Owing to learning from the past experiences and to the help of specialized selection service providers, selecting an enterprise package has to a degree, become a routine occurrence in the life of an IT organization. Recently however, there has been much noise created by some pundits and vendors belittling the supposedly "archaic" way of selecting software through functions and features. Contrary to that, they would rather sell "business processes" or "solutions," further confusing the already overwhelmed customer. The nagging doubts and questions like "Have we been selecting software the wrong way all this time?!" naturally abound.
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(WMS), customer resource management (CRM), product lifecycle management (PLM), enterprise asset management (EAM) and so on. Then, typically, a service should allow you to: Provide a list of commonly found features and functions by department, process, and module, thereby minimizing the aforementioned user reluctance to complete this necessary documentation. Rank the importance of function areas such as financial management, production, and customer service. Select the required lower-level functions and