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Business owners worldwide are continually trying to stay on top of trends to get ahead of the competition. Business is moving faster than ever before, and your business needs to adapt to your customer’s ever-changing expectations. Fail to do so, and your company may become obsolete.

That’s why manufacturers need a next-generation intelligent ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), based in the cloud.

The ERP creates immediate business value by offering a centralized end-to-end solution with unparalleled user experience and streamlined processes. It’s one of the best ways to immediately shoot higher-level insights and smarter business practices into your manufacturing business.

What if you could introduce a newer level of technology into your business without all the technicalities? It’s possible with an ERP. An ERP offers distinct benefits that allows your business to enhance business effectiveness, efficiency, and agile operations.

In this article, we’re going to break down how your business can reap the benefits of actionable insights and big data by implementing a SaaS (Software as a Service) ERP.

1. Analyze

Collecting, compiling, and analyzing business data can be a tedious and laborious process. If your current workflows and systems aren’t built for the sheer volume of data coming in, not only are you wasting an opportunity for better insights, but you’re losing money.

Additionally, the picture you have of your business is inaccurate, fuzzy, and unclear.

Here’s an example:

Let’s say your financial team is spending days, or weeks, simply collecting data instead of actively analyzing it to turn that into actionable results and insights for your business leaders. By implementing a cloud-based ERP, you can crunch those numbers more effectively and identify process inefficiencies in real time.

You’ll be able to base your decisions on live data instead of weeks-old data. How valuable could that be in a business world that continually increases in speed?

2. Optimize

With an ERP, you’ll bolster customer relations by delivering your product faster, limiting human-based ordering errors, improving your customer service, and lowering costs.

You’ll be able to share orders among various departments, limiting the need for interdepartmental memos or emails to take action on problems that arise. Orders will be filled and shipped on time, improving customer satisfaction.

An ERP can also give employees a customized dashboard, allowing the customer service rep to have easy access to the most critical information necessary to communicate with the customer effectively. ERP integrates effortlessly with your customer relationship management software (CRM) for a seamless experience.

3. Strategize

When your business insights are outdated, you don’t get a clear or full picture of where your business currently stands in your niche and target market. You also can’t project or predict market dynamics effectively. It’s like you’re driving blind in a snowstorm.

An ERP immediately provides value with its built-in intelligence. You’ll be able to implement live data sets to separate yourself from the competition by analyzing actionable insights.

You’ll also be able to optimize your resources in the best way possible, as well as leverage your revenue, cash flow, and profitability.

4. Disrupt

If one of your business goals is to be on the cutting edge of your business niche, become a thought leader for millions of people, or simply be ahead of the curve, you’ll need an agile business platform that can support this type of continuous innovation.

With its smart solutions, frequent updates, and real-time insights, your ERP grows with your business. An ERP’s cloud tech can speed up deployment cycles using artificial intelligence, machine learning, in-memory analytics, and digital assistants.

At Jobman, we know what’s best for manufacturers because we are manufacturers. Let us help you take your business to the level you’ve always dreamed it could reach.

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