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 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...
ERP providers must address numerous concerns when working with the pharmaceutical industry; this reviews some of them.
Among all of the business software applications necessary for business operations, ERP is undoubtedly one of the most important. Making the wrong selection can have a disastrous impact on your accounting, manufacturing, and supply chain. With so much at stake, it is crucial to make a well-informed decision. more
Selecting an ERP system is no easy task. You have to select and configure a system that fits your exact business needs. Getting it right means a myriad of benefits, from increased productivity to reduced costs. Getting it wrong can be a quagmire. Our new comparison guide gives you the data you need to make an informed decision, all in one easy-to-use Excel file. more
Best-in-class mid-market businesses are over twice as likely to deploy their ERP solutions on the cloud. They choose the cloud for scalability, flexibility, usability, and cost. These organizations saw 1.9x improvement in profitability over the past two years as compared to those who have on-premise solutions. more
Do you want to deliver the best service possible to your customers, react quickly to new opportunities, and stay ahead of your competition? more
Did you know that according to MorganFranklin Corp., only 46% of ERP users report a strong understanding of ERP features? That's not surprising when ERP software is so complex and difficult to implement. Our thorough infographic details the 15 most common ERP implementation and selection mistakes so that you can avoid them. more