All SaaS help-desks are not created equally. From basic ticket logging to full-featured, enterprise-grade service management solutions, there truly is something for everyone. Learn more about the key factors in deciding between a comprehensive or a slimmer selection for your organization.
Download this white paper to gain insight from the research firm IDC which predicts that some 1.2 billion workers will be using mobile enterprise tools by 2011, representing roughly a third of the total global workforce (February 2010). Some of these people are almost exclusively mobile, whereas some will only occasionally use mobile enterprise tools. Whatever the case, there are very few who would argue against the fact that investing in mobility has the potential to raise productivity, accessibility and visibility.
Learn from the experiences of other distributors who have been through the ERP selection process and not only lived to tell about it, but brought great benefit to their companies. Read this white paper now and learn what NOT to do when evaluating ERP
Do you cringe at the thought of having to replace your enterprise software solution? Does it seem like a monumental undertaking, with a high risk of failure?
Knowledge is power. Learn from the experiences of other distributors who have been through the ERP selection process and not only lived to tell about it, but brought great benefit to their companies.
Selecting the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) software often poses a challenge for many businesses in the manufacturing industry. With so many options out there, it’s difficult to break down each potential application and choose the one that’s the best fit for your business.
This Gartner report explains how ERP selection teams can come to a consensus and establish an understanding of all options by jointly populating and prioritizing a hierarchical, weighted ERP evaluation model.
A structured evaluation model helps put all the cards on the table by explaining and justifying to internal stakeholders, external auditors, and vendors how and why an ERP software decision was made.
Read the Gartner report and establish your own ERP evaluation model to see if the Epicor ERP solution is the right fit for your manufacturing business.
El objetivo principal de las empresas de manufactura es lograr el crecimiento de su empresa. A pesar de que los fabricantes prevén el crecimiento la mayoría enfrentan desafíos tales como la administración del crecimiento.
Epicor ha preparado el eZine “Aumento de Rentabilidad en acción” en donde da a conocer como empresas como la suya han logrado el crecimiento con éxito.
Successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) software implementation depends on having a well-planned strategy that addresses each of these eight issues. If you haven’t been through the ERP selection process before, it can be daunting to compare features and functionality from a variety of vendors to determine which one best fits your needs.
Epicor prepared this “8 Considerations When Choosing Your ERP System” eBook to help businesses identify the key criteria to consider when evaluating ERP software so you can find a system that solves problems instead of creating them.
To run a successful operation, every manufacturing organization needs a modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to boost efficiencies and drive down costs. However, with so many options available, it can be difficult to make the right choice. If you’re wondering whether a generic or industry-specific solution is the best fit for your business—or if you’re wondering how to even start the ERP selection process—you’re not alone.
In this white paper, you’ll discover ways to simplify your ERP selection process, and you’ll learn the differences between industry-specific and generic ERP solutions.
If you’re looking for your first ERP system or looking to upgrade from an existing system, the evaluation, selection and implementation process is a long-term strategic decision for your organization. This whitepaper will help you through the process.
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is a series of software applications or modules that collects data from your sales, purchasing, finance, inventory, supply chain, manufacturing and quality functions into a common database so that your company can share the information, coordinate activities and collaborate.
If you’re looking for your first ERP system or looking to upgrade from an existing system, the evaluation, selection and implementation process is a long-term strategic decision for your organization.
Published By: Gartner
Published Date: Dec 21, 2011
Planning and preparation are essential to ensure the success of an enterprise content management (ECM) initiative, now more so than ever given the challenging economic times. Project activities in the first 100 days provide the foundation for the follow-on vendor selection and implementation. Read this guide for key findings and recommendations on implementing ECM systems.
This whitepaper discovers how by implementing cloud computing across 6 fundamental workloads can transfer the way whole groups employees do their jobs, enabling them to speed new development and uncover new sources of revenue.
With any technology, the vendor's job is to try to sell you their product, and they may rely on promises, superlative language and sparkling product demos to try to sway you. And with the midmarket ERP landscape crowded with players vying for your business's dollar, the prospect of choosing the right solution can seem even more daunting. But armed with these 10 questions, you'll be able to see through the hype and narrow down a few vendors that can really deliver what you need.
Until recently, ERP solutions were considered out of the question for all but the largest companies, due to the technology's complexity and large price tags. However, these days, midmarket companies have more choices than ever when it comes to ERP solutions, as competition between vendors has heated up. This Buyer's Guide can help you answer the big (and small) questions so you can make an informed buying decision.
So your midmarket company has done its research and has settled on what you feel is the perfect ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution? Not so fast. Before you sign on the dotted line, consider these 12 key points to ensure you're making the best possible decision.
Published By: Intralinks
Published Date: Oct 30, 2014
Are you struggling with finding an enterprise collaboration solution that’s both easy to use and secure enough for your organization to share information outside the firewall?
With the infiltration of consumer devices and applications into the enterprise, it’s even more difficult to control access to confidential data while enabling employees to get work done. This 16-page Buyers Guide to Enterprise Collaboration addresses the three key drivers of the selection process:
Risk management strategy
Accelerating business productivity
Improving IT efficiency
Even if you are already in an RFP process, or just starting to figure out your requirements, this Buyers’ Guide provides insight into the factors you should be considering, keepi
Most white papers and webinars available on the Internet about choosing enterprise middleware focus the selection process around criteria such as licensing costs, technical coverage of long lists of specified functionalities, and vendor viability. While these criteria may have been suitable in the past, the experience of many enterprise architects leading J2EE projects over the past few years suggest that they are not enough. What’s missing? People costs.
Create a transformation vision and an integrated technology roadmap to get started towards your goals.
As digital complexity increases, you’ve probably spent a lot of time making sure your customer-facing strategies and technologies are ready to meet the next challenge. And rightly so.
But what about your internal functions? Are your ERP, finance, HR, procurement and supply chain strategies ready? You may be asking some hard questions:
• How do I manage a large-scale transformation of my back office underpinned with the right technologies?
• Is my technology strategy truly aligned to meet my business goals?
• What are other organizations doing to make the transition?
KPMG Technology Strategy and Selection gives you the tools to frame such decisions by working with you to develop a transformation strategy that’s based on your organization’s overarching business needs. One that will diminish some of the noise of disruption by helping you see what’s coming--while focusing on an integr
To allow organizations and individuals the flexibility to address their specific challenges, Microsoft has a variety of Microsoft® Office suites to select from. This paper describes the commonalities and differences among the suites of the 2007 Microsoft Office system: Microsoft Office Standard 2007, Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007, Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007, and Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007. Each suite provides the core Microsoft Office applications as well as features that support integrated content management, information rights and policy, and integrated electronic forms; however, they differ in the selection of included applications and the ways in which advanced features are implemented.
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