Running a business requires the support of a key group of people, your team. You want to provide your team with the most powerful business tools you can in order to manage your business as efficiently, quickly, and easily as possible. When considering an enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation, you should invite your team to[…]
After implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, you can sit back and watch the business solution do all the work, right? Maybe you can take a long weekend to relax, but, no, you still have work to do. Besides training your employees to use the software, you also need to make sure it’s working,[…]
All businesses need talented, reliable employees to perform the tasks necessary to run a successful business. In addition, businesses have various business management technologies that are used to aid the employees with their tasks. If you are facing a decision to hire more employees, consider whether you really need people or if it’s time to[…]
As a small or mid-sized business owner, you will eventually be faced with the decision to upgrade your accounting software or invest in an ERP solution. When you come to that crossroad, consider what you need out of your business software and what you are getting with the next upgrade. Although it may be cheaper[…]
Advancements in technology and the expansion of cloud computing allow companies to analyze more data than ever. Consumers are also creating more data than ever recorded in human history. Over 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute onto YouTube. That single statistic is staggering if you consider over 90% of the data created throughout[…]
Many companies look forward to an ERP implementation with great anticipation for the project’s expected benefits. However, often the project fails to deliver the expected benefits, an article on the Panorama Consulting Solutions website notes. To help avoid cost overruns, delays and other problems, it’s essential that companies use KPIs.
The benefits of a unified ERP implementation are innumerable. Specifically, four advantages that a single source system can provide are full lifecycle customer engagement, better customer communication, proactive financial management and better analytics. The key to success is identifying the top initiatives by which you will measure success.
As software value-added resellers look at an ERP implementation and other cloud opportunities, there are five essential building blocks for success. Cloud NetSuite, the official NetSuite blog, reviews a recent podcast in which Craig West, NetSuite’s vice president of channel sales, discusses the five steps in detail.
There are many reasons a company should invest in a cloud-based ERP implementation as it looks to grow. The best businesses look to maximize the uses of their ERP systems to get the most out of their investments. A blog and infographic on the Panorama Consulting Solutions website outline the top 10 benefits.
In considering a cloud-based ERP implementation, a very common question is whether to choose a single-tenant or multi-tenant solution. An article on the CloudTweaks website reviews the evolution of cloud accounting and explores the pros and cons of the two solutions, which each have advantages and drawbacks.