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Customers Gain the Upper Hand

10:10 AM MDT | June 28, 2007 | Nancy Seewald and Esther D’Amico

There are fundamental changes afoot in the enterprise software sector from both chemical industry buyers and sellers, analysts say. For chemical firms, many of which have already completed major and costly enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations, improving the interconnectivity of their information technology (IT) systems and quantifying returns-on-investment (ROI) have become major focuses. For vendors, the maturing of the lucrative ERP market has pressured them to turn up their focus on product portfolio diversification. Such changes have contributed...

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