#ERPchat 15 - What Have Been the Biggest ERP Trends of 2013?

Wednesday 27th November (4pm GMT, 11am EST, 8am PST)

#ERPchat has changed. For the better. Now held once a month, #ERPchat will discuss the burning questions in the ERP software market. From these discussions, The #ERPchat Tour will bring the highlights from each chat to the biggest and best ERP software blogs out there. If you are interested in welcoming The #ERPchat Tour to your blog or guest-hosting the next #ERPchat, tweet us @ERPfocus.

This month's #ERPchat is all about the biggest ERP software trends of 2013. Towards the end of the year, you can’t read an industry blog without being force fed “next year’s trends”. For a change, we thought it would be a good idea to focus on the trends that have dominated this year in the ERP market, afterall, we are a very reflective bunch here at ERP Focus.

Over the course of the year, we have given you our two cents on growing trends such as mobile and social collaboration. But is there any ERP trend that has stood out to you as being the most influential? Here are some sub-topics to consider ahead of #ERPchat No.15:

  • What trend has seen the most rapid adoption within the ERP software market?
  • Which predicted ERP trends of 2013 have failed to materialize?
  • Which trend has been the most disruptive in the ERP market?

#ERPchat takes place on the last Wednesday of the month (Wednesday 27th November) at 4pm GMT (11am EST, 8am PST). For more information on #ERPchat follow @ERPfocus on Twitter

About #ERPchat

#ERPchat is the only dedicated twitter chat for the ERP software community. Hosted by ERPfocus.com, #ERPchat brings together the ERP market for a monthly chat. Each month ERP Focus will set a new topic which will be open for discussion during an hour-long session on the last Wednesday of the month….Read More

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Tom Feltham

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Tom Feltham was Editor at ERP Focus for three years from 2013-2016. Tom still keeps tabs on the ERP software market and occasionally puts pen to paper when inspiration strikes.

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Tom Feltham