How Can an ERP System Improve Your Business? An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is an instrumental piece of software. All companies should have or plan to integrate an ERP into business processes.
10 Signs Your Company Needs to Review Systems. So you have systems in place, but the company has evolved and grown over time. Often people don’t notice just how out of line the people, systems and desired deliverables have become.
Pros & Cons: Remote Project Management Are projects better run remotely? Here we weigh in on the pros and cons to aid you in deciding if remote management is the way forward for future projects.
How to Emerge Stronger & Leaner than Ever Before. Gradient Consulting launches a ‘spring clean’ service guaranteed to provide actionable information on how to ensure everything works at an optimal efficiency level for when productivity increases again.
The Benefits of ERP Software You Need to Know. Through the transition of offering ERP to large enterprise, to today, where small and medium-sized businesses invest in them too, have we lost our way in understanding how ERP can benefit our organisation? We have explored an infographic created by Salesforce, introducing us to the real gains of opting for enterprise software.
Corporate Social Responsibility – What Does it Mean For You? Corporate Social Responsibility is a business concept enabling companies to give back to the community on a local and global scale, make a positive difference and shape their brand. Find out if your business is socially responsible.
At Your Service: Can ERP Improve Customer Satisfaction? Selecting and implementing the right software can help your company deliver a fantastic customer service experience and improve overall customer satisfaction. Find out how ERP can boost your competitive advantage by developing a better understanding of what your customer wants you to deliver.
Project Management and Governance. GBG is an identity management, location intelligence and fraud prevention company. A large scale project affecting multiple business units cropped up at a time when the internal project management team were already over-committed. It was recognised that a higher level of governance to the management of the project was required.