Saturday February 22, 2020

ERP: Customers always come first

The ability to integrate easily with crucial third-party applications or websites is crucial for firms looking to implement an ERP solution.

12th May, 2012
Mike O'Regan, sales and marketing director with IT firm Prostrategy Colman. Photo: Neil Danton

The ability to integrate easily with crucial third-party applications or websites, and having 'portals' for customers, suppliers and service engineers, rank among the most common requirements of firms looking to implement an ERP solution, according to Mike O'Regan, sales and marketing director with IT firm Prostrategy Colman.

ERP systems are designed to integrate internal information on companies, such as finance/accounting, manufacturing, sales, service and customer relationship management, and thereby facilitate the flow of information between...

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