You may hate your current accounting system. You may curse it daily. You may recognise that you have outgrown it. You may even have allocated budget to upgrade it. But still you are hesitant. Why? Because, like every other human on this planet, you are naturally fearful of change. What are you frightened of? In […]
When did you last upgrade your ERP system? Not just added a few new tools or patches, or upgraded to the latest version of your software. But really upgraded it. Completely overhauled it from the ground up, so that it meets your current business objectives. If it hasn’t been for a while, then your legacy
Cloud computing was once a new buzzword. These days, it is universal and most companies use some form of cloud computing, ranging from standalone operations like email marketing to full-scale, business-wide applications such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. More and more, businesses are relying on cloud applications because the cloud is more efficient, saves
Researching, sourcing and implementing new ERP software can be a daunting process. Here we guide you through the four stages of the process. 1. Deciding you need new ERP software If it’s come to the point where you are struggling with your existing business software, then it’s time to upgrade. For many companies, this struggle
If you’re considering an ERP system and want to evaluate suppliers and systems, then the IT Showcase in Bristol on Tuesday 17th November 2015 is a must-visit event. The show takes place at UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS34 8QZ. It will be open from 10am to 2pm and there’s
ERP systems like NetSuite SuiteCommerce give customers an omni-channel retail experience and a unified view of a brand across multiple channels.
A review of the NetSuite Cloud Tour Europe event, that took place at the Emirates Stadium in London, on Tuesday 6th October 2015.
Last week, we talked through some of the key differences between SAP Business One and NetSuite, the UK’s top two ERP systems for small- and mid-sized businesses. Continuing on from that list, here are some more factors that differentiate the two systems. Reporting, KPIs and Dashboards Most ERP systems thrive on the consumption of business
SAP Business One and NetSuite were recently voted the top two ERP systems for small- and mid-sized businesses in the UK, but how do you decide which one is best for your business? Both products have similar histories, with development starting in the mid to late 1990s and a customer base in the tens of
In the 21st century, the web is king. Not having a web presence is a serious disadvantage to your business. Gone are the days when you could put your head in the sand and not embrace technological change. The internet is here to stay and has greatly affected everyday life, and for business, a strong