Advantages of ERP

Centralized System & Data Insight

Business Management Software provides a centralized system for your business, enabling data and processes to flow freely between departments. This minimizes the need for re-keying data and orders into multiple systems which drains valuable company time and makes data error-prone, reducing its reliability. Additionally, ERP solutions give you the tools to create personalized dashboards that give you an overview of the information you need in the form of graphs, charts and summary tables, and link back to full reports so you can get the insight you need with a few clicks.

Specialized Industry Verticals

On their own many modern ERP solutions are already incredibly robust, enabling you to manage everything from accounting and financials to customer relationship management and distribution in one solution. Each industry has its own unique set of challenges & requirements and there are hundreds of complementary solutions that can be integrated with your ERP further expand your solution’s functionality, it’s just a matter of determining which solution is going to offer your business the features and integration options to satisfy your specific needs.

Cloud or On-Premise

It’s not a matter of if ERP is right for your business, it’s a matter of which ERP is right for your business. Business Management Software is the cornerstone of a successful organization. One of the fundamental questions you should ask yourself surrounding business management solutions is how you want your solution hosted: cloud, on-premise, or a combination of both? How your solution is hosted will impact where your data is stored, the upfront costs involved with implementing your ERP, and the ease of updating and personalizing your ERP.

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Sage X3

Sage X3 (also known as Sage Enterprise Management) is a robust ERP that is suitable for mid to enterprise-sized businesses. While traditionally it is was deployed as an on-premise solution, through the launch of Sage Business Cloud, Sage X3 can now also be deployed as a cloud-connected solution, giving users access to benefits such as real-time data and mobile access.

The built-in functionality offered within Sage X3 enables mid-sized companies the opportunity to benefit from the advanced functionality they need from the get-go while leaving the door open to scale features with complementary solutions as business demands grow. It is particularly praised in the distribution and manufacturing industries for its recipe/formula management, traceability and recall capabilities.

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Sage 300

Sage 300 (formerly Accpac) is a mid-sized business management solution that enables businesses to connect core operations like accounting, distribution, warehousing and manufacturing along with sales, marketing customer service and business analytics. As such, it offers many of the same features as Sage X3, but on a smaller scale.

While it can be deployed as an on-premise solution, there is also a cloud-connected option, Sage 300cloud. 300cloud allows you to experience the benefits of a cloud solution. One of the many features offered by Sage 300 is global accessibility, with the ability to support multiple entities, languages and currencies while using a single software solution.

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Acumatica is an integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution and Customer Resource Management (CRM) solution. It is a true cloud solution, but also offers the option to be deployed as a hybrid or on-premise solution.

One of the major benefits of Acumatica is that businesses can have unlimited users, which means you can give everyone from key employees to remote workers and investors access with role-based security to control access. Ideally suited for small- and medium-sized businesses, it offers robust financials as well as a wide range of tools and features that. With these, businesses can tie all of their department’s together, centralizing processes and data in one place.

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Sage Intacct

Sage Intacct is a true cloud financial management solution ideally suited for small and medium-sized businesses and built specifically to address the demands of finance and accounting. Sage Intacct is the only AICPA-preferred partner. It is recognized as their top provider of financial-related applications to CPAs, which is a testament to the value that the solution has to offer.

It provides your finance department with the specialized tools it needs to optimize billing, accounting and reporting. It also provides the rest of your business with a centralized database and workflow center so information can flow freely through departments.

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