During the much anticipated and sold out Directions EMEA 2013 conference in Vienna, Austria, Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. With a projected release in early October, the updated solution boasts faster implementation and greater support for both small and mid-sized customers.
When a company decides to adopt a new technology such as Paperless ERP, it can be a very thrilling endeavor. Excitement about new technology has a way of spreading through a business like wildfire, especially for the end users who stand to experience greater efficiency and productivity. As CIOs and business decision-makers consider what solutions are best for their companies' needs, there are a few steps that leadership should keep in mind before they sign on the dotted line:
This week, we provide the final installment of our three-part series on the paperless office as featured in Financial Ops magazine (print edition) Special Reports: Technology section. In part 1 and 2 I discussed the past, describing outdated business processes that created numerous bottlenecks and decreased productivity. In part 2, the present, I discussed what the paperless ERP landscape looks like now and provided a few benefits in achieving a paperless office solution.