The Payoffs of a Single View

Ensuring customer quality is the key to customer loyalty and retention. When a company treats its customers like it doesn’t know them, it’s bad for business. This occurs when companies work with disparate data—using one database for sales, another for marketing, and a third for operations. Developing a real-time solution that provides a single view of the customer is by far the best way to increase customer satisfaction.

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Understanding ERP Deployment Choices

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems were once deployed as monolithic systems running in local data centers. Today, there are a multitude of ERP deployment strategies: single-system, cloud-based, operational, peer, hybrid, and multilevel approaches. Advances in ERP system design, the advent of cloud computing, and the ongoing evolution of business are among the key factors driving this proliferation of choices. Read More

Understanding ERP Deployment Choices

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems were once deployed as monolithic systems running in local data centers. Today, there are a multitude of ERP deployment strategies: single-system, cloud-based, operational, peer, hybrid, and multilevel approaches. Advances in ERP system design, the advent of cloud computing, and the ongoing evolution of business are among the key factors driving this proliferation of choices. Read More

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LNS Research reveals how Jensen Meat Co. was able to successfully transition from its legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to the Plex Manufacturing Cloud for improved collaboration, streamlined quality inspection, and real-time traceability, from raw materials to finished product. Read More

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