Tag: ERP

How to capitalise on the ERP trends of 2020

The global ERP software market is projected to reach $70.40 billion by 2026 and shows no sign of slowing down. Companies are realising the...

CMMS vs ERP | Asset Management Dilemma

Enterprises that are seeking to optimize their core operations often run into a dilemma on how to exactly manage their considerable assets. Is using...

7 Common ERP System Security Problems and Safety Steps

ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems have evolved significantly in recent years. Modern systems can now automate practically all day-to-day business processes, including human resources,...

Cloud ERP | 3 tech tips to maintain productivity

Despite the advances in cloud ERP technology and automation over the last few years, Britain’s productivity has fallen, with a report from the Resolution...

Updating Your Business Systems? Beware of Cloud Imitations

Today’s new enterprises can accelerate quickly and remain agile by adopting subscription-based business apps delivered through the Cloud. Businesses no longer need to own...

How ERP can kick-start your business

Technology is evolving quicker than ever and customer expectations are growing with it. With the emergence of ubiquitous connectivity comes a demand for information...


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