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Everyone knows you can't skimp on quality, but automotive parts manufacturers have to uphold ever-rising standards amid disruptive industry changes. ERP can level the playing field and allow even small parts producers to enter the next industrial revolution with confidence.
In this two-part series, abas USA explores six of the major trends transforming manufacturing in the U.S. In part 1, we’ll explore 3 of these trends: automation, outsourcing, and emerging service needs. In part 2, we’ll explore globalization, the growth of strategic partnerships, and reshoring of U.S. production.
Want to make the most of your abas ERP system in 2018? Get your training in now! abas USA is offering four customer training courses between now and the end of the year, including two online courses for people who can't get away from the office: Business Intelligence, DMS (ONLINE), Finance Bootcamp and Year-End Closing (ONLINE).
The demo team from abas ERP will be presenting 5 product demos at this year's ERP Vendor Congress, held in Mississauga Meadowvale, Ontario October 30-31. The team will show abas' new Web UI, new mobile apps, and innovative features such as the abas Business Process Management (BPM) tool, vendor portals and customer portals.
Agility matters in a business world that’s increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. Being agile means you’re prepared for change. Although nobody can predict what will happen next, we know it’s happening at an ever-accelerating pace, heaping more stress on your people, processes, and systems to keep up with the pace of change. Your company’s ability to adapt and remain agile can be your biggest competitive advantage. Here’s how abas ERP supports agility.
Digitization, the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud ERP, mobile ERP, business process management -- how will these and other technologies impact the businesses in today's manufacturing and distribution space? And what are the key factors for the successful implementation of digital strategies in the future?
Industrial machinery manufacturers are used to dealing with intricate builds and highly detailed production. But when it comes to selecting ERP software, they're not looking for complexity. Finance expert Brad Strathe gave us the lowdown on the questions manufacturers ask most about ERP.
When discussing the implementation or upgrade of an ERP solution, cost tends to dominate the conversation. This is misguided and can be limiting for a business. Smart businesses instead focus their ERP selection process on the value opportunities that various ERP systems can bring.
What’s the number one thing we get asked on Live Chat on our website? “How much does your software cost?” While we understand how easy it is to focus on cost numbers, what often gets lost is this: centering your ERP system selection decision on ERP costs, rather than the benefits or value various systems will bring to your business, is short sighted and limiting.
Implementing your enterprise resource planning software is an arduous task, especially if done incorrectly. We've found that most implementation teams struggle with these six problems more than any others. Will you and your ERP implementation team evade significant setbacks and finish your project successfully?
These days, we're used to using the Web for everything. Wouldn't it be great if access to ERP software was as intuitive as navigating our favorite websites? Now it can be with abas ERP Web UI. Read on to find out all the features our browser-based user interface brings to enterprise resource planning.
Business intelligence tools have come a long way from the automated spreadsheet. But as innovation in the industrial sector takes a gigantic leap forward with Industry 4.0, leaders cannot rely on old-world paradigms of progress. Now is the time for abas BI.