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Christophe So Launches ERP Journal on Ulitzer
Free Softwares overtakes proprietary softwares on the management softwares market
By: Krisandra Russo
Mar. 18, 2009 11:00 PM
Christophe So of Open ERP launched the ERP Journal on Ulitzer. ERP Journal offers more than 10,000 articles, blogs, news stories, and press releases, and is updated with live stories around the clock.
The current economic situation has created a difficult time for business, but some industries continue to do well and pose significant opportunities. In IT also some technologies which help industries to drive efficiencies and profitability like Unified Communications, Virtualizetion and Business Intelligence will provide competitiveness to organizations in the current economic environment. These technologies help to make better and quicker fact based decisions, enables all types of decision making in the organization, Operational, Tactical or Strategic, deployed fast and scales with your requirement and enables decision making at all levels of the organization, Personal, Team or Organisation wide.
Free Softwares overtakes proprietary softwares on the management softwares market. Open ERP V5 takes an unquestionable lead on its larger competitors. Two very thorough studies have compared Open ERP with its proprietary and free competitors, showing an advance of several years for Open ERP: The ERP Open Source white paper by Smile: A study carried out over six months by experts of Smile. Evaluation-Matrix.Com: A community approach with a pragmatic evaluation of the management software company. One should expect exponential growth and shining out comes for Open ERP in the future.
By 2015, three out of five books will be published at Ulitzer. TIME, The New York Times, and Scientific American will be replaced by Ulitzer in the next five years!
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