When you think about your business, what does it come to mind? Do you first think about your customers? Working towards great customer relationships should be any company’s aspiration and objective, since customers are the driving force behind any thriving business. But have you thought about your suppliers? Even though they are in the background..
Ever since their emergence on the market, enterprise tools and applications have operated independently, offering businesses a powerful upperhand in certain aspects. We are talking about tools such as CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions with great reporting abilities, that have never been part of a unified structure. Since they each..
Whenever you sign up for B2B integration projects, you also sign up for the risks associated with them. Glitches and hitches are only natural occurrences, since you can’t predict the unpredictable and you can’t possibly have it all right from one go, especially if it’s your first project of such amplitude. However, this doesn’t change..
Picture a giant network. It has a myriad of dots and just as many connecting lines between them. Now think of B2B integration – you will see that the two are very similar. Each of these dots is one of your trading partners and the line connecting your dot to their dot is the business..
If your company is still relying on its legacy systems in which it invested so much of its time and financial resources, there may still be reluctance in regards to switching to more modern systems. Perhaps you have already noticed that your old system cannot scale from this point further or that it does not..