Line56.com: ERP Seats Unused: "Forty-six percent of enterprise resource planning (ERP) seats are empty, according to a survey of 271 companies recently conducted by AMR Research.
This is an artifact of the Y2K ERP buying spree that saw vendors offer discounts on high-volume seat purchases. However, in the wake of the recession of 2001, '[some] companies actually downsized to the point where they had more ERP licenses than employees,' notes analyst Jim Shepherd of AMR Research. "
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