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We are looking for a ERP to support different countries. Hence, multi-language support with cross platform (Window, MAC) is important. Ideally, for the accounting system, it should able to meet different accouting standard locally, such as China, USA, Europe. Is there any option on these (beside SAP) ?

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Check Sales Force at: http://www.salesforce.com/
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We need to start with Finance system first and it should be hosted in our company. Hence, I think SalesForce may not suit our needs.

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Sap is the market leader, but depending on your budget, type of business, etc. you should also look at Microsoft Dynamics, and Oracle (either E Business suite, or JD Edwards EnterpriseOne)
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