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Posts Tagged ‘ERP’

  • Chris Dippenaar, Project Manager - Britehouse

    The Key to successful project management is closing the loop

    August 11, 2015 • Opinion, Top StoriesComments (0)

    In my spare time I enjoy working with my hands, specifically doing some carpentry. I enjoy the physicality, the tangible nature of the outcome. Or rather, the sense of achievement when I see the final product and experience the benefits of my labour and...

  • Gareth Tudor, CEO of Altonet. (Image source: Altonet)

    Backup, archiving and records management – different solutions for different challenges

    February 11, 2014 • Opinion, Southern AfricaComments Off on Backup, archiving and records management – different solutions for different challenges

    There is no doubt that data management and preservation are critically important to business. However, there may be misconceptions when it comes to the process around the differences between backup, archiving and records management. While all three are...

  • Collin Govender, VP Systems integration at T-Systems in South Africa. (Image source: T-Systems)

    How to make the most of your ERP implementation

    July 19, 2013 • OpinionComments Off on How to make the most of your ERP implementation

    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions are one of the most widely used enterprise software solutions in the world, and in recent years vendors have developed  scalable solutions for the mid-market as well as for  Small to Medium Enterprise (SME),...

  • South Africa: MTN Business to provide SAP ERP via Britehouse

    June 27, 2013 • Company News, Top StoriesComments Off on South Africa: MTN Business to provide SAP ERP via Britehouse

    MTN Business announced today that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Britehouse, a SAP channel and services partner. Through this partnership, MTN Business becomes one of the first telecommunications providers of the SAP® Business One Cloud...

  • Managing IT consumerisation in manufacturing, distribution

    May 23, 2013 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on Managing IT consumerisation in manufacturing, distribution

    Wikipedia describes Consumerisation as “the growing tendency for new information technology to emerge first in the consumer market and then spread into business and government organisations. The emergence of consumer markets as the primary driver of...

  • Africa’s future is mobile

    March 14, 2013 • OpinionComments Off on Africa’s future is mobile

    Africa is an increasingly mobile continent, making smart mobile application development one of the continent’s next big industries. The mobile application space is set to boom across Africa, as enterprises and developers lead the world in bringing to market...

  • These are not the trends you are looking for

    December 13, 2012 • OpinionComments Off on These are not the trends you are looking for

    This is a favourite time of year for many industry thought leaders to start speaking to analysts and discuss what the business trends for 2013 are likely to look like, or indeed for the analyst houses to share their ‘top trends for the coming year.’ No...

  • The rise of the social enterprise

    October 17, 2012 • OpinionComments Off on The rise of the social enterprise

    The world of technology is no longer just reserved for technical experts – consumer technology now spearheads the technologies which businesses later adopt. Clever user interfaces (UI) and stylish hardware has also resulted in users building emotional bonds...

  • SYSPRO helps Mopani level the playing field for vendors

    June 1, 2012 • Top StoriesComments (1)

    Mopani Copper Mine has announced the launch of its new integrated SYSPRO ERP system to better manage internal customers and procurement. The system, which has been active since the beginning of March, adds a new dimension to doing business with Mopani, making...

  • Gartner report ranks SAP no. 1 in global ERP

    May 2, 2012 • SoftwareComments (2)

    SAP AG announced it has been named the overall market share leader in the worldwide enterprise resource planning (ERP) market. According to the April 24, 2012 report issued by Gartner Inc., “Market Share Analysis: ERP Software, Worldwide, 2011,” SAP ranks...

  • ICT corporate companies need ERP

    September 8, 2011 • OpinionComments (2)

    ERP stands for “Enterprise Resource Planning” and many organisations do NOT use their ERPs for ERP.  Frequently the resource planning for the enterprise gets done somewhere other than in the ERP. Frankly, if you scratch beneath the surface you...

  • Point-of-sale: An extension of your business, or an add-on?

    July 29, 2011 • OpinionComments Off on Point-of-sale: An extension of your business, or an add-on?

    In your retail business, does the business management software reach from goods receiving all the way through to the point-of-sale? If it doesn’t, you could be missing out on the opportunity for better management through automation. That’s according to...

  • ERP‘s value for listing

    January 26, 2011 • OpinionComments Off on ERP‘s value for listing

    Listing on the stock exchange may be a daunting prospect but it is destined to offer a wealth of benefits and opportunity for the business, not least of which is the elevated status and financial standing created. There is definitely a certain level of...

  • Fix your gutters before looking at the clouds

    November 17, 2010 • OpinionComments Off on Fix your gutters before looking at the clouds

    The recent media is abuzz with Cloud Computing in all its forms and permutations. And it has become apparent that, to some degree, each and every one of us will sooner or later be faced with the decision of what cloud services to use, and when to adopt this...

  • Five top tips for getting ERP implementations right

    October 18, 2010 • OpinionComments Off on Five top tips for getting ERP implementations right

    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is typically a costly exercise and there are often high expectations placed on projects to deliver the anticipated business benefits. This makes it vital to get the implementation right the first time around. When it comes...

  • SAP introduces games-based training in South Africa

    September 14, 2010 • SoftwareComments Off on SAP introduces games-based training in South Africa

    SAP has introduced games-based training for the African market to drive adoption of business strategies and increase employees’ business skills. Announcing the move, SAP Education Director for South Africa, Johann Pretorius, said the development was...