How can I study ERP

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    My dear friends!  I want  to study erp ,but I do  not  know how to do it ! can you help me?

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kreiley
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Here are a few tips (seven to be precise):

http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/bi-applications/7-tips-on-becoming-an-erp-co...

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