Choosing to implement an ERP manufacturing management and accounting system to run your business is a decision that will greatly impact how it operates for years. With various manufacturing ERP systems offering a similar set of features, it ends up being more challenging than comforting to nail down which system is the right one. Instead of highlighting the shortcomings of competing systems here are three reasons why small and midsize manufacturers are moving onto Acumatica's modern platform and excited about what the future holds.
This years Acumatica Summit has a pretty simple, yet meaningful tagline: Collaborate, Innovate, Accelerate. This over-arching message says everything about the team at Acumatica and the software that continues to help companies achieve more through a fully integrated ERP.
It seems like we continually hear about a data security breach every week now. While IT security is not a focus of our business, we do recognize the great lengths organizations must go to in protecting their sensitive business applications and data.
As a food distributor you know that technology matters. And the right technology becomes essential to everyday life in your organization. Because the right technology impacts buying, forecasting, inventory management/warehouse management, pricing management, and certainly retail delivery; selecting and implementing the right ERP in food distribution becomes both a science and an art.
Anybody who has attempted to piece together data from multiple systems and make sense of the data, understands the frustration of a disconnected business. Often, too, accessing the information and trying to create insightful reports ends up being burdensome and untimely. The mountains of data being captured by small and midsize businesses increases exponentially each day, month and year. The more information an ERP system collects, the more options users need to access, report on and view that data.
For years, the tech industry has been chattering about Cloud Computing and for good reason. When we stop and think about how much of our personal and professional lives are accessed and stored in the Cloud, it’s no wonder. When companies begin weighing their options for a new ERP system, one of the questions undoubtedly will be “how should we deploy the software?”