[Poll] Most annoying Enterprise software

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Most annoying Enterprise software

Oracle Peoplesoft, JD Edwards, or Netsuite
0
No votes
ADempiere
0
No votes
SAP Business
1
17%
Apache OFBiz
0
No votes
Microsoft Dynamics
1
17%
IFS Applications
0
No votes
Dolibarr
0
No votes
Sage Business Cloud X3
0
No votes
ERPNext
0
No votes
Epicor
0
No votes
Infor
0
No votes
Axelor ERP
0
No votes
Syteline
0
No votes
Macola
0
No votes
WebERP
1
17%
Deltek
0
No votes
Syspro
0
No votes
Intact
1
17%
Excel (or other) spreadsheet
1
17%
Another proprietary ERP
1
17%
Another open source ERP
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 6

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[Poll] Most annoying Enterprise software

Post by Tdarcos »

I'd also like to know why you picked that one.

I'd like to thank BryanB for his suggestion.
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Re: [Poll] Most annoying Enterprise software

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I went with SAP because I think they make software that actively wants you to fail or at least force you to figure out three ways of doing things just in the hopes that you'll remember one of them going forward (you won't). I'm grateful I never had to use it enough for it to become second nature.

Lotus Notes should be a poll option.

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Re: [Poll] Most annoying Enterprise software

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Lotus notes is so old nobody even lists it anymore.

Reminds me of the days when I and other people traded DOS software in college circa 1986. I carried a whole suitcase full of hundreds of diskettes, along with blanks. If I had it, you could make a copy and if you didn't have the discs I sold blank ones at a slight markup. Of all the software I had, the worst was Symphony, Lotus' successor to 1-2-3. Took like 14 discs, and even though they could get it for free, nobody wanted it. Wasn't even worth the price of the diskettes needed to store it on.
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