Disruptive technologies that were once seen as “ideas” are today a reality for many businesses. Given the advancement of these new technologies over the last few years, if we look at how Enterprise Resource Planning has evolved, one thing is clear – the ERP world has changed! Cloud, Mobility, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet
Sage X3 (now called Sage Enterprise Management, part of the Sage Business Cloud offering introduced in Australia earlier this year) is the flagship ERP solution from the global ERP provider Sage. Sage is a veteran of the ERP market and one of the biggest providers of ERP solutions to the mid-market in Australia and across
In today’s world of Cloud, consumers want to pay for their software monthly, avoid all IT infrastructure and pay as you go on all services. After all, a monthly subscription takes care of everything. Well, almost! When it comes to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) there is one remaining barrier to monthly subscriptions – ERP implementation.
We often have requests from multi-national companies inbound into Australia that want to implement an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution as part of a global rollout. The common challenge is that Australian subsidiaries often find themselves caught between two worlds: a corporate head office that wants to roll out the corporate standard ERP solution and;