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The Future of SYSPRO

Posted on 4 August 2017 by Paulo de Matos

paulo_the_future.jpgIt was Benjamin Franklin who so eloquently termed the maxim “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” As an organization, we produce the tools that assist our many customers in avoiding such a fate. But in order to continue delivering innovative, relevant and market leading software, we ourselves need clear insight on market trends and conditions, as well as a well thought out plan for where our offering is heading.

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Topics: SYSPRO User Tips

The Cloud Vs On Premise Paradigm

Posted on 1 August 2017 by Darren Edwards

darren_cloud_paradigm.jpgNowadays there is no shortage of articles that promote Cloud ERP systems and pontificate the impending demise of on premise ERP systems and ‘don’t trust your data to the Cloud’ worries. 

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Topics: Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP), SYSPRO User Tips, Owning or (Running) ERP

 

What is Digital Transformation?

Posted on 25 April 2017 by Darren Edwards

darren_digital_transformation.jpgEverywhere you look technologists and software experts are banging on about Digital Transformation, the Internet of Things and Cloud this, that and the other.

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Topics: Maintaining/Upgrading ERP, SYSPRO User Tips

The Skinny on Scalability

Posted on 5 April 2016 by Al Brough

alistair_the_skinny_on_scalability.jpgScalability is a bit of a buzz word these days. Some experts struggle to find a consistent definition, but it remains an important concept for understanding the growth-related characteristics of businesses, and of the systems, such as ERP, that support them.

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Topics: Maintaining/Upgrading ERP, SYSPRO User Tips

The Bleeding Edge of Technology Part 2

Posted on 3 March 2016 by Al Brough

alistair_bleeding_edge_part_2.jpgIn Part 1, I discussed Moore’s law and the benefits of keeping up with technology in the fast paced evolution of computing power.

To keep your company on the bleeding edge, I highly recommend taking advantage of SYSPRO port updates. These are similar to Windows updates – with every new SYSPRO release you can expect port updates more regularly and as the release reaches a level of stability, the port updates drop to an average of one update per month as the product matures with new features and enhancements. These updates can add a great deal of value to your ERP investment. If a portion of the code has been rewritten to increase speed, you’ll notice the difference.

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Topics: Technology (or Enterprise Technology), SYSPRO User Tips

8 Steps to ERP Support Request Success

Posted on 20 October 2015 by Tracey Gates

8 steps to erp support

I’m sometimes envious of Dr. John Dee, the 16th-century mathematician, astronomer, geographer and trusted adviser to Queen Elizabeth I. Despite being a man of science, Dee practiced clairvoyance - ‘clear-seeing’ - through the use of crystal balls. I find this rather inspiring. Because if Dr. Dee can use a crystal ball to help support a queen, why shouldn’t I use one to help support my SYSPRO clients? Ah yes, I work with software, managing a support desk in the twenty first century!

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Topics: SYSPRO User Tips, Owning or (Running) ERP

ERP Support that Counts – Part 2

Posted on 25 August 2015 by Louise Thompson

louise_support_that_counts_2In my last blog I mentioned my home make-over and my feelings about it that range from jubilant to wretched, depending on which day you catch me. This process has once again reinforced my belief that solid relationships are paramount to the success of any endeavor.  I learnt that one of the most important considerations when choosing a contractor is their clear understanding of your vision and your required outcome. The ‘personal touch’ should never be underestimated. 

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Topics: Software development, SYSPRO User Tips

Ensuring good ERP data housekeeping

Posted on 11 August 2015 by Tracey Gates

tracey_good_data_housekeepingDuring my weekly house cleaning routine, I found myself thinking of customers who should be “cleaning” their systems on a regular basis.

Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a ‘Good Data-Housekeeping Seal of Approval’, but I am quite certain that there ought to be. Many of the five-alarm fires I respond to at the Support Desk could have been avoided with a healthy dash of daily, very basic routine.

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Topics: ERP and Financial Management, ERP and Analytics, SYSPRO User Tips

Support that Counts

Posted on 6 August 2015 by Louise Thompson

louise_support_that_counts_1Renovations can be exhausting and frustrating but oddly exhilarating at the same time. During my recent home makeover, as I bounced between building suppliers, sanitary ware outlets and roof truss manufacturers, I got to thinking about service levels that stand out. It struck me that the difficult decisions, inconveniences and stresses of any project can be minimized by excellent service.

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Topics: Software development, SYSPRO User Tips

Getting a Good View

Posted on 9 July 2015 by Tiffany Gierke

tiffany_getting_a_good_viewThe Tour de France is underway and I, for one, could not be happier. While some women may watch it for the men in tight pants, I watch primarily for the race’s backdrop. The view from the top reveals spectacular scenery and the hidden gems that riders traverse. I am so enthralled with these places that following the tour is on my bucket list. 

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Topics: Technology (or Enterprise Technology), SYSPRO User Tips

 

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