Implementing a new ERP system or overhauling an existing one requires a considerable investment of time and effort. Where do you start?
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A challenge we often hear from our customers is:
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) will advance considerably over the next 12 months. The rise of the cloud and a new emphasis on software means a greater flexibility in ERP solutions that can drive a business in new ways.
Stock or inventory management is the process of overseeing the flow of items into and out of your inventory. A well-functioning stock management system keeps stock costs under control and helps to achieve positive cash flow.
The cloud is the one of the fastest growing areas of e-business. But despite its popularity, many managers still do not fully understand what cloud computing is or what advantages it can offer their business.
Enterprise resource planning, or ERP, creates an environment in which various systems and processes including inventory, accounting and personnel are integrated under one software solution.
Effective integration of Business Intelligence (BI) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems within your business
In today’s competitive environment, managers are anxious to stay well informed of what's happening within their business and throughout their industry. As a result, businesses are placing more and more emphasis on the integration of Business Intelligence (BI) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems as a platform for informed decision making. But despite the best intentions, many businesses are struggling to implement BI and ERP software systems effectively. The key to effective implementation lies within understanding their wider purpose within your business.
If your business engages in wholesale distribution, maintaining efficiency while reducing expenses is an important pursuit.