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New Research: Resolve Postmodern ERP Data Complexity and Consistency Through Effective Engagement of Business Process Analysts

by Andrew White  |  June 20, 2016  |  1 Comment

My colleague Pat Phelan and I  just published a new note: Resolve Postmodern ERP Data Complexity and Consistency Through Effective Engagement of Business Process Analysts.

In the postmodern ERP era, comprehensive business process knowledge is critical to assuring semantic consistency of data used by enabling solutions. ERP leaders must ensure the business process analyst role is properly defined to address data consistency across ERP and other enterprise applications.

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  1. Brendah says:

    great ideas to resolve post modern ERP data



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