Cloud ERP Blog
Today’s business environment is fast-paced and sophisticated. We see a vision of businesses providing their offerings in any number of channels – becoming the final stop for their customer’s needs.
The lack of audit and control within past and current legacy enterprise systems is something of concern, and you should take note of such qualities within your business’s system. Why you ask? Well, without the correct controls and governance your business, or any business for that matter, will suffer dire consequences. You’re probably thinking that
Congratulations! You’ve finally decided to ditch that dinosaur ERP and upgrade to a modern, efficient solution. When your business is making that important transition, there will always be a team member who wants to hold on to the legacy’s past. To make the switch easier, here’s a short guide on how you can encourage those

All-In-One System vs. Integration

  • 12 Jul, 2016
  • Natalia Rivera
  • business system, erp, integrations,
Read more
The ERP Debate Why choose an all-in-one system? Integrating is “seemingly” more beneficial, but is this really true when all-in-one systems prove to come out on top time and time again… We want business to be efficient. The CBOS operating system was designed with efficiency in mind and long behold, there was the creation of an ERP

The Dangers Of Mainstream ERP

  • 22 Jun, 2016
  • Natalia Rivera
  • business system, customer service, erp, solution,
Read more
From a manufacturing company’s perspective, the search for a compatible ERP solution can be taxing. Although, it proves to be extremely worthwhile. A business operation platform serves as a highly valuable asset by offering remodeled supervision when managing your growing company. Finding a platform tailored to fit your developing needs and demands will prove to be a lucrative decision. When

The Profitable Perks To Unlimited Vacation

  • 7 Jun, 2016
  • Natalia Rivera
Read more
The strategy to enforce a policy of unlimited time off has become popularized in companies looking to find top talent and make cost cuts. People have reacted positively to the initiative causing other small businesses to consider the switch. So let’s cut to the chase (as most of us are already prepared to pack our
Most of us have been competing our entire lives. In our youth, it was little league baseball, Pop Warner football, youth soccer, relay races and even the debate and chess club – not to mention being the top grade earner or proudly getting a gold star on our report cards. We’re used to battling and competing,
You’re excited to be making some changes to your software solutions at your business, but you also want to ensure it’s smoothing sailing for you and your employees during the transition. CentralBOS is here to share with you five key actions that can mean the difference between success and failure when you’re changing your software

Robert Frost (the poet) on Work Flow Processes

  • 12 Apr, 2016
  • Stacy Giunta
Read more
Poetry can guide us through and teach us about many of the ups and downs of life, but did you know it also provides insight into business work flow processes? Robert Frost’s famous poem “The Road Not Taken” provides the inspiration for this post, in particular the last stanza, Two roads diverged in a wood,
Gartner Research projects that 70% of today’s “ERP” solutions will move to the cloud within the next 3+ years to take advantage of the power and capabilities that the cloud affords its users. As another consideration, in today’s online, mobile business environment, it’s all about flexibility, security, and accessibility. So when the topic comes up of cloud-based versus
Often referred to as a back office or all-in-one solution, ERP software (enterprise resource planning) provides integrated applications which help manage business activities, and automate most back office functions while providing built-in work flow processes that allow data to be accessed among departments, eliminating duplicate data entry and improving efficiencies throughout the organization. Keep reading to learn the
Older Posts >>