How to Navigate Today’s Supply Chain Challenges
Traditionally, enterprise resource planning (ERP) served as a system of record and managed common tasks, transactions, and disparate business processes across the organization. However, the role of ERP has expanded to consider new technology forces that impact the way users interact with systems and new models for software deployment. Likewise, as businesses look to establish themselves as preferred trading partners, strive to cope with economic uncertainty, or extend services and products to new markets, greater demands are now placed on ERP software. Therefore, the role of the ERP system has had to expand. Download this white paper now to learn how today's ERP systems cope with current supply chain challenges.
ERP in the Cloud and the Modern Business
Businesses are realizing that the cloud is the future of enterprise software and offers many attractive business benefits. But there is much to think about when evaluating the potential move to a cloud model, especially for core systems like ERP. View IDC’s White Paper ERP in the Cloud and the Modern Business, written by Mike Fauscette, Group Vice President, Software Business Solutions, IDC, to review IDC CloudTrack Survey findings, gain expert insight into the challenges and opportunities the cloud presents, and determine which deployment option could provide the biggest benefits for your organization.
10 Critical Questions to Ask a Manufacturing ERP Vendor
Many manufacturers are focusing on the wrong issues when considering ERP solutions. The ERP industry has earned such a poor reputation for delivery in the last 20 years that users have learned to live within a very narrow set of constraints—and those constraints have been in place for so long that the questions we hear are built with those constraints already assumed. Now is the time to break free of this mindset and ask the more important questions. Know what questions to ask.
The Importance of Change Management in ERP Deployments
Implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can be a long, complicated, and often very difficult process. Change is rarely ever very simple. However, most would also agree that the rewards of a successful ERP implementation almost always justify the effort. Download this white paper for ERP deployment tips.
Beginner's Guide to ERP
For companies considering implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, this beginner’s guide describes what to look for, what benefits to expect, pitfalls to avoid, and other issues to consider, and includes a listing of leading vendors in various categories.
SYSPRO 7 ERP Certification Report
SYSPRO 7 is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for discrete, process, and mixed-mode manufacturing. SYSPRO ERP is used by more than 14,500 small to medium businesses (SMBs), primarily manufacturers and distributors, and is supplied through an extensive and strong channel of partners across the globe. SYSPRO ERP is a "single DNA" continuous software product based on Microsoft .NET technology.