Enterprise Resource Planning

Discrete ERP Market Guide

As technology becomes more affordable and the manufacturing sector more competitive, manufacturers of all sizes are increasing their efforts to adopt enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology. This is reflected in the growth of the size of the ERP market, which is estimated to reach almost $85 billion in 2021, according to Statista.

Gabriel GheorghiuDiscrete ERP Market Guide
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Comparing Cloud ERP Systems: Who’s Winning & Why in 2018

In 2018 and beyond, the factors that drive organizations to acquire a new cloud ERP (enterprise resource planning) system often begin with a few strong focuses. In particular, product quality, production and process monitoring, an increased use of analytics and business intelligence (BI) applications and the need for greater mobility are becoming necessities for companies adopting ERP.

Louis ColumbusComparing Cloud ERP Systems: Who’s Winning & Why in 2018
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MRP vs ERP: Differences Between the Systems

Don’t you hate it when things are named so similarly that they seem like they’re the same thing? Or at the very least, they’re almost the same thing? Such is the case with MRP and ERP. Unfortunately, although these acronyms are quite similar, in reality, the systems themselves are very different. So what exactly are the differences between MRP vs ERP? Let’s start out with some definitions:

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Accounting Software for SMEs: Cloud vs Local and Different Product Options

According to a report by Small Business Advocate, of all the companies in the US, 99.7% are small businesses, and that number’s not at all surprising.

Small businesses — also known as small and medium-sized enterprises, or SMEs — are the backbone of any economy, but they also face some of the most difficult challenges in their day-to-day operations. Challenges such as targeting new customers while retaining current ones, raising brand awareness, finding competent and motivated employees and many more are a daily struggle. And they have to do all of this while keeping a finger on the pulse of the current trends and technologies in their industry.

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Top ERP Predictions for 2018

The year 2018 will continue to present businesses with the supreme challenge of operating in an environment, both globally and domestically, that’s fast-paced, highly competitive and unpredictable. These business conditions aren’t new and they have, in fact, driven many businesses to reassess traditional business models, embracing innovative and, in some cases, unorthodox business solutions.

Gabriel GheorghiuTop ERP Predictions for 2018
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7 Improvements for Running the Back Office with Management Software

Anyone who hasn’t been involved in business for a couple of decades would be absolutely surprised by what they see if they walked back into a modern office. Today’s businesses don’t look much like those of the 1980s or even the 1990s, primarily because of new digital technologies that are changing many things about how we work and manage our commercial operations.

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What are the 6 Main ERP Components?

For every Thanksgiving dinner, you need, at the very least, the basics. It wouldn’t really be Thanksgiving without stuffing, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, pumpkin pie and, of course, the turkey. It’s more than welcome to add some extra foods to the feast, but the minimum you need at every Thanksgiving meal are the main components.

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Challenges and Benefits of a Post-Merger ERP Integration

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have become a key strategic action for many companies attempting to mitigate the uncertainties of the global economy of the last several years. However, from an operational perspective, they can present serious challenges to the surviving organization after the merger. This point is supported by numerous industry surveys that confirm that, on average, 75% of acquisitions are negatively impacted by low performance results post-merger.

Gabriel GheorghiuChallenges and Benefits of a Post-Merger ERP Integration
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