With the new year upon us, it is a natural time to look ahead and see what 2016 has in store for the ERP industry. A few trends seem clear heading into the year - the rise of postmodern ERP, an emphasis on getting the most out of ERP deployments and a move to use ERP to protect organizations in a changing IT climate.
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ERP systems are evolving to give you the data you need to make the right managerial decisions. abas ERP features a TCI function to streamline time clock capabilities for businesses, and now that funcationailty is also mobile.
There are many ways that businesses can differentiate themselves, although two of the most common, differentiating based on price or product innovation can be problematic for manufacturers. This article talks about how Manufacturing businesses can use customer relationships as a strong business differentiator.
ERP systems create an operational framework in which the software takes care of the details for you, empowering your workers to focus on the most important tasks in their day.
For Part 3, we move into an exploration of legal challenges, where it is key to remember that a common theme underpins all of these issues - global businesses must be able to act locally in each area they operate.
In Part 2 of our localization series, we'll discuss how you can use abas ERP to break through the language barrier that often separates business units in different countries.
The ERP world has been shifting in response to the growing wave of mobile devices in the enterprise. On their own, mobile devices won't do much for your business. It's the apps that fuel transformation in how people work, and our goal at abas is to give users the tools they need to work at their best.
The success or failure of a company is dictated by many factors, but the people that drive that organization and the relationships it has with vendors and partners are among the most influential factors in its health.