ERP software is proven to offer a huge range of benefits to businesses in every industry and sector. But before you can start enjoying the technology’s attributes, there’s the small matter of ERP implementation to contend with.
The 1st of January 2021 is fast approaching. Businesses already coping with the fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic can be forgiven for putting BREXIT preparations on the back burner. However, as the transition deadline approaches it is vital
Out of the box your ERP solution should contain a vast range of best practice features and functions. This then forms the basis upon which your consultant can build your perfect-fit ERP solution. Read on to find out more about Intact's approach
Implementing a new ERP solution can unlock incredible value and untold benefits for your business. Selecting the right software solution, however, is only part of the equation. Implementing an excellent piece of technology poorly will lead to
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
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
We're over half way through 2020 and what a year it has been. It's certainly not one we'll forget soon. Indeed, it's been a year that has seen many businesses re-evaluate their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The adaptability of which to