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
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is packed with advantages – regardless of what industry you work in. From building supplies to automotive and food and drink, the possibilities for businesses utilizing this method of software delivery is endless. As long as you know how to use it. Below are the top benefits of SaaS and why it can help your processes.
The very nature of SaaS means that it can be implemented almost instantaneously
There’s no denying that technology is evolving at a rate faster than the speed of light and with the every advancement comes a multitude of technical jargon.
So to understand your megabytes from the Cloud, I’ve put together a list of the most common B2B techy terms and what they actually mean.
The physical parts of a computer such as the monitor, keyboard and parts inside, such as the hard disk drive and motherboard