A research note from Nucleus Research titled “Technology Value Matrix – Second Half 2012 Enterprise Resource Planning” places Sage’s ERP X3 in the coveted upper quadrant of ERP leaders. Additional leaders in the quadrant include Epicor ERP, Infor LN, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Oracle JD Edwards Enterpriseone, Oracle Peoplesoft, Plex Online, and SAP ERP.
Nucleus’s free report notes:
The recent evolution of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) market has been dominated by two main trends: The first trend is that of traditional vendors re-designing products in order to make them more user-friendly and easier to maintain. The second
trend is the emergence of a segment of new vendors and solutions employing the latest technologies to challenge traditional ERP and sometimes even trying to re-invent it (more or less successfully).
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