Are your sales teams not working as efficiently as you expect? Do you constantly receive feedback from your customers saying they are not satisfied? Most importantly, is your revenue decreasing? All of these might be results of an old-fashion sales process with the outdated technology. Therefore, the big question would be, is there any high-tech solution to turn to?
Most businesses would benefit from having a complete Enterprise Resource Planning system (ERP) that is not only user-friendly but also suitable for the organisation’s culture.
Russell Roof Tiles, the UK's third largest concrete tile manufacturer, is moving its ERP to the cloud by deploying Infor CloudSuite Industrial. The system is expected to go live in 2018.
Cloud Computing is a recently developed technology but its popularity is becoming larger day by day. You are probably using some of its forms without even realising it. From small start-ups to global corporations, from government agencies to non-profit organisations, we are embracing Cloud Computing for all sorts of reasons.
Though lesser known among other software giants like SAP, Oracle and Microsoft, Infor has gained tremendous popularity by offering deep industry-specific applications and suites, cloud deployment and extremely user-friendly interfaces.
You have made it this far on your ERP journey. You've got both the C-level executives as well as your subordinates on board with your plan. Everything is going well, but don't forget the minor details that can also cause an impact on the success of your ERP implementation.
Decided to embark on the ERP journey entails both opportunities and challenges. The process requires not only time and effort but also the support from every individual within your organisation.
Your organisation finally decided to embark on the ERP journey. This fantastic news signifies that your business is expanding and charting new waters. The new development could bring tons of new opportunities, what’s more, everyone is excited about the new future.
In the previous article, we touchbased on the business aspect of an ERP project and the reasons why organisations need to resolve their business issues if they want to successfully implement the new ERP system.
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system was built with the purpose of eliminating the redundant business process and ensuring the data flows smoothly across all functions and departments thus promoting interdepartmental collaboration.