Managing the Introduction of New Products

Posted in: Blog- Aug 21, 2012 3 Comments

As a manufacturer, you know that constant innovation is the key factor to remaining competitive, and ongoing research and development to design new and better products is integral to the industry. Your ability to design new products and modify existing designs, as well as improve time-to market, is critical to remaining competitive and profitable. Efficient […]

A Few Words About Quantum Architecture

Posted in: Blog- Aug 06, 2012 1 Comment

“Quantum Architecture,” as SYSPRO calls it, addresses every aspect of enterprise technology and architecture – everything from mobile to the cloud is fully covered, ensuring a 360-degree approach to managing all the critical business components. SYSPRO Quantum Architecture aligns Strategy with Business Activities, the SYSPRO ERP System and People (Internal and External) in a perfectly choreographed […]

SYSPRO and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

Posted in: Blog- Jul 25, 2012 No Comments

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was a necessary piece of legislation to protect investors and increase investor confidence in American companies. It was established in the wake of corporate scandals such as Enron and WorldCom. The Act tries to instill in companies the concept of good corporate governance. Sarbanes-Oxley affects all American listed companies, their divisions, and […]

Inside Business Finance Lists the Key Questions to Ask Before Buying a Midmarket ERP Solution

Posted in: Blog- Jul 06, 2012 No Comments

Some years ago the good folks at Inside Business Finance put together a Definitive Guide to Midmarket ERP Solutions. It was filled with invaluable information, and we at Dataccount keep a copy close at hand for reference. The document also provides a checklist of several questions for potential midmarket buyers of ERP software. Since this […]

Avoiding ERP Implementation Pitfalls

Posted in: Blog- Jun 21, 2012 No Comments

A recent study by Panorama Consulting revealed that many ERP installations ended up in lawsuits – most often because of implementation failures. And these failures were most often the result of attempting to lay new software on top of existing business practices, rather than streamlining these practices to maximize the use of the new software. […]

ERP Implementations Should Reduce Costs

Posted in: Blog- Jun 05, 2012 No Comments

A successful ERP implementation should reduce costs in three primary categories: Inventory costs Manufacturing operating costs Administrative costs A survey by the Aberdeen Group, 2007 ERP in the Midmarket, found best-in-class respondents reported a 21 percent decrease in inventory costs, a 17 percent decrease in manufacturing operating costs and a 16 percent decrease in administrative […]