Immediacy, visibility, and accuracy distinguish modern industry-specific ERP solutions from generic accounting software and legacy ERP.
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For manufacturers, the cost of delaying an ERP decision – whether it is to invest in a new ERP solution or upgrade an old one – is simply not worth it in the long-term. Learn why in this white paper.
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How do attitudes and actions of companies set the stage for business success? How are successful firms leveraging advanced technology in the new digital economy? What can we learn?
Drive profitable growth affordably and without complexity. Leverage comprehensive, cloud-based functionality. Stay current and agile. Keep costs down and see value early on.
A perspective on growth for small and midsize companies. Why growing companies should run digital. Connect with your customers anytime, anywhere. Enrich your workforce and supplier interaction.
Business simplification is a strategic imperative for today’s companies if they wish to unlock innovation and position themselves for future success in an increasingly complex world.
Expansion is often one of the most daunting challenges a successful business will face, whether its growth is organic, or via merger and acquisitions (M&As).
Business simplification is an imperative for companies of all sizes. But it is especially critical for growing small and midsize enterprises that are expanding.
Winners in the digital age do much more than tick off a checklist of technology capabilities. They know their success hinges on people.The ability to understand changing customer needs and behaviors is, of course, vital.
Ten years of Accenture research highlights real opportunities for providers to better meet customers’ steadily rising expectations. The emergence and evolution of the nonstop customer.