringing this note to our attention. Many of the links are broken or out of date. We're going retire the note.

      If you need further assistance with an RFP for an ERP Solution, our Select and Implement and ERP Solution blueprint may have the information you require (https://www.infotech.com/research/ss/select-and-implement-an-erp-solution).

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