Checklist to Choosing an ERP System for your Business in 2020

Checklist for choosing the right ERP

Have you decided that implementing an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) or switching to a new one in the New Year could benefit your business and is that the reason you have landed here? Well, congratulations on your decision and the happy news is that you have crossed the first milestone Continue Reading

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Dhanya Arumughom

Is It Time To Upgrade My ERP?

Is-it time to upgrade my ERP

When was the last time you upgraded your ERP (Enterprise Resource System)? We guess most of your answer would be “not in recent memory”. For most of us, the thought of upgrading ERPs is quite daunting, unlike the way we upgrade to the latest versions of apps or even as Continue Reading

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Dhanya Arumughom

Why do you need EPICOR ERP for your Organisation?

An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is one of the most critical and biggest IT investments to make for businesses today. It helps them manage their business functions with the help of a centralized and integrated system. Implementing an ERP system allows companies to achieve business process automation and operational Continue Reading

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Dhanya Arumughom

ERP- Simplifying your global strategy

Most of the manufacturing world has gone global. Access to larger markets drives higher demand for products and as manufacturers grow in size, so does the complexity of running their business. [Read More]

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Arushi Kumbera

Solving the legacy puzzle – A look at mid-market ERP trends

Legacy can be a boon or a bane. Legacy systems are like a comfort blanket. You know them like the back of your palm. There is a lot of familiarity built in as well as a lot of customization to cater to various specific scenarios. [Read More]

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Kumar Mallampalli

How can you leverage ERP to drive Lean Manufacturing?

Everyone in the manufacturing world is familiar with Kanban, the scheduling system for lean manufacturing and just-in-time manufacturing. This system was Toyota’s disruptive force to improve manufacturing efficiency. Based entirely on demand, organisations using this system significantly reduced waste as inventory is produced only when there is demand for it.  [Read More]

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Arushi Kumbera