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SAP ERPSAP S4HANAOracle E-Business SuitePeopleSoftSAP Business OneMicrosoft Dynamics AXJD Edwards EnterpriseOneIFS Applications
ERP is stable. The outcome is clear to us as far as the design goes.
SAP is already working on improvements by doing annual releases with enhancements.
The solution makes its use and the management of our infrastructure easy.
Because I'm a procure-to-pay consultant, I mostly look at that angle, and I have a bit of experience with sales and distribution. I also like the integration between S/4HANA and other ERPs because S/4HANA is a suite. For example, the integration between S/4HANA and EWM Transportation Management, and Ariba.
Oracle E-Business Suite is a stable product.
It can easily be developed into an application.
PeopleSoft is a good core system. It has a lot of functionality. They frequently update the solution and recently they have added some good enhancements features for higher education. We just switched to the new fluid interface and that is working very well for us is very good.
We bought all licenses for the whole package in the very beginning, and now we're just paying for 404 licensed maintenance. It's a standard fee. Of course, we still pay partners for implementation.
Support is really good.
The stability is very good.
We did not have any problems with the scalability of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing.
The best feature is the maintenance module, which is essentially an industry-specific workflow designed with a manufacturing module as per industry standards. It's very precise and specific without having complex functionalities. It's straightforward. Field Service Management is definitely a wonderful product that IFS has developed because it caters to field services. The energy and utility sectors can answer their business needs using the software.
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I work for a mid-sized AEC company. We currently use an older version of BST Enterprise. Which ERP systems do you recommend that would be the most compatible? Thanks! I appreciate the help.