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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

Interested In ERP? Here Are Five Free Information Assets For You

Interested In ERP? Here Are Five Free Information Assets For You

Interested in ERP? Here are Five Free Information Assets for You “He who fails to plan is planning to fail.” – Winston Churchill (1874-1965), iconic statesman and world leader. For any organization desirous of success, planning is crucial. Whether it’s planning for customer demand or regulatory compliance, ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning can help organizations

Supplementing A Cloud ERP System With BYOD

Supplementing a Cloud ERP System with BYOD There’s been a lot of press recently about businesses using a “bring your own device” (BYOD) policy as a means of increasing IT access and habitual usage of business process software. BYOD can potentially allow your employees to access your cloud ERP application and company records anywhere in

Tips For Implementing Cloud ERP Software

Tips For Implementing Cloud ERP Software Offering a host of benefits in terms of cost and convenience, cloud ERP is growing in popularity; more and more vendors are offering cloud solutions, which can be customized, for a variety of industries, and needs. However, many companies have made mistakes in implementing cloud ERP systems, and these

Single-Tenant vs Multi-Tenant Cloud ERP

Single-Tenant vs Multi-Tenant Cloud ERP Cloud software has grown in recent years because it eliminates some major administration headaches for IT staff and provides access to applications from browser-enabled devices including PCs, Macs, tablets, and mobile phones. One common business question is whether to host their new cloud applications in either single-tenant or multi-tenant mode.