ERP Portal

The portal is available to ERP vendors and ERP implementers at no charge and is self-serve. The portal includes basic and enhanced listings for ERP systems and ERP implementers. The basic listing is available to all vendors. The enhanced listing is only for systems and implementers that we have certified based on a successful implementation with our client(s)or positive feedback from our customer satisfaction survey by clients of the vendors.

Recent ERP News

We don’t think so. There are many excellent products built by small companies for specific industries that are worthy of consideration. But there are risks that the vendor will not be around for the long haul. There are a number of ways to evaluate long-term viability: The system is built with old technology that is [...]

It’s not time to celebrate when the system goes live. Nor is it time to celebrate even if it’s on time or on budget. It’s only time to celebrate if the benefits in the business case have been realized. Ideally the benefits are in the form of a measurable metric or a Key Performance Indicator [...]

We ask the finalists in our software selection projects for a detailed breakdown of implementation costs by module (g/l, a/r, a/p, purchasing…) and by task (customization, integration, conversion, project management, design…). We provide them with a lot of information to make the estimate possible: detailed requirements business process review which includes process, problems, type of [...]

Buyer beware when estimating the costs of an ERP implementation. There are so many unknowns that make it really tough to avoid unpleasant surprises. The vendors are very reluctant to fix price anything when it comes to the services required because of the many unknowns – scope of work, who does what, capabilities and available [...]

September 1, 2015 from CPA Magazine and written by Michael Burns – “Welcome to our annual vendor survey on enterprise resource planning (ERP) software…” This year’s article is mostly about elusive ROI and what to look for when it comes to technology. The survey includes almost 100 ERP systems with key information for the following categories: Company [...]

June 1, 2015 from CPA Magazine and written by Michael Burns – “Making a business case for technology investments is challenging – and potentially career limiting. Anything you can learn from our peers’ experience in making these investments can be helpful in crafting a case. That is why we decided to run our own IT [...]

2014 from PwC – “…The brave new world of business application software is rapidly transforming how corporate IT departments source and implement all kinds of critical systems. Perhaps nowhere is this truer than in the realm of ERP systems, the software that runs virtually every large company in the world. CIOs are rethinking their approach [...]

We include small vendors in our system selection projects but only when we believe that they have a good client base, are really good for a specific industry and are using recent technology. A small company can also be a successful company and there are benefits to being a bigger fish in a smaller pond. [...]

Murphy’s Law is alive and well thanks to ERP implementations. The problems that often arise can be avoided and/or the impact reduced by good planning in advance and strong project management. Here are a few ways to fight Murphy: Ensure you have the right people (your A team) on the project and enough of their time [...]

March 27, 2015 from CFO – “Senior finance executives share their advice on selecting and implementing enterprise resource planning systems.”… 180 View – CFO asked the executives a number of questions including about value, total cost of ownership, flexibility, how to evaluate ERP vendors and implementation advice. One piece of advice was “Invest your best [...]

2015 from Shea Business Solutions – “…By their nature, ERP projects are large and complex. They never go according to plan. Things always come up, plans always change, people always have different priorities. As much as possible, build this into your plan. Have some contingencies – if you can’t work on some tasks for some [...]

January 28, 2015 from InformationWeek – “Enterprise resource planning software is the ultimate legacy application. On the downside, ERP has earned a reputation for costly, time-consuming deployments and maintenance, outdated user interfaces, and general inflexibility.…” 180 View – The cloud is supposed to make ERP implementations a lot easier according to pundits and vendors alike. [...]

January 1, 2015 from CPA Magazine by Michael Burns – “We all hear the bad news when a vendor is sued over a failed implementation. When this happens, we assume there are many other unhappy customers whose experiences do not get broadcast, because most companies would rather not litigate. But are there also many happy customers? [...]

November 10. 2014 from LinkedIn – “…Why is it that so many ERP implementations go so wrong? In my current role I meet regularly with ERP survivors and casualties. My best but unscientific estimate is that 90-95% of them have horror stories to share…” 180 View – There is a big difference between a horror [...]

December 16, 2014 from IndustryWeek – “I sometimes find it difficult to describe what I do to friends and acquaintances who have careers outside of manufacturing and rarely give much thought to how things actually get made. To the uninitiated, if I were to say “I help manufacturers to implement continuous improvement (CI) models” or [...]


You may filter Systems and Implementers by classifications, tiers, and distribution models. Selection will be automatically updated. [+] Show Filter Options


  • Financial
  • Distribution
  • Manufacturing
  • Public Sector
  • Construction
  • Retail
  • Professional Services


  • Tier One
  • Tier Two
  • Tier Three

Distribution Model

  • License Based
  • SaaS


An ERP system automates business processes across most, if not all, departments within an organization of any size or industry. Our definition of ERP encompasses accounting systems, which can automate business processes across departments within a smaller company.

The products have been segregated by tier based on target customer and price. Within each tier, we have further classified which applications are applicable to the systems as well as the distribution model. See the filter box above to sort for the desired tier, application, and distribution model.

Tier One/Enterprise

  • Customer Revenues > $200M
  • Customer Employees > 500
  • License Fees > $300k
  • Implementation Fees:License Fees > 2:1
  • 3rdwave
  • Glovia G2
  • IFS
  • Infor Lawson
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
  • JD Edwards World
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Oracle PeopleSoft
  • SAP All-in-One

Tier Two/Mid Market

  • Customer Revenues $10M-$200M
  • Customer Employees 50-500
  • License Fees $50k-$300k
  • Implementation Fees:License Fees 1:1-2:1
  • AccountMate 9 for SQL
  • Acumatica Cloud ERP
  • Blackbaud
  • Blue Link Elite
  • BST
  • CBS Systems
  • Chempax
  • Cincom
  • Clearview InFocus
  • Coda
  • Compiere
  • CTRL
  • Deltek Ajera
  • Deltek Costpoint
  • Deltek Maconomy
  • Deltek Vision
  • Encompix
  • Epicor
  • eWholesale
  • Exact Macola
  • Foundation 3000
  • FreeBalance
  • Friedman
  • Glovia G2
  • Go Business
  • Howell Data Systems
  • IFS
  • Infor SmartStream FMS
  • Infor SunSystems
  • Infor SyteLine
  • Infor VISUAL
  • Intacct
  • Intuitive ERP
  • IQMS
  • Made2Manage
  • Maestro Technologies
  • Mar-Kov Chemical Management System
  • MasterTools ERP
  • Microsoft Dynamics GP
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  • Microsoft Dynamics SL
  • Minotaur Software
  • Momentis Fashion System
  • Multiview
  • Netsuite Inc.
  • Odoo (formerly OpenERP)
  • OMS Enterprise Business Software
  • Plex
  • ProcessPro
  • Projector PSA
  • Pronto Software
  • Q360
  • QAD
  • Rapid Response Manufacturing
  • Rootstock Software
  • Ross ERP
  • Sage 300 (formerly Accpac)
  • Sage 500 (formerly MAS 500)
  • Sage X3
  • SAP Business One
  • SAP ByDesign
  • Scoopsoft
  • Serenic Navigator
  • Tenrox
  • Tyler Technologies
  • Unanet
  • Unit4 Business World
  • ERP
  • Visual 2000 International
  • Visual
  • WinMan
  • xTuple ERP

Tier Three/Entry Level

  • Customer Revenues < $10M
  • Customer Employees < 50
  • License Fees < $50k
  • Implementation Fees:License Fees < 1:1
  • Ability 585
  • Accelerated ERP Software
  • AccountMate 8 for LAN
  • Acomba
  • Adagio Accounting
  • Aria 4XP ERP
  • Carillon
  • Connected Accounting
  • Cougar Mountain
  • Cyma
  • DacEasy
  • Deltek Ajera
  • Dynacom Enterprise ERP
  • EBMS
  • ECi M1
  • Enterprise 21
  • Everest
  • eWholesale
  • Flexx
  • Foundation 3000
  • FreshBooks
  • Genius Solutions
  • Global Shop
  • IndustriOS
  • Infor VISUAL
  • Integrated Office Accounting
  • MANITOU Accounting
  • MasterTools ERP
  • Microsoft Dynamics POS
  • Microsoft Dynamics RMS
  • OMS Enterprise Business Software
  • ProcessPro
  • Quantus ERP Solution
  • QuickBooks
  • Rapid Response Manufacturing
  • Ross ERP
  • Sage 100 (formerly MAS 90/200)
  • Sage 50
  • Sage BusinessVision
  • SouthWare
  • VersAccounts
  • Visual 2000 International


Systems may be implemented by the developer of the software or by their business partners sometimes called Value Added Resellers.

Acumatica Cloud ERP

  • Aqurus Solutions Inc.
  • NexTec Group
  • PC Bennett Consulting

Adagio Accounting

  • Stief Group
  • Walkcon Inc.

Deltek Vision



  • BAASS Business Solutions Inc.
  • GWA Business Solutions Inc.

Infor Lawson

  • Ciber
  • Commsoft Technologies

Infor SyteLine

  • Barry Wehmiller International Resources (BWIR)
  • Copley Consulting Group
  • Essential Software Solutions
  • Novipro Inc
  • Trellisys Technologies
  • Veits Group


  • ERP That Works
  • Opticca Consulting
  • Synergy Resources LLC

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

JD Edwards World

Microsoft Dynamics AX

  • ADNM International
  • Barry Wehmiller International Resources (BWIR)
  • BDO Canada, LLP
  • Bredet Services Inc.
  • Candlewest
  • Encore Business Solutions
  • Fine Solutions
  • Fullscope
  • Hitachi Solutions
  • Merit Solutions
  • MIG & Co.
  • NMB Solutions
  • Radiant Technologies
  • SHEA Business Solutions
  • Thinkmax

Microsoft Dynamics GP

Microsoft Dynamics NAV

  • 360 Visibility Inc.
  • ADNM International
  • Axentia
  • Concept Computer Corporation
  • Encore Business Solutions
  • Eximas Corp.
  • Liberty Grove Software, Inc.
  • MIG & Co.
  • PYA Solutions Inc.
  • Radiant Technologies
  • Second Foundation Consulting Inc

Microsoft Dynamics SL

  • MIG & Co.
  • NexTec Group
  • Walkcon Inc.

Oracle E-Business Suite

  • BearingPoint
  • CGI
  • Corning Data Services
  • Deloitte

Pronto Software

Sage 100 (formerly MAS 90/200)

  • Blue Ridge Information Group
  • Clients First
  • Essential Software Solutions
  • Evron Computer Systems
  • Mantralogix
  • MIS Group
  • Net@Work
  • Oates & Company
  • Powershift
  • The Answer Company

Sage 300 (formerly Accpac)

  • BAASS Business Solutions Inc.
  • Blue Ridge Information Group
  • Bredet Services Inc.
  • Britec Computer Systems Ltd.
  • Business Technology Solutions Inc.
  • Computrack Solutions
  • GWA Business Solutions Inc.
  • Net@Work
  • Pur-Logic Solutions
  • SRGG Solutions Inc.
  • Stief Group
  • The Answer Company
  • Unisoft

Sage 500 (formerly MAS 500)

  • Blue Ridge Information Group
  • Bredet Services Inc.
  • CompuData
  • Escape Velocity Systems
  • Essential Software Solutions
  • Mantralogix
  • Net@Work
  • NexTec Group
  • Oates & Company
  • Powershift
  • SBS Group
  • Solution Strategists
  • The Answer Company

Sage BusinessVision

  • BAASS Business Solutions Inc.
  • Britec Computer Systems Ltd.
  • Evron Computer Systems
  • GWA Business Solutions Inc.
  • Net@Work
  • Pur-Logic Solutions
  • The Answer Company

Sage X3

  • NexTec Group

SAP All-in-One

  • CONTAX Inc.
  • Illumiti

SAP Business One

  • APPS Group
  • Clients First
  • Coastal Range
  • Illumiti
  • Syntax
  • VistaVu Solutions

SAP ByDesign

  • Illumiti
  • Radiant Technologies