How I see the next few months shaping up as traditional companies realize how much the game has changed. In 2020, the most important lesson we learned was that business was permanently disrupted. For better and for worse, 2020 was a watershed year in terms of how things used to be done. There were tons […]
Simple questions to ask that can help you avoid a costly mistake in choosing the wrong type of solution for your current project. Is the way you run your business different than most others in your industry? This question is the #1 factor in determining whether or not you should use custom software. If your […]
It is no secret to many successful business owners how critical culture is to the long-term success of your company. Short-term success can simply be had by riding the latest wave or trend, but more often than not, to have long-term success requires creating a specific environment that will enable you to succeed. Everything you […]
What do these terms mean? Digital Transformation is the use of digital technology to solve problems to reduce the amount of resources (human & machine) needed. Most effective digital transformation solutions utilize cloud computing and dynamic usage consumption models but smaller projects can substantial success even without the cloud model. Robotic process automation (RPA) is […]
For businesses, the holiday season comes with mixed emotions. On one hand, it is the time of year when you get to really see the fruits of your labor, both in the year-end numbers and the time you get to spend with your family and friends. However, the holiday season also is a weird time […]
Acumatica is one of those newcomers to what is becoming a very crowded marketplace. We’ve had the privilege of working with the software on a large scale integration project with Mach1 for 12 months and our experience has been very positive, both from the problems it solves and from the integration abilities that it allows you to leverage.
“The great ones we work with know better. They uniquely understand the importance of creating downward pressure on their competition which not only raises the offerings, but indirectly hurts the bottom line of their biggest competition.” Read the rest of the article on Medium here
Ah, the good ole days In the early 2000’s (or before), there was a mad rush for organizations to upgrade their back office systems to specialized packages and ERPs. Like cows to a dinner bell, polished sales teams and papered up consultants flocked by the thousands to offer promises of innovation and modernization. This was […]