Tags: ERP

Is business software mobile ready?

The answer to that fundamental question is probably not yet according to a recent survey entitled ‘How mobile are UK businesses? It revealed that 72% of business leaders do not find it easy to carry out work from a mobile device. The survey was carried out by Atomik Research, sponsored by Priority Software Ltd. Priority are a…

Rootstock launches RootScan iOS app

Rootstock has announced the release of RootScan, an app that complements its ERP solution. The app will run on any iOS enabled device although it does not appear to be available yet from the UK iTunes store. Inventory management at its heart Mobile devices have delivered increased efficiencies in the warehouse. One of Rootstock’s own…

Infor teaches to success in France

Infor has announced that it has partnered the University of Perpignan Via Domitia (UPVD). The announcement is part of the wider Infor Education Alliance Program (EAP). This program now has initiatives across the ASEAN region in China, India, Korea and recently in Thailand. Infor also recently announced Manchester Business School in the UK had signed…

Oracle house Carglass GMBH selects prevero CPM

Unit4 has announced that Carglass GMBH has selected prevero for its Corporate Performance Management (CPM) software. The cloud-based software will replace the Excel spreadsheets that Carglass has struggled with over the last few years. The new software will make its business planning, budgeting and forecasting processes more efficient. Carglass only upgraded their ERP system, Oracle EBS to version…

Transforming the University of London – IT lite

The University of London (UoL) is in the midst of a major transformation program.  Enterprise Times spoke to Stuart Brown, Director of ICT at the University of London who is leading this change program. Brown has been in the position for approximately two years. Prior to that he was head of central ICT services for ULCC…

Church Community Builder deploys Intacct

Intacct has announced that Church Community Builder has selected their ERP software to replace Intuit Quickbooks. Church Community Builder has grown substantially since its founding in 1999. It found that it had outgrown Intuit Quickbooks and needed to find a more sophisticated solution to run the business. The company supports more than 5,000 churches across…

Business Leader Interview Chuck Berger, CEO at Kenandy

Chuck Berger is Kenandy’s Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining Kenandy, Berger was the president and CEO of Extreme Networks, a leading provider of high-performance networking solutions. Before joining Extreme, Berger served as CEO of both large and midsize companies including ParAccel, DVDPlay, Nuance Communications, Vicinity Corporation, AdForce, and Radius. He also held executive positions in sales,…

Lori Ellsworth talks prodserv economy for PSO

We spoke to Lori Ellsworth at Community Live in London, the FinancialForce user conference in the UK. Lori Ellsworth spoke about how the product service economy is impacting professional services organisations.  How analytics will help professional services organisations and how professional services automation is evolving. Where are FinancialForce going with Einstein and IBM Watson. Finally…

Ramco learns to pay in Japan

Ramco has announced that its payroll software is now available in Japan. Historically they offered a payroll solution in Japan through partners. They have now developed the software in both Japanese and English providing customers with a single solution. This is good news for customers as it reduces the number of software solutions they need…

Engage and Benchmark extend Cornerstone HCM

Cornerstone OnDemand has announced the addition of two new people analytics applications, Cornerstone Engage and Cornerstone Benchmark. The products are designed to give organisations deeper, real-time insight into their workforce. They both enable HR and business leaders to make decisions about ‘human talent’. According to Adam Miller, founder and CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand: “With more than…