Traditionally Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are viewed to be more suited to large business or corporations who have bigger budgets for technology change projects. That may have been the case many years ago, but times have changed thanks to cloud computing. Here are our tips for evaluating ERP systems for your business.Read More
Businesses scale and change and so should your key operating systems. Yet software and solutions are often put on the back burner during times of growth. Have you taken a step back lately to evaluate if your systems are working efficiently and effectively for you? Here are the top signs you may have outgrown your current business systems.Read More
An employee training manual serves many more purposes than accompanying new employee training. Well-constructed training manuals provide written training content, enable departmental functions in the absence of key employees, provide new employees with valuable information and codify workplace rules and guidelines.
When companies review their business software, make sure your business is geared up with the software you purchase and remember it will be with you for a very very long time. A lot of time and investment has gone into this project and I’ve seen and heard horror stories from companies when they hit the green button only to find out they made a mistake.
When moving from a smaller accounting system and looking at proper ERP systems keep this in mind: