Posts tagged with: erp

Has your ERP Become a Legacy System?

1st generation ERP’s were implemented around the 1995 to 2000 period.  Most of them have now become legacy systems. What does legacy really mean? It means your ERP is no longer meeting the needs of your organization. Here are a...
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Microsoft Office365 InfoGraphic

I recently read an article in WSJ.Money magazine that profiled how University of Notre Dame business graduate student, Cory Albertson, mastered the massively popular fantasy games market.  Where most sports fans use emotion, intuition, and hype to play in these...
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Where Fantasy Football Meets Business

One of the ways that manufacturers can be classified is as discrete or process; this describes the type of manufacturing processes involved (there is a third type, mixed mode, which combines both). Your typical small- or medium-sized manufacturer has better...
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Centage Corporation Secures $9.5 million in Series A Funding Led by TVC Capital

Natick, MA – September 24, 2014 – Centage ® Corporation, a leading provider of budgeting and forecasting software (Budget Maestro®) for small and medium sized businesses, today announced it has secured $9.5 million in Series A funding from TVC Capital, a San Diego...
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Understanding ERP Requirements for Discrete Manufacturing and Process Manufacturing

One of the ways that manufacturers can be classified is as discrete or process; this describes the type of manufacturing processes involved (there is a third type, mixed mode, which combines both). Your typical small- or medium-sized manufacturer has better...
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