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Is Cloud Computing Here to Stay?

2013 is expected to be a year full of changes. With uncertainties about the tax code, cost of labor, government regulations, health care, and the federal deficit, small and large businesses alike are vigilant as they plan and prepare for … Continue reading

Posted in April 2013, Cloud, Newsletter | Leave a comment

ERP Selection Tips for Mid-Market Companies

Choosing an ERP system is one of the most strategic decisions for mid-market companies and their CEOs face a significant dilemma. Should I choose a system for today, or for how my company may look in 5 to 10 years? … Continue reading

Posted in April 2013, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Newsletter | Leave a comment

Business Intelligence Continues to Grow

Business intelligence (BI) applications became one of 2012′s must-have technologies – a list that also includes cloud computing, social media and mobile solutions. At the same time, many of these innovations will likely intersect with one another in 2013. In … Continue reading

Posted in April 2013, Business Intelligence (BI), Newsletter | Leave a comment

Section 179 Deduction Extended

If you are currently lease-financing any of your equipment or software, you will be happy to know that the Section 179 Deduction has been extended in the Fiscal Cliff Bill. According to the bill, you can write off the entire … Continue reading

Posted in April 2013, Newsletter | Leave a comment

Cut Costs by Moving Your ERP System to the Cloud

The United States economy has been stagnant in recent years, and small and medium-sized businesses have been affected as much as anyone. As a result, many small to medium-sized businesses have looked toward innovative technology as a means of cutting … Continue reading

Posted in Cloud, March 2013, Newsletter | Leave a comment

Incorporate Social Media into Your CRM Strategy for Better, More Informed Customer Interactions

No matter how big or small your company may be, pleasing your customers should still be high on your priority list. Even a massive corporation like Google or General Electric should be just as focused on keeping customers happy, satisfied … Continue reading

Posted in Customer Relations Management (CRM), March 2013, Newsletter | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Could Business Intelligence Improve Customer Relationships?

Business intelligence (BI) has been around for quite some time, but the sector experienced a major revival in 2012, driven largely by the increasing need for advanced data analytics. According to a recent Gartner survey, BI and analytics were voted … Continue reading

Posted in Business Intelligence (BI), March 2013, Newsletter | Leave a comment

Small Businesses Looking to ERP to Increase Efficiency

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems used to be a tool reserved mostly for larger companies, but that is quickly changing. A recent survey by Aberdeen Group found that small businesses are adopting ERP software at more frequent rates. Businesses with … Continue reading

Posted in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), March 2013, Newsletter | Leave a comment

ERP vs. Warehouse Management Systems: Which is Best?

It has been around long enough to be considered one of those “classic debates”: ERP warehouse management module or best-of-breed warehouse management system? One would think that by now this debate would have been settled. The facts and opinions have … Continue reading

Posted in March 2013, Newsletter, Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) | Leave a comment

Five Things to Consider Before Making Your CRM Decision

Internet-based technologies have played an important role in the development of modern CRM applications over the last several years. They have been the critical driving force behind the rise of on-demand (or cloud) CRM, and have also enabled on-premise CRM … Continue reading

Posted in Customer Relations Management (CRM), February 2013, Newsletter | Leave a comment