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    Why ERP and BI are a Perfect Pair

    ERP and BI: More than Just Buzzwords

    The tech industry has its fair share of buzzwords and acronyms, often making tools and processes sound a lot more intimidating than they really are. Case in point: BI. BI, or Business Intelligence, refers to the technology that analyzes enterprise data to...

    How ERP and BI Drive Manufacturing Growth

    Benefits of ERP and BI 

    One of the most difficult challenges facing modern manufacturers is managing the massive amount of data generated each second. The amount of shop-floor information available is simply too large for a person (or even a team of people) to process. And what's the point of...

    Top 3 Innovations in ERP

    Today’s Biggest ERP Trends 

    Don't Let Data Silos Ruin Your Business

    How to Get Rid of Data Silos 

    As the name suggests, a data silo is a set of data only accessible to one department or team in an organization. To some extent, data silos are unavoidable. Each department accumulates data pertaining to its responsibilities, focusing on its particular roles and...

    Transform Manufacturing with Business Intelligence

    BI for Manufacturing 

    Data forms the backbone of modern enterprises. That’s especially the case for manufacturers. Manufacturing is a data-intensive business that involves metrics for production, delivery, customers and more. But for today’s industries, the issue isn’t whether they’re...

    The Doctor Is In: ERP Tracks Corporate Vital Signs

    Are You Measuring Your Company’s Health? 

    Your pulse, temperature, blood pressure—these measurements are all critical to determining the state of your physical health. But vital signs aren’t just for people; they’re also for businesses. If you don’t have your finger on the pulse of your...

    Epicor ERP: Essential for Smart Decision Making

    Get Data-Driven Insights with Epicor 

    Nobody wants to trust a computer over their own intelligence. That’s why executives and managers tend to rely on their judgment rather than digitally generated insights. A PwC survey found that only 35% of executives relied mostly on internal data and...

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