An aging Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is like an old house or vehicle—the older it gets, the more it needs to be maintained. And, like a house or car, at some point it makes sense to purchase a new one rather than continue to fix the old one.
What is Business Process Management (BPM)? What is business process management? Business Process Management (BPM) is a crucial strategy for companies looking to maximize the effectiveness of their operations and cut down costs. It involves the use of various software
Your old technology can be the reason you lose customers or fail to maximize their lifetime value. And it may hurt your ability to hire and retain top talent. What is the definition of a “legacy” ERP system? What are the problems that come with using yesterday’s software to manage today’s enterprises? What are the shortcomings of old software? Get the answers, and learn more by viewing the full webinar on-demand.
For distributors, metrics can point the way to profits. Up-to-the-minute, detailed and accurate key performance indicators (KPIs) – driven by data provided by your ERP solution – can tell you which processes are working well, which are broken, which can be improved and which offer the greatest opportunity to improve your bottom line.
With extraordinarily complex products, complicated production processes and unique management, financial, integration, quoting and planning challenges, industrial equipment manufacturers are looking at today’s advanced ERP solutions to ease their pains.
Every manufacturer and distributor is different. And every company will get a different return on their investment (ROI) on their ERP solution. Where will your organization find the payback? Some areas are rich with opportunity.
Skilled manufacturing jobs continue to go unfilled, despite the ongoing economic recovery from the pandemic downturn, strong job growth overall, rising wages across nearly every vertical and high unemployment in the service sector (and others). The result is production bottlenecks, reduced capacity, unfilled orders, low inventories and lost sales. What…
Global organizations, particularly those dealing in Consumer Goods, often struggle with piecemeal systems, which create inconsistent approaches to business processes and financials.
Today’s ERP systems for Consumer Products Manufacturers (CPG) must drive true transformation. In order to compete, consumer goods companies must keep pace with customer demand while managing margins and complying with ever-changing safety and environmental regulations