Our seach engine is NOT like Google. Please read the following to understand how to use the search field.
Our search engine uses 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. (Again, please 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.