ERP Evaluations – Are you Covered?

When it comes to ERP products, the label “Tier 1” is most frequently associated with Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft. But while these vendors certainly boast some of the most robust and configurable software packages available, there are many compelling arguments against limiting an ERP evaluation to these three.

Consider IFS Applications. Why leave out one of the fastest growing ERP companies that happens to have displaced many Tier 1 solutions in the Gartner Magic Quadrant?

Tiers 1 and 2

It is true that not all enterprise software is created equally, and so we refer to products as Tier 1 or Tier 2 based on various points of comparison.  But there is no single authority on how these labels are applied to products. As points of view or biases vary, the Tier 1 lists fluctuate. In fact, Microsoft sometimes doesn’t make the cut [Click to read more.]

Also: Corning Data Joins the IFS Partner Network as a Channel Partner

To learn more, contact Corning Data at 800-455-5996 or info@corningdata.com.

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