We’re living in a new world now. We’re calling it the ‘new normal’, ‘low touch economy’ and businesses are seeking to understand how their ERP/business software systems can adapt to the new norms of doing business during a global pandemic. How
Traditional IT companies centred around a hardware sales and servicing model are becoming null and void. Businesses today are working with ICT (Information & Communication Technology) or Managed Services companies who work with these businesses
If ever a technology was unknown, it is Artificial Intelligence (AI). This is partly because using AI effectively is relatively unfamiliar territory for most businesses. And partly because the technologies in AI themselves keep evolving.
There is no one-size-fits-all digital transformation strategy. However, from vertical ERP to benefit-led (rather than hype-led) hosting, there are trends that can guide you towards creating the right strategy for your business.
Since Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) has the ability to impact an entire organisation, it’s under the spotlight like never before. Customer expectations, the ecommerce revolution, disrupted supply chains and an even more fast paced
Today’s growing, future-proofed businesses need to be ready for anything. And a modern ERP system can help business owners achieve just that, particularly if you’re dealing with complex supply chains, a large b2b network or a central distribution
Ultimately, the goal of operational excellence is to enhance performance levels across a business to ensure that customer expectations are met on an ongoing basis. In other words, continuously improving the processes by which a business operates.
Traditional merchant ERP/business software packages have technology architectures that date back to the late 70s or 80s and few vendors have completely overhauled the old technology that underpins their systems.