ERP software vendors have been talking about low-code solutions for some time. And manufacturers and distributors have questions: How can low-code help organizations adapt faster to the changes in the marketplace? Etienne Ouvry, Senior Business Consultant for QAD, offers answers.
Whether your company is implementing an ERP system for the first time, or replacing a legacy implementation, it’s critically important to make the right
choice. What new capabilities do you need and want? What problems are you trying to solve? We asked our expert consultants to give us their thoughts on best practices in ERP selection, and this is what they told us.
The ERP solution you choose will affect the way you conduct business for years to come. But many organizations get off-track right at the start when they go into the selection process believing in some common myths about the process – misconceptions that can result in the wrong solution for your business. Here are the top five misconceptions that derail the enterprise software selection process.
A manufacturing execution system (MES) offers different things to different manufacturers – and different things to manufacturers in different industries. To reduce the confusion, and to provide insight into the value of MES solutions in the IEM and industrial products verticals, we asked a longtime consultant to share his insight.
Home » Insight Industry » All Building the Business Case for Your ERP Does your current ERP system offer the capabilities and functionalities your business needs today – and will need in the future? If not, it’s time to consider a …
In the second of a four-video series, Ultra Senior Consultant Dave Lechleitner and economist Dr. Christopher Kuehl discuss how the shift in the political landscape, the Biden Administration and the Democratic-controlled Congress will impact business, supply chains, trade relations, tariffs, regulation and taxes.