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The Path to ERP for Small Businesses, Part 3: Selection of ERP Software
The third and final part of the path to ERP for small businesses series describes the software selection stage, including the dos and don’ts during vendor

erp software product  Part 3: Selection of ERP Software Parts 1 and 2 of this series described the processes of research and evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. At the end of these two stages, you should have a pretty good idea which type of software might fit the needs of your organization and which vendors might provide this solution. Part 3 will describe the final stage—selecting the software that best fits your specific needs. You started by defining the main activities and workflows in your Read More
ERP for Distribution Industries
Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods t...
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Fatal Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies
ERP software may fail to meet critical business requirements. When companies find that their ERP doesn't meet all of their business requirements, they should

erp software product  Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies Fatal Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies Featured Author - Bill Friend* - April 24, 2004 Overview After companies purchase an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system they may discover that the ERP software fails to provide all of the functionality their business requires. These shortfalls have been characterized as fatal flaws . If a company uncovers a fatal flaw in their ERP Read More
The Path to ERP for Small Businesses, Part 2: Evaluation of ERP Software
If you’ve gone through the research phase while looking for ERP, the next major step is the evaluation process. At the end of it, you should have a shortlist of

erp software product  Part 2: Evaluation of ERP Software Part 1 of this series of articles described the process of research , the first important step in any software selection project. Part 2 will describe the evaluation of the products available in the market to determine which one fits best for the needs and requirements defined during your research, which will help you create the shortlist that will be used to make the final decision. Once you have the list of main processes and the workflows that describe your business Read More
Busting the Myth of Commoditized Software Markets with the New TEC Focus Indicator
The new TEC Focus Indicator is a concrete way to start gauging the real functionality, competitive differentiators, and focus of enterprise software products

erp software product  to focus on other ERP modules, assuming clients will use separate software solutions for their HR needs. However, even if your company already has an HR system that you’re happy with, you'd still need to devote time later in the evaluation process to figure out how the vendor would connect its product with your HR system. On the other hand, if you need your ERP system to include a full-fledged set of HR features, the fact that this product does not provide them might be a show-stopper for you. Read More
IntegrateIT ERP 123 V7.2.561 for Discrete Manufacturing ERP Product Certification Report
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) is pleased to announce that IntegrateIT product ERP 123 is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource

erp software product  discrete manufacturing in TEC’s ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary. Read More
A Software-as-a-service Primer for Independent Software Vendors
Unlike many over-hyped technology trends of the past, software-as-a-service (SaaS) is producing real business benefits for organizations of all sizes across

erp software product  Software-as-a-service Primer for Independent Software Vendors Unlike many over-hyped technology trends of the past, software-as-a-service (SaaS) is producing real business benefits for organizations of all sizes across nearly every industry. This primer outlines how independent software vendors (ISVs) must respond to these realities in order to meet the changing needs of their customers, employees, and business partners; and ensure their long-term viability and competitiveness. Read More
Global Software
Established in 1981, Global Software, Inc. is a privately owned company located in Raleigh, North Carolina (US). Their analytics suite, which includes

erp software product  Manager, is compatible with enterprise resource planning packages such as BPCS, Infinium, MOVEX, Oracle®, SAP®, Jack Henry, and J.D. Edwards, and runs on iSeries/AS/400, Oracle®, SQL Server, and Microsoft Access DB. With over over 1,000 customers and 3,500 installations worldwide, Global Software’s products are used in 39 countries. Global's European headquarters are in London, UK, and they have distributors in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Italy, Spain, Mexico, New Zealand, Germany, Read More
Essential Features of Manufacturing ERP Software
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can be integrated with nearly every function in your business. It’s helpful to segment ERP components into five

erp software product  Features of Manufacturing ERP Software Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can be integrated with nearly every function in your business. It’s helpful to segment ERP components into five building blocks. Understanding how these blocks are linked together should help you determine which components add the most value and how your existing systems may be integrated with new tools and systems to increase efficiency, produce better products, and reduce cost. Read More
Enterprise Process Improvement (EPI) Software: Customer and Software Vendor Collaboration
Having just completed implementing your enterprise-wide software, you are about lean back, put your feet up on the desk, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Not

erp software product  release of your existing ERP software provides an e-commerce facility whereby your customers can place, update, and check the status of orders. This new process, as defined in the new processes library, would be used to execute vendor-supplied scripts to extract averages such as order size, order amount, number of changes to orders, and turn around time from the repository database. This data together with vendor-defined, but company-supplied, parameters such as minutes per order line creation and the Read More
Enterprise Software Selection Guide
Selecting an enterprise software solution takes time, energy, and resources. During the selection process, vendors present their products and services in the

erp software product  Software Selection Guide Selecting an enterprise software solution takes time, energy, and resources. During the selection process, vendors present their products and services in the best possible light, leaving you to separate real functionality from marketing hype. In this guide, you’ll discover a three-phase methodology for objectively researching, evaluating, and selecting the best software solutions for your company. Read More
Dynacom ERP: ERP for SMB Competitor Analysis Report
The accounting and ERP for small and medium businesses (SMB) evaluation model targets functional requirements for a fully featured accounting solution. In

erp software product  ERP: ERP for SMB Competitor Analysis Report The accounting and ERP for small and medium businesses (SMB) evaluation model targets functional requirements for a fully featured accounting solution. In addition to supporting accounting requirements, it is applicable for those researching an ERP system suitable for small and medium businesses (SMB). It includes categories such as General Ledger, A/P and A/R, Payroll, Job and Project Costing, Multinational Accounting, Manufacturing, Inventory, Read More
ERP as a Living System: The Power of Community-Driven Product Enhancement
Today’s manufacturer is challenged by static enterprise resource planning (ERP) with annual complex upgrades. See how powerful change-on-demand capabilities

erp software product  to instantly align their ERP and business processes without a time-consuming IT effort. With a community-driven development approach, enhancements are driven by a community of users, and the system constantly improves in the exact way a user requires. Read More
SAP ERP: Mining Industry (ERP & CMMS) Competitor Analysis Report
This knowledge base includes enterprise resource planning (ERP) and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) modules geared toward the regular

erp software product  ERP: Mining Industry (ERP & CMMS) Competitor Analysis Report This knowledge base includes enterprise resource planning (ERP) and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) modules geared toward the regular requirements of companies in the mining industry. While including important criteria for financials solutions and human resources, it has additional process workflow, quality management, field service, and other criteria. Read More
American Software, Inc
Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (US), American Software develops, markets, and supports an offering of integrated business applications

erp software product  Computing, a supplier of ERP systems to the textile and apparel industry, Demand Management, Inc., and The Proven Method. Read More
Global Product Development Seen as a Boon for Product Lifecycle Management Vendors
An enterprise that wants to shift to a global product development strategy must invest in modern product lifecycle management (PLM) technology. Therefore, the

erp software product  imperative that any manufacturing enterprise have a formal cross-functional product development process road map and an instinctive process discipline before consideration is given to onshore or offshore outsourcing. The bottom line is that a company's internal product development house must be in order before it starts moving pieces of the equation offshore. Concerns Abound There typically is no shortage of concerns over a decision to offshore a part or all of a product development process. Even setting Read More

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