Your Guide to Software Selection

Top Solutions: WMS for Small Businesses

According to the most recent census in 2010, there are over 27.9 million small businesses in the United States. With that in mind, the business software industry has made sure there is a solution that supports any and every function of a small business. A Warehouse Management System (WMS) is a software solution that supports all warehouse operations. A good WMS for small businesses should make these processes more efficient through automation and centralization of data for quick retrieval and decision making. Although operating on a more compact scale, small businesses should still be thinking about the effectiveness of their warehouses and how a WMS software could help them meet their goals.

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The 7 Categories of Healthcare Information Technology

The average person often doesn’t think about healthcare software. They often don’t think about how it  affects the medical industry as a whole either. But its impact has revolutionized patient care on a global scale. The implementation of these systems in hospitals and practices have monumental effects. Every year more healthcare providers are taking steps to change the way their business manages their internal processes.

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What are the 6 Main ERP Components?

As anyone who’s shopped for a new car knows, you can’t leave the lot without being asked about add-ons and extras. While these features are convenient (and tempting), a savvy shopper knows to first focus on things like gas mileage, cost of ownership and safety ratings. It’s important to consider a car’s core qualities first before you go broke on custom mud flaps.

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Why You Should Pay More for Your Talent Management System

No need to lean closer to the screen, you read that title right: you should pay more for your talent management system.

Of course, there are exceptions. If you’re paying $3,000 per user per month, your TMS is probably working wonders for you (or at least it should be). But if like most businesses, your talent management budget doesn’t exactly fill a Brinks truck, you’ll want to increase it.

Alex JaumannWhy You Should Pay More for Your Talent Management System
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Cloud-Based Inventory Management – What is it and Top Solutions

For almost all businesses, inventory management could be considered the “meat and potatoes” of corporate life. It may not be as glamorous as PR or as well recognized as digital marketing, but it’s the process that keeps everything moving. Without a close eye on your stock, there’s no way to tell what you need, what you’re selling or how much money you stand to make.

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Streamline Patient Scheduling with These Software Solutions

No one uses physical calendars anymore. After all, they take too much manual work — especially for healthcare providers scheduling appointments. In order to reduce that work, online calendar options with email integrations were developed. But even with the upgrades there was still room for improvements. Then, after years of deliberating and planning, an idea sparked itself to life and patient scheduling software was born.

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Wholesale Distribution Software: Top Recommendations

For wholesale distributors, careful spending is a top priority. It’s essential that businesses balance the expenses produced by their warehousing operations in order to make sure that they’re offset by monthly revenue. This is no easy task, but wholesale distribution software can simplify the process. It helps to track and optimize key details about inventory and its movements.

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Popular EMR/EHR Systems and Software List

The federal EHR incentive program has kick-started the adoption of electronic health records (EHR) and electronic medical records (EMR) systems for small practices and large hospitals alike. Providing an updated way to keep records has made the health information technology market explode. Converting and maintaining e-records is becoming easier every year. However, the long list of available vendors can be overwhelming and confusing.  To help you and your medical practice make the best choice for the needs of your patients and physicians, consider the following vendors leading the way in EHR and EMR software. These products are rated as top performers based on our product scoring tool and conversations we’ve had with software buyers.

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