ERP Software: The End of Enterprise Technology As We Know It HD

ERP Software: The End of Enterprise Technology As We Know It
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The End of Enterprise Technology As We Know It.

ERP software has been dying a slow death for the past few decades, but is it time for the end of ERP software as we know it? With all of the talk around ERP software potentially meeting its death, questions loom about why ERP may be going away and what that means for the future of enterprise technology. In this video I’ll talk about those questions and take a look at various answers to them.


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beppino21
10:55
Analysis that I fully agree with.
Personally, I have 30 years of experience in international ERP implementations.
I have produced solutions to make these softwares flexible and we have had great commercial success with «all-in-one» solutions. But the truth is that we have always been opposed first of all directly by the ERP producer because in contrast with their real goal: to sell licenses and protect a so-called «Eco system» which is being reduced only to a sales network but which has no realization skills and regularly fails projects.
With the speed of change in today's business models, the ecosystem approach created by large software vendors produces much more failures than successes.
Thanks again, best regards.
Tang Bolo
13:57
Erp + low code is what I believe for the future. But if one day in the future low code can provide good ERP Model. I will be happy to replace my Netsuite.
Henghist Bluetooth
14:51
+1
Seems that what you’re saying is that 2030 is going to look a lot like 1990. Not entirely convinced.
DPK12
16:36
Eric your references of ERP vendors acquiring solutions to fill a gap are years out of date…
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Brochacho Borracho
19:51
I don't believe ERP in general is dying or going away. I think companies like SAP and Microsoft are going to be the ones to evolve and survive. There will always be a market for all types of platforms and systems.

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