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Hardware and Software Requirements for Implementation of ERP in Technical Education Institutes in India
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Sandeep Singhal, Dr. Puneet Tandon, S.K.Sharma
Database, Database Layers, Modules, Systems, erp, implementation
ERP provides an integrated solution within which all facets of an organization and its data can interoperate. Most of the big ERP firms market products for higher technical education. For the most part, these vendors have taken a corporate solution and refashioned it to fit the specific needs of the nonprofit academic sector. In this paper we study and analysis of Hardware and Software Requirements for Implementation of ERP in Technical Education Institutes in India through venders of EPR and system administrators in educational institutes.
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