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How Kelly Moore Paints Simplified Its ERP Software Evaluation and Selection
Kelly-Moore Paints, the largest employee-owned paint company in the US, was looking to consolidate all business activities into one company-wide platform. The

erp functions evaluation  mixed-mode (process and discrete) ERP to identify feature and function gaps that might have otherwise been missed, and created a custom RFI specifically designed for its environment. TEC's methodologies enabled the project team to turn subjective feedback into quantitative data through a series of specially designed activities, which were then quantified and integrated into the decision model. Kelly-Moore quickly mastered TEC's online research portal, decision support engine, and methodology, giving the Read More
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Demystifying ERP Software Selection for Midsize Manufacturers is Focus of New Buyer’s Guide from Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC)
The TEC 2014 ERP for Midsize Manufacturers Buyer’s Guide speaks to the business challenges manufacturers face and provides insight on how to sift through the

erp functions evaluation  ERP Software Selection for Midsize Manufacturers is Focus of New Buyer’s Guide from Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) The TEC 2014 ERP for Midsize Manufacturers Buyer’s Guide reviews emerging ERP technology trends that can benefit manufacturers—if they adopt the right ones. Montreal, Canada (May 27, 2014) — Though enterprise resource planning (ERP) software has been around for decades, selecting the right one continues to overwhelm manufacturers. In fact, as midsize manufacturers Read More
Best Practices in Extending ERP: A Buyer’s Guide to ERP versus Best-of-breed Decisions
The trade-off between best-of-breed functionality and ease of integration is no longer so simple. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software continues to

erp functions evaluation  Yet while the original ERP selection process may have been a two dimensional decision, weighing features and functions of various ERP vendors against each other, a third, and possibly a fourth dimension is added to the evaluation in deciding to extend ERP. The third dimension is the added complexity of integration, resulting in the following questions which need to be answered. How tightly must the functions be integrated? How much data must be shared or replicated? How much duplication of functions Read More
ERP Features and Functions: Reference Guide to Process Manufacturing Software
This reference guide provides insight into the process manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) features and functions that are accessible on today’s

erp functions evaluation  and prioritize the process ERP functions and features that are important to your organization, please visit TEC’s ERP Software Evaluation Center . Compare ERP solutions now Read More
Don’t Forget to Factor In Mobile ERP When Selecting a New ERP System
A 2011 study of mid-market manufacturers sought to understand the nature of demand for mobile access to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other enterprise

erp functions evaluation  who can access their ERP system through a mobile device, very few rate this access as excellent. Meanwhile, significant portions of users reported no mobile access to a variety of types of enterprise software solutions.   The ability to complete these time-sensitive functions are particularly important to the 80% of respondents who say they need access “on the move”—that is, in locations where they cannot connect with or effectively use a laptop. For these people, the ability to be productive on Read More
Four Reasons Why You Need to Consolidate Your Various ERP Packages
If your business is running more than a single enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package, you need to consolidate down to one. In this white paper, we

erp functions evaluation  to Consolidate Your Various ERP Packages If your business is running more than a single enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package, you need to consolidate down to one. In this white paper, we’ll provide you with four good reasons for making this move, and how to get around the various organizational barriers to doing so. Read More
Why Price Shouldn't Be the Final Factor When Investing in Manufacturing ERP Software: The Hidden Expenses Often Found in Low-cost ERP Systems
When it is time to invest in a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, a low entry price could be concealing an expensive total cost of ownership. Price

erp functions evaluation  When Investing in Manufacturing ERP Software: The Hidden Expenses Often Found in Low-cost ERP Systems When it is time to invest in a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, a low entry price could be concealing an expensive total cost of ownership. Price should not be the deciding factor. Rather, best fit for your company should be the number one consideration. Download this white paper to learn more about the hidden costs. Read More
SAP ERP: ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing) Competitor Analysis Report
The enterprise resource planning (ERP) for services knowledge base is appropriate for organizations in service-oriented industries. It consists of enterprise

erp functions evaluation  ERP: ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing) Competitor Analysis Report The enterprise resource planning (ERP) for services knowledge base is appropriate for organizations in service-oriented industries. It consists of enterprise-wide integrated information systems that manage the operations, services, and resources of non-manufacturing organizations. Read More
ERP in Manufacturing AXIS
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) provides a necessary infrastructure, along with the transactional detail and system of record that any manufacturing business

erp functions evaluation  manufacturing business needs. But ERP also enables streamlining and accelerating business processes—while providing visibility to those processes throughout the enterprise. This AXIS report looks at ERP solution providers from a market readiness and customer value derived perspective. Read More
IFS Applications
Developed using open, component-based technology, IFS Applications provide extended enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality, including customer

erp functions evaluation  IFS Applications provide extended enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality, including customer relationship management (CRM); supply chain management (SCM); product lifecycle management (PLM); corporate performance management (CPM); enterprise asset management (EAM); and maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) capabilities. IFS Applications' service-oriented architecture (SOA) is designed to help companies collaborate with partners, suppliers, and customers. IFS Applications are a comprehensive Read More
ERP-II: Making ERP Deliver On Its Promise to the Enterprise
Conventional enterprise resource planning (ERP) falls short in a few areas: competitive pressures are making it clear that business is still in need of more

erp functions evaluation  II: Making ERP Deliver On Its Promise to the Enterprise Conventional enterprise resource planning (ERP) falls short in a few areas: competitive pressures are making it clear that business is still in need of more effective solutions. ERP II, however, delivers on the original concept of ERP. No longer is corporate information isolated in departmental silos, but it is housed with all corporate information, used to benefit the entire organization. Read More
ERP in Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy
Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have

erp functions evaluation  Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have one single ERP system to unify all their parts and processes, but a survey shows that the average manufacturing company has 1.9 separate and distinct systems. This paper looks at how overall ERP strategy relates to companies’ performance. Read More
Sage ERP X3
Sage ERP X3 provides medium-sized businesses with fully integrated functionality in all areas of business for accounting and financial management, purchasing

erp functions evaluation  ERP X3 Sage ERP X3 provides medium-sized businesses with fully integrated functionality in all areas of business for accounting and financial management, purchasing, inventory, sales, customer relationship management (CRM), and manufacturing. It offers both standard management features and in-depth process customization capabilities. The result is a range of configured offerings that covers the standard requirements of several industries, and is also adaptable to the needs of specific organizations: Read More
DEACOM ERP: Process Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The process enterprise resource planning (ERP) knowledge base anticipates as many factors as possible to assist businesses in the process manufacturing field

erp functions evaluation  ERP: Process Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report The process enterprise resource planning (ERP) knowledge base anticipates as many factors as possible to assist businesses in the process manufacturing field, which typically involves mixing, separating, forming, or performing chemical reactions (for example, paint manufacturers or refineries). The knowledge base includes criteria for determining batch control and reporting, formula and routing, and material management capabilities. It also Read More

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