Monday February 17, 2020

ERP 2015: Staying ahead of the ERP curve

To keep up with an ever-changing business environment, ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems need to be forward-thinking and responsive to customer needs.

26th April, 2015
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Gavin Peacock, chief executive, TRC Solutions.

Two of the most significant changes in recent years have been the increasing importance of mobile technology and a growing willingness from small and medium-sized businesses to fully embrace cloud technology. Dublin-based IT services provider TRC Solutions has kept on top of the change to stay ahead of the curve.

According to chief executive Gavin Peacock, with so many SMEs using mobile technology and working on the road, systems with real-time instant access to customer...

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