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ERPEnterprise Resource Planning
ERPElectronic Road Pricing
ERPElectronic Road Pricing (Singapore roads)
ERPEmergency Response Plan
ERPEffective Radiated Power
ERPEnvironmental Resource Permit
ERPEarth Rotation Parameters
ERPÉtablissement Recevant du Public (French: Establishment Open to the Public)
ERPEstimated Retail Price
ERPEmployee Referral Program
ERPEjército Revolucionario del Pueblo (Argentina)
ERPEnvironmental Results Program
ERPEquity Risk Premium (for company valuation models)
ERPEffective Refractory Period
ERPEcosystem Restoration Program (California)
ERPEnforcement Response Plan
ERPElectronic Resource Planning
ERPEvaluation des Risques Professionnels (France, Professional Risks Assessment)
ERPEnforcement Response Policy
ERPEuropean Recovery Plan
ERPError Recovery Procedure
ERPEarly Retirement Plan
ERPEmergency Room Physician
ERPEmergency Response Procedure
ERPEndoscopic Retrograde Pancreatography
ERPEnvironmental Resource Program
ERPExternal Research Program (various locations)
ERPEnergy Related Product
ERPEmployment Related Practices (Insurance)
ERPEarly Receptor Potential
ERPEngineering Resource Planning
ERPEar Reference Point (ITU-T)
ERPEstrogen Receptor Protein
ERPEnvironmentally Responsible Procurement
ERPEarly Redemption Penalty (mortgages)
ERPEmergency Recovery Plan
ERPExtended Refit Period
ERPEnvironmental Resource Planning
ERPErotic Role Play
ERPExterior Router Protocol
ERPEveryday Rob People
ERPEmergency Residence Project (Ames, IA)
ERPElectronic Retail Payment
ERPEnterprise Resource Products
ERPEnhanced-Resolution Printing
ERPExtended Range Projectile
ERPEnvironmental Restoration Plan
ERPEffective Replacement Policy
ERPEarly Reduction Program
ERPExtended Refit Program (US DoD)
ERPEnd-Route Rally Point
ERPEmployee Review Panel
ERPEmployment Reduction Process
ERPEntity Reporting Process
ERPEquipment Reception Point
ERPEnterprise Requirement System
ERPExecutive Readiness Program (formerly Pre-XD)
ERPEngineering Requirements Plan
ERPEnroute Reporting Point
ERPEquipment Reception Party
ERPEmerson Radio and Phonograph Company
ERPEvent Response Procedure
ERPEnd-Range Pain
ERPEmployee Retention Program/Plan
ERPEarly Resource Planning
ERPEquipment Repair Part
ERPElectronic Registration Program
ERPElectronic Requirement Plan
ERPEngagement Range Program
ERPEngineering Regulating Point
ERPEmitter, Receiver, Processor
ERPEmergency Ration Pack
ERPEuler-Rodrigues Parameter
ERPExact Route Position
ERPEngine Room Pump
ERPEuropean Restoral Plan
ERPEducational Radio Project (NBC Radio, 1930s)
ERPEducation Refund Plan (Saudi Aramco; Saudi Arabia)
ERPEstimated Resident Population (Australia)
ERPEquipment Replacement Plan
ERPExposure and Response Prevention (OCD treatment)
ERPEdmonton Research Park (Edmonton, Canada)
ERPExchange Rate Protection
ERPExperience Rating Plan (insurance)
ERPEmissions Reduction Project (various organizations)
ERPEmissions Reduction Plan (various organizations)
ERPExtended Reporting Period (insurance claims)
ERPEdilizia Residenziale Pubblica (Italian: Public Housing)
ERPEvent Related Potential (EEG)
ERPEuropean Recovery Program
ERPEuropean Recovery Programme
ERPEnhanced Recovery Program (health care)
ERPEconomic Recovery Plan (various locations)
ERPEducation Research Program (various locations)
ERPEvent-Related Brain Potential
ERPExpense Reduction Program
ERPExternal Review Panel
ERPExecutive Retirement Plan
ERPExternal Reference Point (Sprint)
ERPExchange Rate Policies
ERPEvent-Related Potential
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Scott Phares, vice president of business services for the application software firm Business Engine says, "I hate to beat up on ERP, but it has the most visibility as the most expensive but least-value-derived kind of implementation.
Technical consulting costs include modeling and designing additional software, writing machine-readable code and implementing existing imbedded ERP software templates.
This is the conundrum that ERP vendors are facing today.
PeopleSoft's ERP suite is differentiated from others by what the company calls ERO -- optimization of all the resources, not just the planning.
A team assessed the structure and implementation schedule for a planned, company-wide ERP, the services offered by several outsourcing vendors and the functions and capabilities delivered by a point solution.
Usually, midsize companies buy ERP in one of two ways: directly, from a software vendor, or indirectly, through a value-added reseller (VAR).
Popular modules section lists down the most common modules available within ERP across various industries.
New web-based, SaaS or software as a service applications are entering the market at record pace, as well as a new line of scaled down on-premise ERP applications and hybrids.
The main purpose of this report is to map out major value and cost aspects relating to ERP systems in large Nordic companies.
com), for ERP professionals, ERP software, ERP vendors and enterprise systems information announces its media sponsorship for the first international conference on computing for geospatial research and application on June 21st - June 23rd in Washington, DC.