How one company shrunk its metrics and beat a foreign competitor.
While standardizing systems across business units provides some value, there are also large costs associated with the maintenance and implementation of these huge systems. As these systems grow in size, so does the cost. They become less flexible, slower to upgrade, and inhibit the ability to compete. Like an aging boxer, time is not their friend.
Today, ERP is about managing complexity wherever it may be found in an organization.
But what if ERP could think? What if ERP could be intuitive?
This is what Dave Schwarber, director of Cincom’s Manufacturing Business Solutions division, addresses in his article “The road to intuitive ERP” published this week in Australia’s Technology Spectator.
Yesterday Cincom announced that we had become a reseller of Microsoft Dynamics AX. What we didn’t share in the announcement was that we have also recently completed our accreditation for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, the most recent version of AX.
Transforming Complex Enterprises into Dynamic Businesses
So what are people saying about Cincom’s new global independent software vendor (ISV) partnership with Microsoft? Here are what a few people are saying on Twitter.
Cincom and Microsoft have signed a strategic, global independent software vendor (ISV) agreement to deliver enhanced enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution capabilities to complex enterprises.