Enterprises need modern business solutions for modern business needs
Cloud adoption in areas such as CRM and HR has been widely accepted as the norm, however when it comes to changing the ERP system on which a business is run, adoption rates to date have been somewhat slower (for various reasons).
For Today's CIO's, technical efficiencies and cost savings are not enough
New Year, new plans. Are you thinking of expansion into new markets?
With global competition on our doorsteps, transforming how we do things is no longer a "nice to have" - it's an operational imperative. As cloud ERP matures, business users are reporting a welcome shift. Beyond the reduction of costly integration, cloud ERP is proving integral to global expansion. Some of the benefits include:
Time to change ERP system?
We're here to offer some advice. Whether you are the CIO in a small, medium or large organisation, the task of changing from a legacy ERP system to a modern system can be quite daunting.
What is the difference between Accounting Software and ERP?
We have come from "traditional" accounting software which used to consist mainly of a General Ledger for "accounts" to a world where accounting software has expanded to include more modules and more integrations with external systems (such as CRM).
The Physics of Business Are Being Rewritten
Today, the physics of business are being rewritten by a new breed of bold CEO's, CIO's and CFO's. Yet, the harsh reality for most businesses is that ERP software systems that sit at the core of their organisations are not accelerating human ingenuinty effectively .
Different strokes for different folks but we all have something in common...
Businesses of all shapes, sizes, geographical position and sector have some common objectives including...
- Financial Management - All companies need to manage their businesses in ways that ensure accuracy, speed and efficiency.
- Visibility - They need access to real-time information to help make important decisions, spotting anomalies and trends as they happen
- IT Management - They need IT operations, either internally or cloud based, that are flexible, always available and closely aligned with business requirements
Not so long ago, ERP software upgrades were a huge deal that had to be carefully planned, orchestrated and budgeted for. The result was a big project that usually took place every 3-5 years. This was perfectly acceptable to upgrade only when required to do so.