ERP Vendors by Industry

Updated: July 22, 2009

The line-up has been compiled from conversations with business software professionals working ERP systems. Reported accounts are found to be reliable, given that it is difficult to understand what some of these firms do, even by visiting their websites.

Hastily throw together. Kindly disregard the spelling, punctuation and syntax errors. Feedback is however encouraged on the factual side, especially if an industry is lacking information or a vendor is misrepresented. Expect a cleaned up, regenerated product due out August 1.

CTR+F to find your industry or module of interest:

prevalent vendors

  • SAP
    • BPC (Businessobjects Planning and Continuity): FP&A; Livenation
  • Oracle
  • Microsoft (dynamics ~$3400/user)
  • IBM
  • Lawson
  • Sage (MAS, Accpacc, Timberline, MasterBuilder-construction, Medware, etc.)
  • Epicor
  • Siemens
  • IFS
  • SYSPRO
  • NetSuite
  • Consona
  • Intacct
  • cs stars, RMIS
  • intuitive, ERP
  • Propeller, 3rd party logistics for Oracle
  • Cycle, PM
  • Intellyss, Integrator
  • Spectec, AMOS
  • Deltek: Costpoint
  • Syspro
  • QAD
  • Infor: Siteline, Baan, Visual, MANMAN, system 21, Hansen (government)
  • Ross: 60 users $300,000
  • Rockwell automation
  • Ramco
  • Inovis: on demand Business Community Management(integration and supply chain optimization)
  • banner
  • progress software
  • cognizant
  • Cincom


construction

  • timberline
  • lewis technology group

consumer goods&services

  • Zymmetry
  • ecometry
  • retalix

energy

  • IHS(environment also)

finance & insurance

  • fiserv (just bought IPS-Sendero
  • teranet
  • Misys
  • advent

food & agriculture

  • Blue Link

government

  • tyler technologies (windows mt; dot net)
  • accufund (runs on sybase)
  • cayenta(canadian, web-based)

healthcare

  • ERP
    • Lawson
    • Novo Innovations
    • Mckesson
    • Misys
    • eRx
    • Medicare (claims processing)
    • Siemens
    • Cerner
    • Healthland
  • HIS/EMR
  • Allscripts
  • Cerner
  • Eclipsys
  • Epic
  • McKesson
  • MEDITECH
  • NextGen
  • Siemens
  • GE Healthcare
  • Sunquest
  • Payer
  • TrizettoFacets/QNXT
  • DST Amisys & Power Solutions
  • Perot Systems
  • ERP
  • Peoplesoft
  • Lawson
  • SAP

high-tech/semi-conductors

  • serus

hospitality & entertainment
industrial goods & services

  • miro

non-profit

  • sungard (education) banner,
  • blackbaud (fundraising software)
  • Accufund

professional services

  • bmc software
  • maconomy

real estate
transportation

  • IES

workplace good & services

accounting

  • quickbooks
  • peachtree
  • Intacct
  • Accountmate


manufacturing

  • TCM workwise
  • Plex (SaaS)
  • Bowen-Grove: M1
  • Granite Microsystems
  • Global Shop


Petroleum/gas distribution / refinery

  • DM2(VAR for Sage)


chemical

  • Datacor-chempax(chemical, food and process)[$14m, 17 employee $250/month for maintenance]


utilities

  • cayenta


legacy modernization

  • seagull software


logistics/shipping

  • Propeller
  • eShipGlobal
  • LS Inc.


Rental

  • RMI


laboratory management (LIPS)

  • starlims technologies


business intelligence/analysis/analytics/reporting

  • SPSS
  • sybase


pricing software

  • PROS Holdings, Inc.


digital investigation

  • guidance software


integration

  • pervasive
  • cast iron


wholesale/distribution/demand chain

  • activant(profit 21)
  • jda
  • Blue Link


job shop

  • tractivity


security

  • Proginet Corp.


hosted/on-demand

  • Interprise
  • Epazz
  • red hat
  • PIC


eCommerce

  • pacific web works
  • synchronos
  • warp 9


auto dealers/leasing

  • NetSol Technologies
  • dealertrack


small business

  • QuickBooks
  • Outright
  • blue smoke
  • Everest


it service management/optimization/maintenance/asset management/modernization

  • ca software
  • compuware
  • information systems associates
  • keane
  • meridium
  • TMA systems
  • Micro Focus
  • FSG-Facilities Solutions Group


web application management software
bridgeline software

hris/talent management

  • taleo
  • adp
  • bpo management service
  • softscape


payment solutions

  • bottomline technologies
  • freshbooks
  • fundtech


software delivery management

  • borland


service

  • bmc software (business service management)
  • maconomy


text composition

  • bitstream
  • monotype imaging


mid-market

  • american software
  • progress software
  • CFI: Maximo, TRIRIGA, ARCHIBUS
  • cognizant
  • ennVee(clinical trials)


supply chain

  • american software
  • logility
  • jda
  • intermec
  • emptoris
  • amitive



Service Lifecycle Management
astea

Product Lifecycle Management
PTC

edi

  • advant
  • AXS-One Inc. (data archiving)
  • commvault
  • nuance(speech recognition)
  • voxware(speech/voice recognition)
  • wizzard software



erp outsourcing

  • affiliated computer services
  • tata consulting services
  • bpo management services
  • Magic
  • Savvis
  • csc
  • eds
  • CGI


investment management

  • advent
  • reval
  • Nine Mile (trading and portfolio management)


public/government

  • tyler technologies (windows mt; dot net)
  • accufund (runs on sybase)


printing/packaging/graphic arts

  • radius ERP
  • printable technologies (Saas)
  • IBS
  • compiere
  • avanti


automotive warranty

  • 4cs


engineering/risk management/project management/manufacturing/supplychain

  • ares
  • IHS
  • aspentech


pharmacy

  • eRx
  • SXC


open source

  • xTuple (operate on mac, linux and windows)
  • Openbravo
  • IFS
  • blue smoke


transportation software

  • IES
  • tmw
  • mcleod


food distribution

  • Blue Link


apparel/retail

  • Zymmetry
  • ecometry
  • retalix
  • jonar systems(canadian)
  • coresense


CRM

  • rightnow


financial industry

  • fiserv (just bought IPS-Sendero
  • teranet
  • Misys


partners (add-ons)

  • Root stop, NetSuite's MRP


EMR/EHR Hospital Integration/healthcare

  • Novo Innovations
  • Misys
  • McKesson


education/school/university

  • jenzabar
  • datatel colleague
  • sungard
  • Epazz
  • Kuali(administration software designed for and by the education industry)
  • Isis Software
  • Tyler Technologies
  • CGI


aerospace/defense

  • miro


furniture manufacturers

  • sartox alcor
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