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Dear Experts,

I am planing to learning ERP system, planing and designing, not techical side of it.
I am basically managing a team who will be implementing that system using Oracle system.
Where to get information from, Designing, type of software availalbe...etc
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First question, which ERP system your team is going to implement, as ERP systems vary from vendor to vendor or you are planning to build an ERP System?

You can check this book: http://www.leon-leon.com/it/erpdse/ which explains most of the ERP concepts.
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you can see how much I have to learn about ERP.  when you say different vendor, do you mean it can be from different compay, ERP is not like Microsoft or Cisco company?

I will go through the link you sent me, I hope it answer my questions.
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Yea, Microsoft or CISCO are just big names.. there are many small vendors which develops ERP applications and implement them as per customers requirement.
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