Legacy ERP systems are becoming obsolete as technology evolves
Technology is transforming the business world at lightning speed. The latest and innovative tools from the beginning of this decade are now become outdated, making organizations difficult to keep up with every technological change. Undoubtedly, to meet the modern-day challenges and to stay competitive in the global market an organization needs to update its old business tools with contemporary solutions.
ePROMIS listed in the top 20 most popular ERP software
The software industry welcomed the year 2017 with the ‘Top 20 Most Popular ERP Software Series’ of Capterra, the most trusted software review platform for buyers and experts; and we are thrilled to be listed among the top 20 most popular ERP software. Yes, ePROMIS ERP is ranked 14th among the top ERP software globally, based on customer experience and popularity.
Why ‘Yes’ to Employee Self Service (ESS) system
Employee Self Service (ESS) is a prevailing human capital management trend, which is intended to empower the employees with the freedom to access their personal records and payroll details and to help them to take more responsibility for their jobs and development. Interestingly, the concept of Self Service is not at all new; at the buffet counter of a restaurant or the self-checkout of a supermarket, you don’t prefer waiting for something which you can do it yourself. It’s no different in y...
Two common misconceptions on Cloud-Based business applications
While selecting an enterprise resource planning environment in your business, significant factors in your decision will be whether you go for on-premise or Cloud ERP deployment. In recent years, cloud ERP has to gain popularity, especially among the Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. We predict upward growth trends for cloud-based business applications in the coming years. Though the cloud computing is undeniably the key to business success, some business owners and IT managers still anxious
Your African market entry; opportunities, challenges, and the solution
Emerging markets present greatest opportunity to speed up growth in productivity and support all-embracing economic prosperity. They have contributed over half of the global growth at some point during the time of Great Recession and then showed a broad-based slowdown due to many known and still unknown elements of their domestic policies and idiosyncratic factors.