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When purchasing a tactical software solution such as an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, making the right decision is crucial. ERP selection and deployment are no longer seen as mere IT initiatives. Rather, they have become strategic tools for helping to drive business growth and gain a critical competitive advantage.
Does your electronics or parts manufacturing facility know the most important operational functions necessary to thrive in today's markets? Not only do we have the scoop on which ones matter most, but we can show you how enterprise resource planning software makes them a reality.
BPM software assists with developing a robust enterprise security framework by helping stakeholders collaborate. It also provides powerful tools for compliance with governmental and industry regulations. Improving enterprise cybersecurity requires a large coordinated effort across multiple business functions, and BPM assists with collaboration between teams, assessing areas of vulnerability, and deploying secure processes and systems.
abas ERP is designed to help midmarket electronics original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) stand up to the challenges of their industry.
Is the U.S. automotive industry suffering as badly as economists believe? Not quite. But although sales may not be as bad as we think they are, that doesn't mean carmakers and parts manufacturers should kick back and relax this summer. There are still plenty of issues worth addressing.
For electronics manufacturers, barcoding and ERP is a match made in heaven, by helping production improve throughput without sacrificing quality or drowning in a sea of big data.
Fabrication and assembly operations always push the limits on what manufactured goods can do and how well they can align with consumer preferences. This year has already seen unbelievable advancements in materials science that directly affect how fabricators around the globe will compete.
abas ERP has been named a Pacesetter in Software Advice's FrontRunners Quadrant for ERP Software. The ERP quadrant highlights top-performing manufacturing software products.
Manufacturing trends fueled growth in the Southeastern United States, especially advanced manufacturing in the automotive and aerospace sectors, has led to employment gains, higher wages, and a growing influx of workers into the region.
Providing your sales team with full access to your customer and sales data, no matter where you’re working (at home, at the office, or while traveling to meet your customers) or whatever device you’re working on, is what the new abas Customer Relationship Management app is all about. We spoke recently with abas mobile app developer Andrew Huber, part of the abas mobile team that developed the new CRM app, about the many real-world business benefits it offers users.
Digital transformation for businesses of all kinds will be driven by the cloud. The days of investing your IT budget in expensive infrastructure, i.e., hardware such as on-premise servers that are costly to purchase and maintain, and years-long, risky IT projects that drain people, money, and focus away from your core business, are long gone. What has changed?
This year, manufacturers and distributors around the world will embark on the process of selecting an ERP system. Whether it’s the first ERP system they’ll install or an upgrade from a legacy system, the selection and implementation will be a major undertaking. What are the main reasons why companies upgrade their ERP systems, and what should they look for in their new software? We answer these questions in our 6-part blog series.
Engagement is critical for the success of any ERP implementation project. How do you make sure your implementation team, leadership team, and other employees get behind – and stay behind – the project? What causes low engagement during an ERP implementation, and how can businesses resolve or prevent it? This blog post gives some time-tested ways to maintain high engagement.
The Sentient Enterprise: The Evolution of Business Decision Making by is a new book by Oliver Ratzesberger and Mohan Sawhney, describing how organizations can accelerate the digital maturation process, gaining the capacity to capture, share, and leverage data to support better business decision making. This post describes some of the key concepts in that book.
The Great Lakes region is making a manufacturing comeback, leading the overall comeback of U.S. manufacturing. In 2018 and beyond, Great Lakes manufacturing trends point to manufacturers leveraging technology, geographic advantages, and an experienced workforce to drive growth in the region, the nation, and around the globe. These four trends describe how.