Most businesses are aware that they need to adopt digital technologies to compete in today’s market, but the fear of failures holds them back. In the UK public sector, for example, many local government decision makers are being encouraged to adopt a cloud-first policy which...

Did you know that today’s ERP systems evolve from the MRP systems of the past? If you are interested in the differences, applications and functionality of MRP and ERP, this article is for you! Understanding the difference between ERP and manufacturing resource planning (MRP) is important...

  It's no wonder ERP has such a bad reputation: The history surrounding the complex and expensive enterprise software market is packed with tales of vendor mud-slinging, outrageous hype and epic failures. With enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications at the heart of...

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions are great, but successful implementation requires careful thought, consideration, and engagement from all stakeholders. LG Electronics When the global giant LG Electronics- with 114 subsidiaries, and more than 82,000 employees across 40 countries- tried to harmonize its Human Resources (HR) functions, the...

The following is an example of what ERP covers in manufacturing; Inventory Management Material Requirements Planning (MRP) Job Costing Manufacturing Multiple Branch Accounting Contacts and Communication (CRM) Report Writing Serial and Batch Writing Vehicle Loading and Scheduling An ERP system can be described as a flexible and upgradeable commercial package which supports, in real...

There are few character traits more valuable and underrated than resilience. Strength, bravery, intelligence, will- while all these qualities may be great to have, there is one common element they all share, and that’s resilience. Emotional resilience is your ability to pick yourself up after...