Los Angeles, CA, July 01, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- ERP.com (www.erp.com
), a leading enterprise resource planning community site that brings together ERP practitioners and software vendors with the latest enterprise technology information, resources, and software reviews launches the new ERP software selection calculator to streamline the pricing model comparisons amongst the hundreds of ERP software solutions available to businesses today.
Almost half of ERP software implementations fail from an investment perspective. A key driver for the success of an ERP implementation begins with choosing the right application with the right pricing model. The ERP system that is selected should be based on total cost of ownership and pricing models as well as for the features and functionality of the technology. “Comparing the various pricing scenarios between solutions is critical to assessing the ROI on an ERP implementation, it’s often difficult to get a baseline comparison between options, this simple pricing tool helps” says Elle Garofalo, enterprise consultant for Kaiser Permanente, a leading health care organization.
The simple ERP Software Comparison Calculator™ tool, available to all ERP.com members was developed to provide another helpful ERP software selection tool to the ERP community. ERP.com also offers a Software Selector Tool to help ERP practitioners to filter through hundreds of ERP software solutions based on features, functionality, company size and industry.
What is ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning?
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Based in Los Angeles, California, ERP.com is a professional community site focused on offering the most up to date and relevant information on enterprise resource planning and a forum for ERP practitioners to collaborate, share information, market and develop sales leads the hi-tech business community.