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What are ASPs? How have they become an important element of e-business? What is their implication for the dissemination of Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERP) at progressively lower strata of e business in terms of size ( in other words how have ASP's enable smaller businesses to enjoy the benefits of ERP'S0?

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An ASP deploys, hosts and manages access to application(s) to multiple parties from centrally managed facilities. The applications are delivered over networks on a subscription basis . This delivery model speeds implementation, minimizes the expenses and risks incurred across the application life cycle, and overcomes the chronic shortage of qualified technical personnel available in-house. The ASP model has become increasingly popular with companies working to increase ROI on IT expenses while improving operational efficiency, time -to-market and customer service.

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What are ASPs? How have they become an important element of e-business? What is their implication for the dissemination of Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERP) at progressively lower strata of e business in terms of size ( in other words how have ASP's enable smaller businesses to enjoy the benefits of ERP'S0?

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