With a fully integrated business management solution (BMS), you get the insights you need to optimise your processes and to gain full visibility and control over your inventory, financial reporting, point-of-sale and customer/supplier information.
Here are just some of the reasons why investing in a BMS makes good business sense:
Increase efficiencies and reduce errors
Utilising the latest technology and integration facilities, a BMS ensures transactions captured in one area of the software are fully accounted for in another – eliminating the risk of manual or overlapping processes that can cause lost, or duplicated, data.
Enhance customer service
A BMS not only meets the most demanding commercial requirements but is also flexible enough to help you deliver outstanding customer service due to its modular concept. For example, a service call tracking module can automatically assign technicians, a load planning module can support fleet management, and an order entry module can help to coordinate the loading of delivery trucks including their routes.
Boost inventory management
Using an inventory management system allows organisations to manage all inventory requirements, including planning, distribution, stock movements, pricing algorithms and full warehouse replenishment.
Greater data integrity
With a BMS, you can ensure the integrity, consistency and security of your business data, while providing standards-based access using any SQL compatible tool.
Improve financial control and facilitate planning
A BMS enables businesses to exercise the highest level of financial control, providing timely information on demand, to facilitate planning and manage budgeting. The BMS general ledger gives your company the data it needs to help maintain a competitive advantage.