Wholesale businesses are used to dealing with challenges. Inbound freight delays, finding new customers, and retailer price pressure are all common issues faced by wholesale distributors. Continual technology advancements have facilitated a new set of consumer behaviours, and these are increasingly impacting business to business (B2B) trading relationships.
The accounting software Mediquip used was unable to support growth. They had gaps in key areas such as CRM and sales lead management, purchase ordering, inventory and reporting. With Pronto Xi, all users now have access to real-time data about inventory and more – accelerating strategic decisions. Sales have accurate customer information and can even … Read moreMediquip – Infusing performance gains to accelerate growth
NEPEAN struggled with disparate systems and hundreds of error-prone spreadsheets that made unified financial reporting a complex task. Inventory management was also area of concern for the organisation. The transition to the latest version of Pronto Xi allowed NEPEAN to streamline reporting and analysis. Also their field-based sales team can now respond rapidly to customers … Read moreNEPEAN – Generating productivity and customer satisfaction gains
As a result of acquisitions, Bunzl Safety had three separate companies, each with a distinct business management solution – creating complexity, inefficiency and higher costs. An organisation-wide upgrade to the latest version of Pronto Xi delivered a single point of truth for business leaders. Sales and customer service teams were also empowered with the information … Read moreBunzl Safety – Harnessing business consolidation to secure efficiency and support growth
Ainsworth Gaming Technology (US) required a robust and scalable solution that aligned with their Australian operations – to support business growth and unique compliance needs. The transition to Pronto Xi has streamlined global processes, simplified complex regulatory compliance – and provided granular reporting and analytics to support strategic decisions.
As the industrial world evolves, its impact on the environment becomes more and more evident. We recognise the devastating effect of chemical pollutants on our air, our water, and the land itself. The world reacts to practices that deplete the ozone layer, affect the food chain, and endanger the oceans.
There comes a time when most successful small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) need to make some hard decisions. If they want to continue to grow and maintain a competitive edge, they can no longer rely on small-scale IT platforms or disconnected software applications to handle their increasingly complex business processes.
Cloud-based infrastructures allow businesses to reap the benefits of reduced capital expenditure and IT maintenance costs, and free up chief information officers (CIOs) to focus on IT strategy and other activities with higher business value. However, although businesses continue moving to the cloud, many still harbour concerns over performance and security. How can a system … Read moreERP performance and security considerations for cloud and on-premises deployments
Business growth can create increasingly complex internal processes. At a certain point, this mounting complexity makes it necessary for businesses to adopt more sophisticated business management software. This is where enterprise resource planning (ERP) comes into play.
There is no debate that the business environment is changing rapidly. While each industry faces its own unique challenges, three major trends are making it increasingly complex for businesses to plan for the future. Economic uncertainty continues to complicate operations for businesses around the world. Large organisations are beginning to face disruption from smaller, more … Read moreTransform your business with smart technology