Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - News, Features, and Slideshows


  • IBM wins $95.5m Defence ERP contract

    IBM has won a $95.5 million contract to deliver the initial design for the Department of Defence’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) program.

  • QIC invests in cloud ERP, HCM

    Queensland Investment Corporation is preparing to roll out Oracle’s enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise resource management (ERM) and human capital management (HCM) SaaS offerings as part of a broader cloud push.

  • Putting AI into your ERP strategy

    ERP lies at the heart of most organisations' business processes and is undergoing a radical transformation to meet the demands of digital business. The postmodern ERP era creates a stable, agile core that supports differentiated processes to deliver business outcomes.

  • Demystifying the new SAP ERP pricing model

    The issue of indirect access to SAP's underlying enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and the impact it has on licensing has caused no end of headaches for organisations running the popular software over the past couple of years.

  • Warning over Transport for NSW ERP rollout

    The New South Wales Auditor-General has issued a warning on the potential impact of changes to the rollout of an SAP-based ERP system for the state government’s transport agencies.

  • SPARQ gears up for Energy Queensland ERP rollout

    SPARQ Solutions is preparing for the rollout of a new enterprise resource planning (ERP)/enterprise asset management (EAM) system for Energy Queensland, following the formal 1 July launch of the state-owned company.

  • Defence prepares for massive ERP overhaul

    The Department of Defence has begun seeking systems integrators as it moves ahead with what it believes is the largest ERP program implementation by the Australian government.

  • Cloud at core of PSC digital transformation

    Cloud services have been central to a transformation program at the Professional Standards Council that has seen the PSC move to an architecture that allows employees to work “anywhere, any time,” according to Carla Oliver.

  • CSG inks deal with Ausenco

    Australian ICT services firm CSG (ASX:CSV) has inked a deal with engineering firm Ausenco for the implementation of an Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.

  • The trouble with supply-chain best practices

    Best Practices: It's an often overused term that can apply to literally any decision-making process: parenting quandaries, personal finance questions, buying a house, getting a job, or selecting a puppy breed.