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The No-drama Software Upgrade

Source: Knoa Software
When you upgrade enterprise application software, you want to realize expected benefits as quickly as possible and minimize costs, disruption, and risk. In tough economic times, there is absolutely no room for budget overruns and the potential disruption to business operations—which are always risks of an application upgrade. An end-user management solution can help you realize return on investment (ROI). Find out how.


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SBS Group
Working with clients, not just for them, SBS Group enables companies to go from “what is” to “what’s possible” through individualized business technology solutions and best practices.  Our industry centric focus and technical excellence combined with our delivery methodology has our clients’ business at its core - helping them reach their destination quickly and efficiently.  We bring fresh ideas to advance their business, help them navigate through alternative solutions, and provide support with an award-winning team of professionals.  Feedback from our clients reinforces our unique partnering approach and helps us maintain one of the best client retention rates in our industry.  SBS Group is a national Microsoft master VAR (Value Added Reseller) and Gold Certified Partner.  Over the past 25 years, we have been recognized as a Microsoft Partner of the Year (Microsoft Dynamics SL), a Microsoft Inner Circle Member and a Microsoft President’s Club Member. The company is headquartered in Edison, New Jersey and operates 37 other offices across the United States. Read More...
Enterprise 21
Source: Technology Group International TGI's Enterprise 21 ERP software offers a fully integrated software solution for wholesale distributors. Enterprise 21 ERP includes available-to-promise and capable-to-promise alerts and processes during order entry, which can help improve order line item fill rates, and reduce on-hand inventory carrying costs. In addition, Enterprise 21 includes fully integrated warehouse management (WM) functionality that completely enables radio-frequency (RF) and bar-code processes. Wholesale distributors can also leverage Enterprise 21 for procurement, inventory control, transportation management, financial management, pricing and promotions management (PPM), quality control, attributed inventory, quoting and conversion to orders, kitting and assembly, light manufacturing, landed costing, and customer relationship management (CRM). Read More...
Vitatech Enhances Quality Control with QAD ERP Upgrade
Published On: April 16 2014 Vitatech Nutritional Sciences Inc., a vitamin and supplement formulation company, recently implemented the new quality capabilities in QAD Enterprise Applications. The enhanced QAD quality control framework allows Vitatech to track and report on ingredients used in different lots, batches, and stages of its manufacturing processes. Read More...


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