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ERP 2020

ERP 2020
New Energy Reflects Changing Customer Expectations (A Decision Insights Report)

Authored by: Tanya Egbert and Sam Eaquinto June 17, 2020 | Read Time: 7  minutes

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Recent purchase decisions in the healthcare ERP market (defined by KLAS as financials [GL/AP], HR & payroll, and supply chain management) have been largely dominated by provider organizations looking to move to the cloud. Hoped-for benefits include improved system reliability and security, improved efficiency, and reduced capital investment. But there are challenges with cloud solutions as well, such as poor implementations, limited functionality, and outages and connectivity issues. This report examines 73 ERP purchase decisions made since the beginning of 2019 to determine the reasons behind ERP replacements and new selections. What is most important to provider organizations: technology and innovation, or vendor experience and relationships? Which vendors are gaining momentum, and which are being left behind?

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Key Findings:

  1. Cloud Solutions from Workday, Oracle, and Infor Dominate Considerations
  2. Functionality/Technology & User Experience Driving Decisions
  3. Premier & Allscripts Not Often Considered
  4. Cloud Solutions Generating Energy
  5. Wins/Likely Selections—by Organization Bed Size
  6. Vendor Summaries
  7. Other Vendors in the ERP Space
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