Is an ERP System the Missing Link in Achieving your Business Goals?

In last week’s post, we took a long, difficult look at the past 12 months for your business; the good, and the not so good. The next step is to look at how the ‘not so good’ can be transformed so that when you perform your end of 2014 business review, you’re much more satisfied…

Are you in Control of your Organisation’s Future?

Think back to a time when your organisation was still in its early days – what would you have told yourself, and others at that time, knowing what you know now? How would years of wisdom, experience, success and failure changed what you did? Would you have taken more risks? Would you have invested more…

What Does it Take to Deliver Exceptional Customer Experiences?

If you have a successful business you will have numerous opportunities to provide the wow factor for your customers, whether B2B or B2C. Any interaction can be a positive one, but does your company have the tools needed to go even further and provide a superior level of service, every time? In this week’s post,…

Why Implement Your ERP System Now?

This post was previously published on 6 September 2013. For more up to date information on the PIC scheme and other budget initiatives, please refer to our most recent blog post on Singapore Budget updates, with the latest available information from IRAS. For the full details, visit the IRAS PIC site. The question should be…

Integrate the Right Kind of Drama into your Organisation

No one likes a drama, especially in business. Your operation needs to run smoothly, quickly and underpin your profits; otherwise why are you in business? SAP HANA promises drama; but only the best. The best way to curate your data, the best way to gain accurate insights into your organisation, the best kind of analytics…

Does Your Organisation have the Remedy for Growing Pains?

What does a ‘growing’ company mean to you and your industry? More staff? More machinery? More manufacturing? More warehouses? More locations? Definitely more sales and more customers! But have you ever considered that while all of the above are inevitable for a growing business, that the most challenging element might be (literally) staring you in…

Be Ahead. Stay Ahead.

Picture this. A company starts out small, possibly with even fewer than 10 employees. At this stage, the operations of a business keep everyone busy, getting products out to the market is key to sustaining the growth. Functions such as finance, sales and marketing and human resources might be handled by the same person or…

Too Small for Small Business Software? Get Growing Now!

They all started there – in that startup phase where the CEO was also the operations manager, the production manager, the sales and marketing guy, the hirer and firer, the chief problem solver. They knew everything about the organisation because it was their concept, their baby and they knew every contact, every sale, every team…