As the countdown to Christmas and New Year are well underway and the office Christmas party times are upon us, the end of this year is closer than you might think. No doubt you are thinking about your budgets and investments for 2015, which is also the perfect time to think about how you can improve your business performance next year with an ERP solution.
Many of us are likely to have heard the term ERP before, but for those that haven’t it stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. An ERP system is more than accounting software, it brings together all of the resources of a business through one central system. An ERP system delivers integrations for CRM, Accounts, and Business Intelligence.
No matter when your year end falls whether this is a calendar year, financial year or another time, the majority of us start to bring in the calendar year with a strategy to take your business forward. Why not include ERP? A good starting point when it comes to ERP is to consider the following questions.
If you are able to carry out a lot of these vital tasks in your current solution and you are happy, then an upgrade or switch to ERP may not be required.
However if your business is struggling with your existing solution to handle these important tasks, it is time for ERP.
We have put together a few articles with tips and guides to ERP projects; take a look over some of the topics:
Finally, If you take nothing else away from this blog, at least consider the following…
When it comes to ERP the first tip to consider is that bringing in an ERP system for the start of your new financial year while it makes logical sense, is not always the best achievable time as it is one of the busiest times of the year for your accounts team.
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