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Are you making the most of Digital Manufacturing?

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What is your manufacturing model? Is it mass production or digital manufacturing? Most manufacturers will say they're trying to move to digital manufacturing, but are they prepared to realize the full benefits of their digital strategies?

ERP trends for 2018

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As we move deeper into the new year, new ERP trends for 2018 are emerging. Not just for enterprise-sized businesses anymore, smaller- and medium-sized businesses are utilizing ERPs to streamline their processes and break down the barrier between the business and their customers

The power of integrated ERP and CRM

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Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) are not mutually exclusive. Historically, CRM was considered a front office solution and ERP a back office one: The former used mainly by sales and marketing staff, whilst the latter, locked away in the dusty back office, accessed by only a few privileged finance users or senior operational managers.

Make way for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

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Microsoft yesterday announced the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, and they made clear that it's a new NAV deeper in the cloud, easier on integrators and of course, on users. Microsoft had previously code named the release "Corfu" leaving open whether it would be a minor release as 2012 R2 or a major release.

Is your accounting software hurting your business?

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For most businesses, it makes good sense to get started with basic accounting software. Then, as financial and customer service requirements demand, you can move to more sophisticated business systems. A logical approach.

The challenge is in recognising the right time to make the switch. When you are immersed in the day to day operations, it’s easy to ignore the red flags of trouble ahead. We wrote this white paper to help you. The stories that follow are based on real companies. Real people, just like you who were having problems because they kept their entry or legacy accounting system a little too long.

Build BI Faster, Cheaper and Better

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A survey by IDC and DM Review Magazine gives us these haunting statistics:

  • 17 months is the average implementation time for a BI project
  • 5 months needed to deploy the first usable BI artifact
  • $1.1m is the mean, annual expenditure on a BI project for companies with more than 1,000 employees
  • 31% of BI projects are declared successful
  • 36% confidence rate that the right data is available to the right people at the right time
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