There are plenty of excellent reasons to upgrade your business management software. Maybe your internal systems are spread clumsily across spreadsheets on and off your network. Sometimes there’s just no transparency — no ability to see the wood for the trees (or the trees for the wood, for that matter) — so you don’t really know what’s going on down in the weeds and how that’s going to effect your long-term strategy.
Or perhaps you’ve realised that you’ve been missing out on accurate, complete, and up-to-the-minute data across your entire business and that’s what’s going to help you keep your competitive advantage.
Enterprise Resource Planning — or ERP as we refer to it in the biz — is the special sauce that brings together everything across HR, customer experience and relationship management, accounting, sales and procurement, production, planning, and distribution. And in today’s terms, we expect that to be real-time, cloud secure, and comprehensive.
So, if you’re thinking about implementing a new ERP and supercharging your business, the next thing would be to figure out what do you have to square up before you dive in?