Financial Software: Core management systems must work with others
It aims to be comprehensive, but business management software must coexist and complement specialist applications
A ll mid-market financial and ERP systems are designed by their vendors to be as comprehensive as possible for the general business market and a wide range of activities and management needs.
When it comes to particular sectors and business types the more common variations will certainly be catered for, such as manufacturing, distribution, retail and service industry.
“But even with an extensive range of options in the product, a client would be well advised...
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