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Blog4 Tips for learning new software quickly

18/03/2016 - Philip van Kemenade

A new software program requires time and effort from the user to learn it and to start working with it. These tips will help you to shorten your learning curve: 1. Don’t be passive, take action! We retain …. 20% of information if we just hear it 50% if we hear and see it 70% if we say it 90% if we say and do it That means attending a software demo, watching an instructional video or reading a manual will only help you a little. These are the first steps to take, but then you have to really come to action. Say what you want to accomplish with the software and start doing it! 2. Exercise with practical examples and data Make sure that the exercises in the software are appealing to you. The subjects of the practice...

Spare parts management, a crucial process!

11/03/2016 - Peter Gerhardt

Successful management of parts inventory can bring companies enormous costs savings and, in addition, bring great benefits. Therefore, it definitely pays to look critically at all the inventory processes and see where improvements can be made. My experience is that many companies underestimate this...

Microsoft positioned as a leader in BI & Analytics

04/03/2016 - Joan Gaastra

Microsoft is among the leaders in BI & Analytics, according to Gartner’s annual survey on Business Intelligence & Analysis platforms. In the ‘Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytic Platforms 2016’, Gartner has positioned Microsoft as one of the three leading parties. Microsoft...

This is why you need barcode scanners

26/02/2016 - Floris Berends

Does your company have a warehouse? Then you definitely need barcode scanners. The benefits are huge, so the return on investment is high. These are the three key reasons for you to get a barcode scanning solution in your warehouse: 1. Work faster With barcode scanners your warehouse personnel...

7 Risks when selecting new ERP software

19/02/2016 - Remko Gaastra

New ERP software brings new possibilities and opportunities. But it also entails great risks. I have listed the seven biggest risks according to entrepreneurs when moving to new ERP software. It is useful to know the risks, because then you will be better able to prevent your ERP implementation from...

Don’t customize your software, try to change!

12/02/2016 - Peter Gerhardt

Let’s get straight to the point; the choice for new industry-specific ERP software has a huge impact on the existing methods and procedures of your company. After all, the new software, no matter how good, will never fit perfectly with the current business processes. Which means things need to change Change often leads to resistance during the implementation. Users do recognize the value of the new software and are happy with the quality of the product, but changing the existing processes and methods is often considered as not such a good idea. The software solution that seemed so great and flexible during the demos is suddenly a rigid and inflexible product during the implementation and for some "impossible to work with." We...

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