The earliest attempts at ERP systems involved calculating machines in the 1940s, growing into solutions that included inventory management and control in the 1960s. Translating these practices into software solutions started in the 70s with Materials Requirements Planning (MRP) software, and the official term ERP made its debut in the 1990s.
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Knowledge has long been quoted as a vital form of power. From Francis Bacon’s writings to NBC’s “The More You Know” public service announcements, knowledge is referred to as a form of power currency. This is especially evident in business leadership, as leaders need knowledge for informed decision-making to direct the future of the company. That power to drive forward, then, is fueled by knowledge.
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