This website search engine recognizes Boolean logic. Boolean expressions use the operators AND, OR, XOR, and NOT to compare values and return a list of search results. Boolean operators are defined as follows:
• and means both must be true
• or means one or the other or both must be true
• xor means one or the other but not both
• not means negation
Example: Searching for ERP ROI returns no reports, because that exact phrase does not exist in our archives. Therefore, you should search as follows (Note, this is NOT how Google works):
• Use ERP and ROI to get results that contain both words.
• Use ERP or ROI to get results with either word.
• Use ERP xor ROI to get results with either word but not both.
• Use ERP not ROI to get results with ERP only, no ROI.
If you want to search for a phrase (e.g. "ERP Adoption"), you can do so, with or without the quotes.