In the first installment of our series on Acumatica vs. Oracle NetSuite, we compared the implementation processes of the two ERP software solutions. In this second entry, we will turn our attention to a subject that is top of mind for all organizational leaders: costs.
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As is true with most innovative technologies, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was initially only available to large organizations. Early ERP software was simply too cost-prohibitive for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Fortunately, as the technology has evolved, it has become more accessible.
With inflation on the rise, businesses around the globe are bracing for a potential recession. While the decline in currency values and rising prices are impacting organizations of all sizes, small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are particularly vulnerable.
In the wake of several major cyberattacks, businesses across all industries have been reevaluating their security protocols and best practices. While virtually any digital asset is vulnerable to cyber attack, ERP software is a particularly appealing target because of the amount of critical business data that it contains.
Since the turn of the century, business accounting processes have entered a Renaissance period categorized by the rapid emergence of new ideas and best practices. Basic accounting tools like spreadsheets or paper-based alternatives were replaced by more robust software.
You may be familiar with Sage 100 and Acumatica. Both ERP software solutions can seem ideal on the surface. But when it comes to choosing from the huge variety of products on the market, Acumatica is the clear winner.
Over the last several years, countless businesses have transitioned away from legacy financial management solutions in favor of dynamic, cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. This shift comes as no surprise as the latter option offers a multitude of benefits that cannot be obtained from antiquated on-premises solutions.
Is your aging ERP software holding your business back? Are you torn between upgrading your legacy ERP software and replacing it with a modern, cloud-based solution? Not sure which move is the most pragmatic option for your organization?
Once upon a time, Sage’s feature package provided the premier ERP service for small- to mid-sized businesses
(SMBs). Those days are long gone. Sage is now legacy software running on code that isn't agile enough to meet the needs of modern business.
The end of the month causes unreasonable stress. Duplicate data entry, frustrating number adjustment, and learning that information is just plain wrong creates friction between departments and demands long, thankless hours.