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Avoiding the Most Common ERP Challenges with Agile Methodologies

  title={Avoiding the Most Common ERP Challenges with Agile Methodologies},
  author={Qawaf Tareq},
Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) systems benefits to organizations are well known around the world. However, ERP implementation projects are complex, expensive and risky. A recent report that wa ... 
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