#ERPchat 16 - What Will Be the Influential ERP Trends in 2014?
Wednesday 29th January (4pm GMT, 11am EST, 8am PST)
Held once a month, #ERPchat gives the ERP community on Twitter an opportunity to discuss the burning questions within the ERP software market. Once the dust has settled, The #ERPchat Tour brings 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 predicting the influential ERP software trends for 2014. Over the past month the clairvoyant consultants and psychic system analysts have been making their predictions for 2014, but now it’s your chance to have your say on the matter.
As with many of these predictions lists, ERP trends from last year are likely to feature heavily. But which of these trends have gone off the boil and which new trends have taken their place? Here are some questions to get your predictive juices flowing….
- Will cloud ERP vendors reign supreme, or is the market becoming saturated?
- Has the craze for social collaboration already begun to die down?
- Will mobile ERP become the dominant platform for system access?
- Will SAP HANA be a success or another Business By Design?
#ERPChat takes place on the last Wednesday of the month (Wednesday 29th January) at 4pm GMT (11am EST, 8am PST). For more information on #ERPchat follow @ERPfocus on Twitter
#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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