Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems seem to have been around since the dawn of man. I’m pretty sure Neanderthals used an ERP system to note down how many bison or deer they killed during their last hunt.
Despite the dominance of ERP systems throughout the business world, we regularly see headlines with proclamations of their imminent demise, as though they are soon to be replaced by new software developed by another teenage whizzkid in his bedroom during his downtime between stints on World of Warcraft
There’s no denying that every version of Sage accounting system is a powerful piece of kit, helping millions of businesses to manage their finances and their customer data. However, Sage is confined to the finance department, yet the information it contains could help your sales team
What’s the difference between ERP software and BI software? These are two pieces of software that are often confused, muddled up and perceived to be something they are not. What they are however are two very distinct pieces of software that do very different things.
Enterprise Resource Planning (or ERP) software doesn’t really live up to its name. In fact, does it at all? Planning, it doesn’t do much of that