I bet almost every email or blog you've read since March started with the reflection on the pandemic and how hard it hit everyone. But trust me, it fits here. Whether we wanted it or not, the global pandemic made it clear that going digital is crucial for any business. Your leadership team (one way or another) learned the value of Digital Transformation: they now know that it's one of the vital strategic differentiators for your organization, and it will help accelerate your recovery plan for 2021. But after the first motivation hit and excitement waves are ebbing, critical questions begin to surface: how long and how much? Here are my thoughts.
Are you frustrated with your company’s Financial Software? Then this text is for you! Generally, business growth is an admirable goal to achieve. When companies change, expand, and grow more complex over the years, most small and mid-sized businesses are reaching a crossroads: legacy software or – behold! – manual accounting and financial processing can’t keep up anymore and the looming decision of adapting a new financial management platform. But which one is right for you?
We regularly hear of failed or unsuccessful ERP implementations. And while there are many factors contributing to a good or bad outcome in such complex projects, there are parameters and precautions that will help you walk on the safe side and achieve the results you set out to get.
Investing in a cloud ERP is one of the most important and substantial decisions a business can make for future success. But how do you know which software solution is right for your business? Find the answers you’ve been looking for as we compare Acumatica vs NetSuite, two of the top ERP vendors that claim they are built for the modern business with advanced functionally.
Earlier this week and During the Famous Inbound 2020, HubSpot (if some of you do not know them) a Global Leading Cloud Growth Platform (CRM/Sales/Marketing /Ticking/CMS) platform, introduced a brand-new set of game changing features that set it in direct competition with big names like SAP and Salesforce, allowing it to grow its target market to include mid-sized companies.
If you’re new to the concept of Digital Transformation, you might (rightfully) ask yourself what it entails. Here at Flawless Inbound, we have a goal of helping 500+ B2B companies rise above the noise with Digital Transformation by 2022 – and that journey starts with understanding what it is and how it differs from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).