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If you are an IT executive and have been thinking of pitching a digital transformation project such as ERP upgrade to your CFO or business executives and unsure of how to approach, read on to learn specific strategies on what c-suite executives such as CFOs, COOs, and CEOs like to see in an ERP initiative pitch.
There are two camps of QuickBooks users, one that absolutely adore QuickBooks and the other hate. Read on to learn their perspectives and our recommendations on whether QuickBooks would be the right ERP system for you or if you have outgrown it, what should be your options for upgrading your ERP or accounting system
The Canadian manufacturers & distributors can benefit through programs, promotions & discounts only if they work with a Canadian ERP consulting firms to make ERP implementation cost-effective. Read on to learn about what ERP consultants offer through their knowledge and expertise of local taxes and accounting practices
Understanding of standard features help set the priorities and find focus with your ERP evaluations, which will also in turn help reduce the steep learning curve with the ERP implementation process. Read on to learn about the difference between standard and industry-specific features for wholesale distributors
Awareness of standard features is the first step of ERP implementation process for retailers and e-commerce companies. But what is more important is to understand how they differ from industry-specific features from them and how it will help them prioritize the requirements and define selection criteria.
Knowing what differentiates standard from industry-specific features in ERP solutions is critically important in order to establish accurate selection criteria as well as priorities. This prevents failed implementation and budget overruns. Read on to learn why.
Unless you plan to run your business manually, you need business software to host your processes such as Accounting, Sales HR, and Operations. Most small businesses start with a basic accounting system such as Quickbooks or Xero, or a small CRM such as Zoho or Hubspot, but then they outgrow and need better options.
ERP is such a broad and deep subject that it’s hard to understand how it works. Historically, the whole idea was to plan the resources in a centralized manner and making them accessible across the enterprise, but they have come a long way. Read on to learn more how they work and how they might benefit your business.
While there are plenty of ERP options out there for F&B and discrete manufacturing, none of them resonate with an small-sized frozen food manufacturer. These manufacturers have unique processes and most generic ERP options don't work for them. Read on to learn about what makes them different & what their options are.
Most ERP solutions may seem to have comparable functionality and it’s hard to choose one. Some businesses choose the most popular option while others prefer the most cost-effective. Read below to learn about the most important factors to discuss with your ERP vendor.
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