The cost of a global enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation can be minimized through centralized management of core processes, IT applications, and master data. Significantly, standardization streamlines operations and enhances process efficiency.
In an article published in the OAUG Insight magazine, Kartik Subbaraman and Chinmay Jain, Infosys experts, propose a 'fitment quadrant' across several dimensions for shared service in ERP systems:
This article appeared in the fall 2011 issue of OAUG Insight magazine, the official publication of the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), and is reprinted with permission.
Kartik Subbaraman, Lead Consultant, Oracle practice, Infosys
Kartik delivers end-to-end Oracle solutions for retail, manufacturing, and high-technology companies. He can be reached at
Chinmay Jain, Industry Principal, Oracle practice, Infosys
Chinmay has rich experience in consulting and end-to-end Oracle implementation at manufacturing and high-technology companies. He can be reached at
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