Can ERP Answer Your Business Needs?

Deploying an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is an extremely important event in the development of a company. A well-managed ERP solution can help a business handle global competition. Fortunately, modern ERP systems are relatively user-friendly, easy to implement, and easy to afford. Read this white paper to learn about the benefits of ERP and some of the issues that arise in implementing an ERP solution.

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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

The 11 Key Questions to Ask of a BI Solution

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This white paper first looks at the fundamental requirements that a business intelligence (BI) solution should deliver to your company. Next, this white paper covers the 11 key questions that you should be asking of a future BI technology partner. When the BI provider can answer “yes” to all of these questions, you have BI that is capable of fulfilling your analytical and reporting needs.  Read More

Technology Value Matrix First Half 2014 ERP

Increasingly, enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications are becoming a new staple support for all areas of business, especially finance. But businesses are finding innovative ways to move past the traditional intended uses of the technology to include analytics and content capabilities. Finding an ERP vendor that matches the needs of your business is important, as is the ability for the vendor to modernize systems as businesses require, with minimal interruptions.

As the market for ERP matures and advances, vendors are responding to these new needs, with established vendors providing better usability to their already established cloud applications with cost effective limited disruptions, while new vendors give focus to both usability and functionality. Investment and expansion is key to all, with focus on upgrading and streamlining applications with limited disruption.

Choosing the right ERP vendor for your business needs is just as important as the implementation of the ERP tools themselves. In this white paper, you’ll learn who the leaders, experts, facilitators, and core providers are in the ERP market and where they fall on the Value Matrix. Get specific details about how each vendor’s ERP system can provide solutions to support a variety of business models. Read about the ability of vendors to drive penetration strategies, and how customized responses to business-specific issues are no longer seen as the norm. Read More

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Midmarket ERP Solutions Checklist

Before you commit to any enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, you should first answer several questions about what your organization needs and wants to accomplish with its ERP strategy. The answers will help you determine which applications and what kind of functionality your organization requires from its ERP solution, as well as go a long way toward easing the implementation process. Read how to prepare yourself. Read More

Selecting an ERP Solution: a Guide

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Looking for the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) package for your small to medium business (SMB) can be a daunting task. A fair amount of information is available about the actual software packages, but there is little advice on how to choose the right one. Learn strategies for a successful software selection—from initial requirements gathering, to evaluation, selection, and final implementation. Read More

SAP’s Business One, The Answer to the Challenges of SMB ERP Software Selection

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Small and medium businesses (SMB) can benefit from SAP’s dominance. By staying with its core competence, business applications, and offering a low cost alternative, that is more than a light version of its platform, SAP will be able to help SMBs compete with larger companies. SAP Business One flexible solution designed to meet the business needs of SMBs. Read More
 
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