Manage Your On-time Delivery with Infor Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

    By Jack Shannon on 7/22/19 12:00 AM

    We use the tools we know

    I have been to a lot of companies and worked with a lot of people over the years, and I've come to the realization that we all use the tools we know to deal with issues we face. If you ask an assassin to fix a problem, someone is going to die. If you ask a programmer to fix a problem, a new program will be created.

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    ERP Cloud vs. On-Premise

    By Bryan Foshee on 7/3/19 10:00 AM

     

    Which one would work better for you?

    If you've read any Visual South blogs, you know we like to focus on solving problems. This article will help you think through which deployment option (cloud or on-premise) would be a better fit for your company.

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    ERP Evaluation & Comparison: A Guide For Switching Systems

    By Jack Shannon on 4/3/19 10:00 AM


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    The Most Important Updates from the Infor VISUAL ERP 9.0 Release

    By Bryan Foshee on 1/30/19 10:00 AM

    Some quick facts first

    VISUAL ERP Version 9.0 is an underlying technology upgrade. When an entire technology platform is upgraded, the version will change by a whole number (like 7.0, 8.0, or 9.0). When updates are made on an existing technology platform, it’s considered an intermittent release and will use decimals for the version, such as 7.1.2. 

    Topics: ERP research
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    Visual South's 10 Most Popular ERP Articles From 2018

    By Jack Shannon on 1/2/19 10:00 AM

     

    Enough ERP articles to compose a novel

    We published a lot of blog posts over the last 18 months—85 posts and over 75,000 words, to be specific. (Just for context, the average novel is about 90,000 words, as long as it’s not Harry Potter.) We had a lot to say, and we tried to keep everything relevant and helpful. This is the bar we set for ourselves and I’m proud of the content we published last year.

    Topics: ERP research
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    How Infor ERP Helps Assemble-To-Order Manufacturers

    By Tim O'Brien on 12/19/18 10:00 AM

    Infor provides options

    Infor provides ERP solutions that help manufacturers with all order modes, including assemble-to-order, make-to-order, configure-to-order, engineer-to-order, build-to-stock and forecast, and mixed-mode production. Some Infor ERP solutions are manufacturing-centric—such as CloudSuite Industrial (Syteline) and Infor VISUAL—and manage all manufacturing modes, including assemble-to-order, very well.

    Topics: ERP research
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    IT's Role in ERP: Before, During & After the Selection Process

    By Tim O'Brien on 11/14/18 10:00 AM

    Include IT for the best results

    The role of Information Technology (IT) in an ERP implementation project is very important. The IT manager should always be part of the project as their department will be responsible for assisting during the software evaluation, installing the software or connectivity, and providing the ongoing infrastructure support needed for an optimum-performing ERP system and environment.

    Topics: ERP research
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    Infor ERP: Everything You Need to Know

    By Jack Shannon on 10/31/18 4:24 PM

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    How to Determine If Your Manufacturing ERP Software is Failing You

    By Bryan Foshee on 8/22/18 10:00 AM

     

    Could your ERP (and you) be performing better?

    Companies put a lot of time, effort, and money into evaluating, purchasing, implementing, and maintaining ERP systems. They are worth the effort, but if managed incorrectly, you can slip backward and revert to being the company you set out to correct when you initially purchased your ERP.

    Topics: ERP research
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    ERP vs. CRM

    By Bryan Foshee on 6/20/18 10:00 AM

    What is the difference between ERP and CRM?

    There is no shortage of three-letter acronyms in the software industry. Sometimes it can be confusing to try to figure out what they mean, much less what the solutions do. Let’s take a closer look at both.

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