Determining the best ERP software for your business is hard enough. But that’s only half the battle. Next, you need to find an implementation partner to help you get it up and running. Use these quick ERP consultant selection criteria you can use to zero in on a partner who’ll be a good match for your business.
Since the financial software market explosion over the last decade, the line between the two most popular system types (accounting software and ERP) has become blurry. And, although the terms may seem interchangeable, they’re different products, each with their own purpose. Before you chose one, be sure you understand the difference.
Like many cost related questions, the answer to which type of ERP system, legacy or cloud will be more cost effective for your business depends on your needs and unique situation. However, there are several key factors to consider when conducting an ERP system cost comparison. Find out what they are.
To help you navigate the confusing ERP evaluation process, we looked back at our over 28 years’ experience in the industry and put together a definitive guide titled “ERP Buying Is Easy If You Do It Smart. Get your copy now and let us walk you through the ERP buying process from start to finish.
To begin to decide whether an on premise or cloud ERP is better for you, ask yourself this. Do you want it to run on servers you own and support or do you prefer to use someone else’s servers? While this is a good starting point, it’s not the only important consideration. Explore other key factors.
A pretty face is nice. And, given the choice between two systems that have the same features, most of us will prefer the one with the eye-catching interface over another that looks like something out of the last century. However, this is not the most important part of your design considerations. Learn what is.