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Enterprise Software Expert Reimagines Oracle+NetSuite Guides As A Mystery Novel

The Vester Group Founder Releases “The Big Commitment” with ForbesBooks

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NEW YORK (September 29, 2020) — Joel Patterson, Founder of The Vested Group, today announced the publication of The Big Commitment: Solving the Mysteries of Your ERP Implementation. The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes.

Joel Patterson’s The Big Commitment is a layman-friendly explanation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. He believes that a business has much to gain from services like Oracle+NetSuite, but the process of maximizing value from the licensing, implementation, and support can be difficult. In order to make ERP more accessible, Patterson chose the unorthodox approach of framing Oracle+NetSuite through a mystery novel.

“I wanted to come up with a final product that carried our message and conveyed the necessary information,” Patterson explained. “That said, I wanted to present these lessons in a way that busy people wouldn’t see as a chore, but rather a treat.”

The Big Commitment shows how utilizing these systems can offer businesses an integrated and upgraded view of their core processes. With a hardboiled mystery serving as the lens, Patterson demonstrates how Oracle+NetSuite enables businesses to collect, store, manage, and analyze data from many business activities. Readers will improve their Oracle+NetSuite skillsets and arm themselves with the knowledge to maximize performance across a wide array of metrics.

The Big Commitment: Solving the Mysteries of Your ERP Implementation is available on Amazon today.

About Joel Patterson

Joel Patterson is the Founder of The Vested Group, a Modern Cloud-based ERP, CRM & eCommerce solutions for Growing Companies. He has over twenty years of experience in the consulting industry and has worked with premier firms including Arthur Andersen and Cap Gemini.