Aug 16, 2016

ERP evolved

The new wave of ERP systems is all about mobility and the user experience.

Sep 1, 2015

ERP: one system to rule them all

Enterprise resource planning has emerged as the backbone of modern business technology.

Jan 26, 2015

Disrupting the ERP bandwagon

When the disruptive force of cloud meets immutable software licensing models, the impossible becomes possible.

Oct 27, 2014

In mining, ERP is only as useful as it is accessible

Mining has largely been left behind when it comes to technology, says Meryl Malcomess, marketing director, Syspro.

Jan 10, 2012

Tried and tested still trumps

Traditional ERP and document management aren't going anywhere, and neither is particularly well-suited to the cloud just yet.

Mar 2, 2011

Considering ERP complexities

The intricacies that come with integrating an enterprise resource planning project is changing customer demands.

Sep 1, 2009

The degrees of Freedom Framework

Linking the business objective of the ERP initiative to the type of project required.

Jul 21, 2009

Taking ownership of ERP implementations

An organisation's executive decision-maker needs a clear strategy when executing the solution.

Mar 11, 2009

Vendors on a knife-edge

Speed of implementation, flexibility and the ability to leverage strong growth in Africa will define ERP this year.

Aug 25, 2008

Executives should make ERP decisions

CEOs seldom involve themselves in the selection process of ERP systems, says Meryl Malcomess, marketing director of SYSPRO.

Mar 31, 2008

Better, stronger, faster. Good or bad?

As ERP systems include more features that used to cost money as separate add-ons, it will increase the pressure on both them and their partners to grow. Some will not survive.

Mar 31, 2008

Feeding frenzy

Consolidation among the big ERP vendors might concern some users but they should first get more value out of what they already have.

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