Gartner Research

Agenda Overview for ERP and Enterprise Suites, Finance and Procurement, 2015

Published: 05 January 2015

ID: G00270695

Analyst(s): Deborah Wilson , Magnus Bergfors , John Van Decker , Alexander Drobik , Christopher Iervolino , Nigel Rayner

Summary

This market continues to undergo rapid technology changes, driven by the adoption of cloud computing, mobile, and new transaction and analytics capabilities enabled by in-memory computing. Our 2015 research will help IT, finance and procurement executives exploit these new technologies.

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Analysis

Key Issues

  • How should financial management applications be deployed, and how do they support a postmodern ERP strategy?
  • How are the technologies, markets and vendors for financial management applications evolving, and how will these be affected by the demands of digital business?
  • Which CPM technologies, processes and methodologies will organizations use to improve business performance?
  • How are the technologies, markets and vendors for CPM suites evolving?
  • What processes, business cases, KPIs and best practices should IT master to maximize the value of procurement technologies?
  • How are the technologies, markets and vendors for procurement applications evolving?
  • How will multienterprise application technologies, markets and vendors evolve, and what will be their impacts on postmodern ERP?

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