ERP ROI: Myth and Reality

This report explains why users should steer clear of self-serving vendor and consultant claims about ROI. ERP ROI: Myth and Reality also documents why software investments with zero or negative ROI are fully justified by structural necessity.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

March 29, 2004

1 Min Read

200+ business and technology managers at Fortune 1000, Government and mid-market organizations spent about an hour each supplying Peerstone analysts with detailed information about their ERP ROI challenges and successes.

Peerstone Research's ERP ROI: Myth and Reality presents the key factual findings from this exhaustive survey of SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft and JD Edwards customers. This 55 page report is full of useful charts, diagrams, verbatim user commentary and analysis. ERP ROI: Myth and Reality covers:

Cost-side reasons for ROI failures Benefit-side reasons for ROI failures Non-ROI failure The right way to cost justify ERP projects Breaking out ERP customer goals in detail What users can do to control ERP costs

This fact-based report documents ERP ROI challenges and solutions as presented by 200+ peers running ERP applications from SAP, Oracle and PeopleSoft. ERP ROI: Myth and Reality also highlights the organizational challenges of implementing ERP applications.

Buy this report to help validate your organizations ERP ROI strategy, investments and vendor selections.

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