Choosing the right moment to upgrade an ERP system is never easy. As one of our whitepapers explains, there are four main symptoms of aging ERP systems: End of vendor support; low levels of integration; mobility issues; and compliance issues.
There are a variety of reasons why companies delay an ERP implementation or upgrade. Fear of change. Budget concerns. Previous experiences with ERP projects. However, many organizations are actually paying more for inefficient processes and silos of data than they would for a new ERP system – without realizing the ROI that new ERP can provide.
It has been almost a year and a half from the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the first wave of early adopters have gone live on the software. For those companies who did not want to be the “guinea pigs” of Dynamics 365, 2018 is your year. Here are the top seven reasons why we think every Microsoft Dynamics AX user should consider making the move to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Azure business platform this year.Continue Reading
The time has come for a new ERP system. You want to make the business case for Microsoft Dynamics 365. However, you know that the powers-that-be will be hard to convince. They see new technology as a cost center rather than a business enabler.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 doesn’t fall into that category. It’s feature-rich and offers a wide variety of benefits – read on to learn what you need to know to build a compelling, convincing business case for this solution.Continue Reading
An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a major proposition for any organization. In addition to the monetary investment and maintenance, there are also costs in terms of dedicated resources and time. A new solution is not deployed overnight and all too often we hear about failed ERP implementations.
Kale isn’t anything new – it’s not the invention of some mad scientists in a lab. So, why in 2012 did its popularity skyrocket? A campaign by a PR professional (who also really likes kale) catapulted the cruciferous vegetable into the spotlight, where it’s stayed ever since.