1. It’s aimed at manufacturers with roughly 250-300 employees, with one facility (or very few facilities), but operating within a relatively complex business environment, and potentially serving multinational clients.
2. It covers characteristics of ERP solutions designed for discrete, process, or mixed-mode manufacturers.
3. It focuses on functionality that small and medium businesses need, rather than the functionality normally only required by larger businesses (e.g., multiple facilities management and reporting, complex manufacturing, internal logistics, and financial consolidation subjects).
4. Although this new model thoroughly covers accounting functionality, it focuses on manufacturing functionality. TEC’s previous ERP for SMB model focused mostly on accounting.