Enterprise ERP - Acumatica
Brian

Big-Time Innovation, Mid-Market Prices

So many things go into building a powerful ERP solution. Security, user experience, functionality, and more make up the many reasons that a company opts to use such a solution. However, it goes much further than that, according to a recent report from Technology Evaluation Centers. This report, Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions: How to Get … Read more

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Acumatica Fabrication
Brian

How to Embrace the Digital Technology Revolution in the Fabrication Industry

Fabrication companies face an onslaught of challenges. Offshoring, recruitment, commodity fluctuation, and more—but one of the most pressing issues? Many are falling behind technologically. From marketing to management, the phrase “digital technology revolution” is a top priority for fabricators. Why Digital Technology is Right for Fabricators There is good reason for this: the increased presence … Read more

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Quote to Cash - Get Paid
Brian

The Last Mile of Quote-to-Cash: Getting Paid

When you think of the concept of quote-to-cash, there are many steps that go into the process and many areas for improvement. From the initial configuration and pricing to the contract creation and negotiation to sending the invoice, everything needs to move forward quickly and accurately. Following our last blog on the quote-to-cash process discussing … Read more

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Shop Group of Workers
Brian

Getting Answers: Asking the Right Questions about Fabrication ERP

For many fabrication businesses, back-office software is often just something that is “there.” It satisfies your basic business needs, offers finance professionals information, and may facilitate a few processes. However, much of these only meet your needs for so long before they become a hindrance. Whether your business has grown or your software has aged, … Read more

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Acumatica Fabrication
Brian

What Should Companies in Fabrication Look for in ERP?

Those in the fabrication industry have unique needs—both in the form of project management, materials planning, and contracts, often needing more than a traditional manufacturing-focused ERP can provide. In an industry like yours, change is frequent—whether those are design changes, contract changes, or anything of the like, you need to remain agile enough to adapt … Read more

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