Over the past 12 years we have seen ERP solutions (designed for small to medium business) implemented in anything from one month to one year or longer. Investments range from $20,000 to multiple millions dollars for implementations that we have personally been involved in. With this in mind, we can certainly bring you some valuable
Businesses looking to implement an ERP solution may or may not be aware of the many different aspects to consider in order to ensure a successful delivery. I have written many articles on the reasons for success and failure of ERP projects. I have included analysis of Cloud vs On-premise ERP and several other considerations. For
Cloud ERP vs On-Premise ERP, which is the better option for my business? As we have learned from many years of implementing such solutions, there is no single right or wrong answer to the Cloud vs On-Premise debate for Enterprise Resource Planning systems. We have implemented Cloud, Hosted, Private Cloud and On-Premise solutions since 2005
In the new world of ERP technology, business management solutions, cloud computing and mobility the outcomes that we are expecting from our ERP implementation need to be re-evaluated. The outcomes that we expect are driven by technology and the fact that the deployment of technology is becoming quicker, easier and more relevant for SMEs. Think
If you are considering implementing an ERP solution you might be asking yourself which are the major implementation risk areas that might lead to ERP budget overrun? After all, you will have a budget and you will want to stick to it! The board of directors approves a budget for software / cloud, implementation and
If you have customers from all over the world transacting in different currencies, you might find it challenging to convert this into your company base currency for Accounting purposes. SAP Business One is capable of handling many different currencies and converting them back into your company base currency, provided that the correct exchange rates etc.
Considering implementing an ERP solution and wondering how to measure the ERP Return on Investment (ROI)? With so many different perspectives on how to calculate the Return on Investment of an ERP solution, we thought we would give our own view on the topic. In the last 12 years we have been involved in more than