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ERP -- hosted solutions ?

Posted on 2014-02-13
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  ** We currently have a small 30 user on-premises ERP system
  ** Would like to convert to HOSTED
  ** Allow us to grow to 100+ over the next few years
  ** Not concerned about migrating old data/etc
  ** Need direct SQL access so I can create my own "SQL logic" reports/etc

What would you recommend ?
1.      Microsoft Dynamics AX, GP, etc
2.      http://enterprisesuite.intuit.com
3.      http://www.netsuite.com
4.      http://www.compiere.com
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It depends on:
-The modules of the ERP system you are going to use
-Your industry
-The other systems you have in-house with which you might have to integrate
-Are there non-ERP functions, like eCommerce, that you want the system to support?

Netsuite is a proven platform that is a pretty versatile option to consider, but you want to do a bit of thinking about your requirements in the areas above before doing a specific platform selection.
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