Modernising Kenya’s ERP landscape to grow business

Most organisations began with automating just their core business processes when they first set up their ERP systems. By Stefan Jacobs, applications practice head: East Africa at Wipro Over the years, in order to extend functionality, additional applications were...

Custom ERP is dead …

Custom Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is dead, says epic ERP strategy director Dr Daneel van Eck. When it comes to ERP there has long been debate around whether to custom build or buy a Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) system. While it did make sense to custom...

Making the transition to Dynamics 365

Microsoft Gold Partner Decision Inc. discusses the benefits of upgrading from a Microsoft AX 2012 implementation to the more agile Dynamics 365 platform. Fundamentally, this presents more than just a new version of the software but a quantum leap into a different...

The new revolution every business should talk about

Just as telephones and cars changed how we work and play, 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) is ushering in a new age that shouldn’t be ignored. Even though 4IR has become a popular term, that doesn’t lessen its impact. 4IR is so powerful and visible because...

How to maximise your ERP investment

Is your ERP system evolving alongside your business to provide it with the competitive edge it needs? Doug Hunter at Syspro provides a few pointers as to how companies can optimise their ERP journey. Implementing an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system without...

Cloud ERP is seeing a massive uptick in the mid-market

The South African ERP landscape is transforming, writes Gerrit Olivier, CEO of About IT. On-premise ERP is falling out of favour and there’s a huge uptick in demand for hybrid and public cloud ERP solutions, most notably in the mid-size market but also in the...