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Don’t Delay Your ERP Implementation Any Longer

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Business often procrastinate replacing entry-level business solutions or legacy systems with a powerful enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution due to the time, money, and the complications that the process can cause on daily operations. However, the longer the delay, the longer it takes to replace inefficient processes with more efficient ones.

Manufacturers and distributors are busy businesses to start with and operations can become increasingly complex with growth.  You may feel the pinch of inadequate software or legacy solutions that aren’t working as well as they did years ago.  Employees begin using other means to collect and report business data which leads to redundant data entry, delays, and increases the chance for inaccurate data.  You can’t afford to make mistakes with managing your growing business and risk customer satisfaction, especially when an affordable ERP solution is within reach.

Replacing inadequate business software with an integrated ERP solution can save time and money, and without lengthy downtime. Today’s ERP solutions can meet your business needs right out-of-the-box and can be further customized to address unique operations or conditions.  You can manage your entire operation with a single ERP solution, including financials, inventory and supply chain, manufacturing and distribution operations, payroll and human resources, and other core business processes.  One ERP solution is much easier to learn and use than multiple, specialty solutions or other manual processes, and far more efficient.  Also, today’s ERP solutions, including Microsoft Dynamics® GP, can be implemented quickly – typically in days or weeks, instead of months or years, which improves your return on investment.

Your people can enter customer and inventory data into an ERP solution once, for example, then share that data with other departments for other means. You can monitor inventory in real time, turn purchase orders into invoices, and get to know your customers better when all of your core data is at your fingertips.  Business intelligence features can highlight trends that you can use to support business growth, such as identifying the products that are increasing in popularity.  You can then adjust inventory levels and production schedules to satisfy customer needs while remaining productive and profitable.

There is no reason to wait to replace inadequate technology with a stronger ERP solution. Contact Collins Computing for guidance on choosing an ERP solution and making the switch today.

By Collins Computing, a Microsoft Dynamics GP Gold Certified Partner out of California

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