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BI, Analytics Help Leverage Vast Amounts of ERP Data

Those who make the investment in business intelligence and the cloud will realize improved cost and operational efficiencies, expanded real-time collaboration with customers, vendors and partners as well as faster and more personalized customer relationships. But how do you get there?

New advances in business intelligence and mobile cloud technology are transforming ERP as we know it.  Bolstered by new innovation, ERP has become an even stronger business asset, and this is changing how mid-market customers define successful ERP implementations.

Key mid-market industries - such as manufacturing, retail, distribution, food and services - are eager to harness the power of cloud computing to implement cost-efficient IT solutions that ultimately drive improved bottom-line benefits to their organizations.

At the same time, these mid-market customers are seeking to understand how to leverage the vast amounts of ERP data. More specifically, they are trying to determine how they can easily access, manage, and interpret the reams of information scattered throughout their enterprises to make faster, more informed business decisions. A recent study by McKinsey's Global Institute reported that a mid-size retailer recently improved their operating margins by 60 percent by implementing BI and analytics solutions that gather, interpret and manage their operations.

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Keywords: supply chain solutions, supply chain systems, supply chain management IT

New advances in business intelligence and mobile cloud technology are transforming ERP as we know it.  Bolstered by new innovation, ERP has become an even stronger business asset, and this is changing how mid-market customers define successful ERP implementations.

Key mid-market industries - such as manufacturing, retail, distribution, food and services - are eager to harness the power of cloud computing to implement cost-efficient IT solutions that ultimately drive improved bottom-line benefits to their organizations.

At the same time, these mid-market customers are seeking to understand how to leverage the vast amounts of ERP data. More specifically, they are trying to determine how they can easily access, manage, and interpret the reams of information scattered throughout their enterprises to make faster, more informed business decisions. A recent study by McKinsey's Global Institute reported that a mid-size retailer recently improved their operating margins by 60 percent by implementing BI and analytics solutions that gather, interpret and manage their operations.

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Keywords: supply chain solutions, supply chain systems, supply chain management IT