In Stephen Hawkens’ book, “A Brief History of Time,” he addresses the fact that there are a lot of “partial theories” floating around that fail in their attempts to explain the workings of the universe.
What’s needed, of course, is that single, unified theory, say the theoreticians, that will provide us with that “Wow!” moment of insight into a realm that was heretofore unfathomable.
It’s a humongous mistake to liken that quest for a ‘unification theory’ to what today’s business owners are seeking to unify their business processes: a single, integrated system to handle all of their data, share files, collaborate and engage customers here-and-far.
For some business owners, that means giving up legacy ERP programs, designed with little, or no, interconnectivity: Users waste considerable time searching for files that may reside on multiple PCs and laptops. Ultimately, for the manufacturer who is trying to control costs and keep the customer happy, this is a universal recipe for disaster.
In the management of the supply chain, for example, MS Dynamics GP can improve customer relations while lowering operational costs. Everything that a company buys, stores, sells or uses in the making of products can be monitored from vendor-to- warehouse to production-line-to customer. Information is shared in real-time across all departments with on-premise and mobile accessibility to keep parts and stock inventory to a productive minimum.
MS Dynamics GP combines both an ERP and CRM capability as a unified platform designed to improve the bottom line of any small to mid-size business.
Witten by E.C. (Consulting Team)