For many businesses, mobile computing is no longer a “like to have” option. Staying ahead of the competition requires staying on top of the technology curve. The technical advancements and advantages in the age of mobile computing and mobile application usage are still being discovered and indeed, still being developed, but as more businesses adopt to these smart business tools, “like to have” is fast becoming, “need to have.”
As technology is rapidly incorporated in our everyday lives, it is not only changing the way we live, but also the way we work. If you can’t say yes to the following statements, then it may be time to find an ERP solution whose technological advancements can help streamline your business.
Statistics show a rapidly growing shift to cloud computing, with more companies moving some, or all business applications to the cloud. The transfer from on-premise installations to cloud deployments can bring a host of benefits that support a healthy bottom-line. The following blog discusses a few of these benefits, and also shares examples of two S2K Customers who have achieved measurable results with running their ERP in the cloud.
With the support of technology such as ERP, all processes are optimized and serialization is taken care of, allowing for a faster order-to-cash cycle and overall better business performance. Digitally transforming your pharmaceutical supply chain will ultimately set your business up for success because it will be prepared for any changes or additional regulations that may come in the future.
Food manufacturers can sometimes face obstacles in their daily operations. Having a proper ERP solution for your business means choosing software that will help you improve food safety and streamline operational efficiency, while managing your business growth. Does your Enterprise for Food solution have these 2 components?
Spreadsheets are very vulnerable to human error, and incorrect calculations can have a domino effect, causing major mistakes to occur throughout a document and eventually can negatively impact your bottom line.