Let an ASP Manage Your ERP

July 2005
Metal Center News;Summer2005 Supplement, Vol. 45, p11
Trade Publication
The article encourages metal industries to use the application service provider (ASP) in managing the complexities of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. As ERP proved to support several enterprise functions, many companies considered its use. However, its expensive and prolonged customization process and costly implementation make it complicated. With this, the author suggests the use of ASP model as a practical solution for companies who want reduced costs and improved service.


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