SMAC is an acronym for social, mobile, analytics and cloud and is having a disruptive effect on businesses. To keep up, businesses are searching for more agile and modular software platforms to facilitate this movement. Companies using software solutions that are not designed to consider SMAC will find it more difficult to survive the [...]
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Expanding your business involves more than just an increased investment, it’s also about adapting your day-to-day operations and business practices to suit the new business environment. In our experience, the most common strategic limitation is the adoption of legacy systems or processes that can restrict your business from growing at a more rapid pace [...]
When it comes to stock control, it should never feel like you are walking a tightrope, deciding on whether you should acquire more stock or not – you have to be absolutely sure. The number one challenge that retailers, distributors and manufacturers face is finding the right balance between meeting demand and optimising inventory [...]
When it comes to implementing a new business management system, every high-growth organisation grapples with the decision of choosing one that will be worth the money and effort. When you invest in an integrated and flexible ERP system, you invest in one system that caters for the entire business. Integrated ERP systems let you [...]
As businesses begin to expand, their Human Resources (HR) departments can be overwhelmed by administrative tasks and multiple systems. But with the right tools, you can empower your HR staff to spend their time where it’s most valuable – supporting managers to develop employee potential. Sage X3 People is a fully web-based HR & [...]
For many enterprises, implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software ends up being ‘E’xpensive, ‘R’egretful and ‘P’ainful. It is a complex process, yet many enterprises do not have a strategy for the implementation, notwithstanding that without a strategic process, the costs will escalate, control will be lost and anticipated benefits will not be achieved. [...]