Tuesday July 14, 2020

ERP: Keeping up with evolution

Companies looking to introduce mobility to their ERP systems must ensure the solution is linked with their back office, according to Alan Connor of Exchequer Software.

20th April, 2013
Alan Connor, Exchequer Software. Photo: Maura Hickey

Companies looking to introduce mobility to their ERP systems must ensure the solution is linked with their back office, according to Alan Connor, commercial director of Exchequer Software Ireland.

"Mobility can bring efficiency," Connor said. "For example, if you have sales reps out on the road delivering products, merchandising and dealing with clients, certain devices can allow them to do different transactions. But unless you develop the back office, there's no point."

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