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What are some benefits and challenges of enterprise systems? Why would an organization want to build one?
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One benefit is efficiency through electronic collaboration among many employees. One challenge is the expense of purchasing, installing, and maintaining the hardware and software that enables the enterprise system.
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You are correct that New York City drivers honk their horns a lot and weave in and out of traffic, but I don’t really think this is being rude as much as it is a way of survival. You have to consider how many people live and work in Manhattan and are all on the move at the same time. How anybody gets anywhere is truly a miracle. Now, take into account how many special days are set aside in Manhattan for events like parades, protests, concerts, street fairs… It seems like at least a day or two a ...
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Here are a few candid comments from people around the country about New Englanders:

They idolize the Kennedy clan. Very liberal. They pahk the cah and eat clam chowdah.


they tawk funny...

My exhusband is from New England....He was born and raised near Boston....He had the accent....and the attitude...
New Englanders, from my experience, are rude....feel entitled...and will shove their opinion down your throat, whether you like it or not....they can do it, because they are from New England.

They think that there's no good healthcare, other than in New England, because after all, THEY have the BEST healthcare in the nation....just ask them.

The women are very rough...bossy, and overbearing...(in my experience)....

they are stoic, and have thick accents that are hard to understand

They don't like to spend money on frivolous things, they are practical, and sometimes they get "wicked drunk off vodker"

I think of fall leaves and people tapping maple trees for surup.

They always seem to be in a rush....they are Impatient!

Unfriendly

they drink too much and don't appreciate the lobsters...

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