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Q&A: The Right Time to Implement ERP

Q&A: The Right Time to Implement ERP

How to Find and Stop the Workplace Snitch

How to Find and Stop the Workplace Snitch

10 Features to Consider for Any ERP Solution

10 Features to Consider for Any ERP Solution

CRM-ERP Integration

CRM-ERP Integration

When it comes to business, information is power, and power equal success. Sales representatives and managers need to have a complete database on leads and customers, while administrative and logistics personnel need to be able to track costs, accounting, human resources, and inventory. Problems arise when there is no synchronicity between these disparate, yet equally important, parts of a company.

ERP for SMB

ERP for SMB

ERP systems are designed to assist with manufacturing, service delivery, marketing, sales, inventory management, shipping, payments, product planning, costs and more. Many CIOs believe that they cannot live without them. Think of all the money you save on personnel costs by installing the right ERP system. This is the case even more so for SMBs...

The Cloud and Computing ERP

The Cloud and Computing ERP

Is Cloud Based Accounting Software Safe?

Is Cloud Based Accounting Software Safe?

ERP Adds New Measure of Safety for Pharmaceutical Industry

ERP Adds New Measure of Safety for Pharmaceutical Industry

ERP providers must address numerous concerns when working with the pharmaceutical industry; this reviews some of them.

Safety and Cloud-Based Accounting Software

Safety and Cloud-Based Accounting Software

Vendors Make Strides for ERP Usability

Vendors Make Strides for ERP Usability

Featured Research
  • Building Secure Multifactor Authentication

    As threats to password security have increased in recent years, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has rapidly gained adoption as a method for increasing the assurance of authentication for consumer and enterprise web and mobile applications. more

  • Moving Beyond User Name & Password

    Typical web applications are protected with single-factor authentication: a user name and password. These credentials, in addition to being difficult to manage, leave sensitive data and applications vulnerable to a variety of common attacks. As enterprises adopt more cloud applications, addressing this threat will become critical. Unlike older on-premises applications, cloud applications are accessible to anyone on the public Internet. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is designed to protect against the range of attacks that rely on stealing user credentials. more

  • CIO eGuide

    Data is becoming increasingly important in business. As a result, more and more organizations are becoming attractive targets for hackers. Data breaches caused by stolen credentials are on the rise. You need smarter tools to protect your organization against the monetary and reputational damage caused by a data breach. This guide will explain how Okta Adaptive Multifactor Authentication (MFA) provides the security that IT needs, while also providing the simplicity end users want. more

  • ERP in Higher Education

    ERP systems can greatly increase the efficiency of managing colleges, universities, and other educational facilities. GIven the advantages, it’s not surprising that many of the top educational institutions in the world are adopting ERP systems. That doesn’t make it right for everybody, though. There are cons to using ERP in education as well. more

  • ERP Providers Comparison Guide

    As we’ve mentioned before, there are hundreds of ERP vendors to choose between. This makes choosing one hard, but no less important for your business. Getting overwhelmed and making an uniformed decision certainly isn’t ideal, but neither is spending days upon days researching all your options. more