It’s not uncommon for SMEs to outgrow existing business software. The good news is cloud adoption is making it easier than ever to transition to the latest and greatest.
It’s not uncommon for SMEs to outgrow existing business software. The good news is cloud adoption is making it easier than ever to transition to the latest and greatest in business management software.
There are many business owners looking to gain a competitive advantage by going further than just transitioning to a Cloud-based accounting system. The ultimate solution is to have a centralised technology solution covering all aspects of the business.
The accounting data should talk to the customer data, which should be integrated with inventory data and distribution systems. The end-to-end supply chain is covered using fully integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. All business data is consolidated into real-time ‘dashboards’ giving business owners 360* visibility of what is going on across their business.
This technology used to be out of reach for SMEs, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy and implement. Because of the massive development in cloud computing, it is now offered for less than a few hundred dollars per month.
JCurve combines financials and payroll with CRM, inventory and order management, eCommerce and more into a centralised platform. As JCurve is built on leading ERP platform NetSuite, users have confidence they are backing the best technology choice for their business.
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