Tags: ERP

Unionwear scales up with Rootstock

Unionwear are one of Rootstock’s most talked about manufacturing customers. We caught up with Mitch Cahn, CEO of Unionwear, an advocate of Rootstock and a recognised industry expert. Unionwear began life as a manufacturer of USA-made headwear and sewn bags. This includes such things as tote bags and backpacks for the fashion and promotions markets.…

Epicor targets cloud growth

It is almost a year since ERP company Epicor was sold by Apax Partners to private equity investment company KKR. Since then, Epicor has invested heavily in changing the ways it works and its products. Part of that was underway before the sale but there is no question that it has accelerated the changes substantially…

Will new features from Epicor increase cloud adoption?

ERP vendor Epicor has announced the latest version of its software. The announcement was made at Insights 2017 taking place in Nashville, Tennessee. The company has added a number of new features with the top two being new cloud-based analytics and a new cloud instances. Scott Hays, senior vice president, product marketing, Epicor said: “With…

P3 Medical turns ERP to profit

NetSuite recently issued a press release about the successful implementation of their ERP suite at P3 Medical Ltd. The release only told half the story about a British manufacturing company that has turned the implementation of an ERP solution to its business advantage. Making a difference For companies across the globe it is becoming increasingly…

Services are devouring the galaxy

Tod Nielsen, CEO FinancialForce kicked off their Community Live 2017 event at The Crystal on Royal Victoria Dock. According to Nielsen this was his first public keynote since his appointment a little over 100 days ago. If the audience of customers were looking for news about what the company was doing with its products they…

Equinix and Eastern Light to light up the Nordics

Global data centre provider Equinix has announced plans for a new international fiber optic cable route in Europe. It will be delivered by Eastern Light who specialise in building and selling long-haul dark fiber routes in the Nordic region. The plan is to allow customers to use their own equipment on the dark fiber. It…

Triple win for NetSuite

NetSuite has won a trio of new partners in recent days. Terillium announced that it has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Program. This is a major boost for NetSuite as it sees an Oracle platinum partner with 170 employees join its partner program. It demonstrates that Oracle partners see the benefit of reselling NetSuite into…

Profitability tips for your PSO

“Remind people that profit is the difference between revenue and expense. This makes you look smart.” – Scott Adams Reducing costs and increasing revenues are the simplest way to increase profitability. There is however a third way of doing so. Every Professional Service Organisation (PSO), in fact every organisation should also strive to improve efficiency.…

Cloud-based blockchain for enterprises

Cloud-based blockchain technology to secure, share and track data across decentralised infrastructures within enterprises sounds magical. Gospel Technology claims to have this with the launch of Gospel Cloud Version 1, based on a private, permissioned distributed ledger system. “We’re living in a new data culture where information is the most vital asset for a business.…