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Always and forever, ERP-related business analysis of your current business model drives exactly which cloud ERP will best perform in your particular organization - given that.  Cloud ERP comes in two basic forms, industry leaders who've developed and marketed made-for-cloud…
7 months ago
So for a primer on ERP - basically a relational database designed to record transactions, store records and report on business activity.  It starts with the business office and accounting functions - as every department has a single common measurement that can be modeled by…
8 months ago
Where are we going in the ERP world in 2022? A couple of trends will continue - fueled by Covid and Cloud.  We were doing a lot of cloud implementations with clients pre-covid, and we had to explain - 'hey, even if the client is in the same town, we'd still work remotely'…
8 months ago
So when I first encountered the NetSuite Suite Success  - I thought - here we go again - prepackaged, cookie-cutter, do-everything-one-way implementations - saw this over the years by everyone from Microsoft to SAP in an effort to cut implementations from 18 months to a year…
8 months ago
So Cloud ERP  - the fact that something is cloud-based doesn't really change the constructs of evaluation. Certain basic thresholds of due diligence are of course important with any cloud offering - is it secure? How long has it been cloud-based? Are development ongoing and…
9 months ago
Nice Move. Sort of meshes with the evolution of IT out of the server room into a larger role in today's businesses. 
10 months ago
To go into a little more depth - tracking our clients who've chosen NetSuite over other traditional ERP systems, my view has changed.  Originally, we thought clients were reacting to the multi-tenant cloud architecture, and the resulting 4 month NetSuite implementations…
11 months ago
So, as a software selection consulting firm, we work with our clients to evaluate any ERP system deemed applicable to a client's industry or business model. We work hard to maintain a software agnostic approach and never forget that every ERP 'works somewhere' and while our…
11 months ago
So the pricing will typically end up at about 1/3 to 1/2 of Oracle or SAP, and probably 50% higher than MS Dynamics AX (which normally overruns consulting budgets - so there's that). There's a lot of other products out there with pricing all in between. So if it's the right…
About 1 year ago
Recommendations for any client focus on requirements.  Early on, for NetSuite clients, Adaptive Planning was very tightly integrated with the core NetSuite platform and was billed as 'Advanced Financials' which worked very well for many clients at that point.  FP&A teams,…
About 1 year ago
So, most of our clients tend to like Qlik or Tableau for BI. It also depends on your data sources - if you're pulling from a newer cloud ERP there's generally more to work with in an easier fashion - but people also work wonders going straight to the data tables.  Power BI…
About 1 year ago
We've had several FP&A departments include Anaplan in their analytics discussions, and while BI information IS generated, the focus is generally on compiling input from various sources and simultaneous users to speed the planning process. We see Anaplan competing with Host…
Over 1 year ago
So you're comparing a solid niche player (Deltek) with a leading generalist ERP (NetSuite). Most of the clients we see using/choosing Deltek have very specific requirements related to their operations - Deltek plays well in government and quasi-government settings and some…
Over 1 year ago
@Sunil Saraf So with the list of requirements, MS Dynamics Finance & Operation or SAP will probably be your contenders to evaluate. You may also want to look at cloud based NetSuite with the new FP&B (formerly marketed as Hyperion) module to see if that works for you. Your…
Over 1 year ago
So Microsoft Dynamics NAV is being replaced, as MS recodes the product for a cloud based deployment called Business Central (BC) - very low priced right now, almost entry level ERP pricing. There's also been some significant problems as not all the functions from NAV were…
Over 1 year ago
Deltek is kind of more a niche, SMB player - or at least the situations where I've come across it are companies that are moderately within the mid-market. Most of these companies, if they continue to grow will opt for more mainstream ERP, and if they grow large enough, Tier…
Over 1 year ago
As a followup, I would not 'assume world class ERP has these features covered'.  We've seen several actual cases of RFP's (which is why we no longer rely on this outdated capital procurement process to evaluate strategic deployments) - but we've seen where several vendors…
Over 1 year ago
Over 1 year ago
Infor M3 is a solid ERP, I worked with it prior to the Lawson/Infor merger. Very strong in process manufacturing with a good history in Food & Beverage, Life Sciences, and other verticals. S3 is used more in healthcare and government - but it's important to realize the two…

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