It’s a new year and it’s time for a new system. If your company once again experienced increased sales and profits in 2017, but was still held back due to process and system inefficiencies, then it’s time to get down to business (software).
Entry-level accounting software can work for a business while their requirements are still minimal. But if you’re a growing business, then that same basic solutions won’t last long. If your business has outgrown the accounting solution, then it’s time to begin evaluating a true enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that can grow with business and is adaptable for future changes. If you’re experiencing any of the following scenarios, then maybe it’s time to quit QuickBooks.
There are plenty of requirements to consider before selecting a new ERP system for your business. Simply compiling a list can be a bit daunting, however there are some key features and functions your staff will need and expect. To ensure your business continues to grow at a sustainable pace, here are 8 things you should be thinking about to get you started.
As your business continues to grow, the accounting software that once supported your goals, may now be limiting you. You’re faced with the decision to either replace it or risk having dissatisfied customers, fewer sales, and the potential to fall behind your competition. If you’ve already experienced any of this first hand, the time is ripe for a change. Here are 10 points to consider.