3 Signs: Is Your Product Configurator Still Relevant to Your Customers Needs?

Stiff competition, declining profit margins, and changing consumer requirements have made mass customization necessary. But time-strapped customers don’t tolerate long sales cycles or unnecessary complexity. A self-service product configurator is one way to give customers what they want, and in a short period of time. Discover the three signs your product configurator may not be meeting your—or your customers’—needs.

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3 Tips for Integrating Field Service Management Software with ERP

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Field service management software often needs to be integrated with other enterprise software. Learn the three essential tips for integrating your service management system with enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and other operational systems, data warehouses, or data sources. Read More

11 Criteria for Selecting the Best ERP System Replacement

An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is your information backbone, reaching into all areas of your business and value chain. That’s why replacing it can open unlimited business opportunities. The cornerstone of this effort is finding the right partner. And since your long-term business strategy will shape your selection, it’s critical that your ERP provider be part of your vision. Read More

5 Signs It’s Time to Gain Control of Your Spend

Indirect spend—the cost of goods and services that are not directly incorporated into your product—is a blind spot for most companies. And the more quickly you grow, the faster indirect spend gets out of hand—and the more it affects your company’s bottom line. How do you know when to upgrade your spend management system and gain control of your spend? Here are five signs that the time is now. Read More

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Four Types of Configurators: Which One Is Right for Your Business?

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