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Recognizing Your Current ERP Software’s Inadequacies

Recognizing Your Current ERP Software Inadequacies There comes a time when your Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software may struggle to keep up with your business’s growing needs and/or changes. Developers are constantly improving functionality and integrating changes based on a user’s requirements. When facing the fact that your business has outgrown your current accounting and

Will Google Build A Cloud-ERP Solution For Small Businesses

Will Google Build A Cloud-ERP Solution For Small Businesses For far too long, Google has been playing catch-up to Microsoft in the business productivity segment. According to numbers released by analyst firm Gartner, Microsoft still holds close to 90% of the market with its Office suite of products. But the silver lining for Google is in

The Cloud Is Making Business Phones Smarter Than Smart Phones

The Cloud Is Making Business Phones Smarter Than Smart Phones

The Cloud Is Making Business Phones Smarter Than Smart Phones Smart phones are saturated in the cloud. The app stores are filled with cloud apps for storage, VoIP, and office solutions, all of which could benefit a business. Most talk of smart phones in the business place refers to Bring Your Own Device policies (BYOD),

The Growing Interest In Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) The fact that large enterprises today have the ability to seamlessly move data all the way from manufacturing to human resources, and everywhere in between, is largely due to one of the greatest success stories in linking/ integrating cross-functions within companies: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems. But as with many effective

What’s Next For Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)?

What’s Next For Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)?

What’s Next For Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)?  As a computer engineering student in the early 2000s in India, I remember when SAP was all the rage. In fact, such was the popularity of this ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) product then, that it seemed it provided the sole option of making a career in the computer