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ERP Software Comparison - Oracle, SAP, Peoplesoft, Microsoft and Siebel

An article entitled ERP Packages Feature Comparison by Elisabeth Rainier of the ITtoolbox blog New Trends & Techniques in Managing CRM & SAP Projects, provides a useful comparison of the following ERP systems: -

  • Microsoft Great Plains version 7.5 and previews of Microsoft Great Plains version 8.0
  • Oracle E-Business Suite 11.5.9
  • PeopleSoft Enterprise 8.8 and 8.9 and EnterpriseOne 8.11
  • SAP mySAP Business Suite R/3 4.6 and SAP R/3 Enterprise 4.7
  • Siebel 7.5 and Siebel 7.7

For the players and software versions mentioned above, you’ll find a study which provides a comparative, multi-vendor assessment across the three major phases of the application lifecycle: implementation, application usage, and ongoing support and maintenance.

I haven’t come across many ERP software comparisons on the web so if anyone else knows of other comparisons available online please add your comments and links to this post.

Posted by Richard Byrom on 07/13 at 05:47 PM
  1. Hello. Bloghopping

    Posted by czar  on  07/14  at  12:13 AM
  2. Hi,

    I went to the link and found nothing except a few advertisement about the lady who wrote some articles, although they were informative, but I did not find the ACTUAL comparitive study in terms of price vis-a-vis usage and successful or not-so-successful numbers. Anyways, I am doing my own comparative study as syndicated by my employer for the purpose of making it easy for the “layman” TOP decision makers in any size of organization who are not ERP-savvy. I will share it whenever it is complete. Until then, happy searching,

    Amir Ali Tayyab
    ERP Implementor since 1987

    Posted by Amir Ali Tayyab  on  06/20  at  12:52 AM
  3. Check out the first link in the article which is working correctly. That should take you to the comparison

    Posted by Richard Byrom  on  06/20  at  05:42 AM

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