White Paper: Kenandy
In order to survive, grow and compete in the digital age, you need an ERP that is easily configurable and extensible. ERP can benefit immensely from the availability of application services that ease and speed development and customization, as well as from the ecosystem that develops around the platform. Platform as a service (PaaS) is a cloud computing model that delivers applications over the Internet without the complexity of building and maintaining the infrastructure and services typically associated with developing an enterprise application. This whitepaper provides insights on the features and functions being delivered when selecting an ERP, and also the platform on which it is developed. It discusses: Disrupting Your Business, Disrupting Your ERP Growing Pains Speed Matters: The Right Platform Can Help Is it a platform that supports configurability over invasive customization?
White Paper: Kenandy
In a technologically advanced world, why are there still so many companies using outdated legacy ERP software systems to manage their business operations? Why don't they simply switch to an updated and efficient management solution? Today’s tech-driven economy requires companies to adapt forward-looking, innovative solutions to compete. Cloud ERP solutions are now enabling companies to bridge that technology gap by helping them connect their disparate systems, automate manual processes, easily expand into new products or markets, and ditch the costly legacy systems that were holding them back from success. This whitepaper explores what’s possible with cloud ERP systems and how Cloud ERP can transform your business. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Signs Your Legacy ERP Is Holding You Back The Possibilities with Cloud Technology Breaking Down Barriers to Success Upgrade to Upstage Competitors
White Paper: ServiceChannel
A facility manager should be focused on a number of essential activities throughout the year but particularly need to plan for during specific parts of each year. The professional and interpersonal demands that facility managers face every day are significant, and they can seem to come from all directions. This whitepaper highlights a number of specific areas where the top performing facilities teams focus and how to take advantage of modern cloud-based facilities technologies to make these essential elements part of a Facilities Management program: Automated Planned / Scheduled Maintenance Comprehensive Program Visibility Objective Contractor / Service Provider Performance Measurement Facilities Management Analytics & Reporting
ERP Project Success: How to Prepare for an ERP System
White Paper: Business Automation
Preparing for an ERP system implementation is an important step taken to prepare your company for a successful software implementation project. The key criteria of this white paper is how to implement ERP system successfully through business management system that can change out the existing system without causing disruptions to your business. Business management system includes all the methods, tools and processes used by the company and employees to get information relating to business, which serves well in managing a company. Changing your ERP system is defining your business goals, objectives and requirements. Business management software implementation is critical to the success of your business. The success of the software selection process and, more importantly, your business depends upon it. Preplanning may be the most important step in your software selection. What are the business objectives and processes and how to identify them? Business objectives and processes are essential in building a foundation for the success of a new Business Management System. Recognizing the needs of your customers will help you identify your business objectives, which drives your business value. Download this white paper to learn more about: How to Prepare for an ERP System? What is ERP? What are the steps involved in ERP system implementation? What are the consequences and benefits of ERP project success?
ERP Project Success: How to Implement an ERP System
White Paper: Business Automation
How to prepare for an ERP and how to successfully implement an ERP system? Enterprise resource planning (ERP) system has been one of the most popular business management solutions, providing benefits of real-time capabilities and seamless communication for business in large organizations. However, not all ERP implementations have been successful. One of the top reasons ERP implementations fail is because the software doesn’t meet basic industry specific business requirements. However, purchasing an ERP application is only half the battle. A well designed ERP implementation plan is the key to success. The kinds of helpful information outlined in this informative Enterprise resource planning (ERP) whitepaper you will find within include: How to choose an ERP system that aligns with your company’s specific business requirements? A step by step guide to implementing ERP software, beginning with project organization, and taking you all the way through discovery, implementation, testing, configuration and training. As an added bonus, you will also get to know about some common risks that arise during the ERP implementation process and recommendations for managing them. Implementing an ERP system is not straightforward, but remembering some of these simple suggestions will help your project have a greater chance of success than ignoring them.
ERP Project Success: How to Choose an ERP System
White Paper: Business Automation
How to Choose an ERP System? Selecting, installing and implementing a new ERP System may be the toughest business challenge you face because the results of the process are so critical to your business. There are many common methods people use when trying to select the ERP software. Some of them work well, others don’t. This whitepaper discusses some of these techniques based on what your priorities are in selecting an ERP software to solve challenges and exploit opportunities. How to evaluate an ERP system? Selection Criteria for Choosing an ERP Software In order to select the very best ERP system to meet the unique requirements of your company, you need to evaluate the ERP service providers with respect to certain criteria like: Level of Support from the Solution Provider. Vendor’s Track Record of Performance. Software’s Ability to Fit the Business. Growth Potential of the Software. Price of the Software. Quality of Documentation. Download this whitepaper for a closer look at the steps involved in evaluating and selecting the right ERP system for implementing automated business management system that can meet the unique requirements in your organization.
White Paper: Eval-Source
Service businesses need enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that minimize the costs and disruptions of change, but most ERPs accommodate technology change more readily than business change. Announcements of most ERP vendors are focused on supporting new mobile device options, cloud architectures, overall technology platform and software interoperability. These newer functionalities are often add-ons that enhance a dated architecture or address a technology stack that was not built with business change in mind. Service businesses need enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that minimize the costs and disruptions of change, but most ERPs accommodate technology change more readily than business change. Announcements of most ERP vendors are focused on supporting new mobile device options, cloud architectures, overall technology platform and software interoperability. These newer functionalities are often add-ons that enhance a dated architecture or address a technology stack that was not built with business change in mind
White Paper: IDC
The new branding – Unit4: in business for people – is clear and emphasizes the focus on people-centric organizations in the professional services, public services, not-for-profit, and higher education industries in contrast to the product-centric, or bill-of-materials-centric approach of many Unit4 competitors.
White Paper: Platinum DB Consulting
Corporations across the full spectrum of industries have been planning and executing projects since their founding. Across the passage of time methodologies and processes mature, tools are introduced and enhanced, knowledge is acquired and shared, practices (both good and bad) become ingrained into the corporate culture. For many of these businesses anything greater than a minor change to the status quo presents a major challenge, especially if the change is not sponsored by Senior Management and the benefits are not readily identifiable and quantifiable by those impacted. If the architects of change fail to address the critical question that is asked or implied by all interested parties and stakeholders, “What’s in it for me?” the initiative, whatever it is, will be at severe risk of failure.