Making use of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution is beneficial for most industries in this day and age.. One such industry is the hiring/rental industry. This sector is increasing becoming popular as people choose to hire machinery, tools and equipment instead of investing in big purchases themselves and then having to maintain, insure and all the rest. Given that the demands within this industry continues to rise, it has also become more competitive which means that these businesses need smooth and efficient processes in place to keep up with the times and the competition.
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There is no denying that we have moved into a more digitally advanced era, especially with the digital revolution and given everything that’s going on in the world, it is even more prevalent than before. We have seen a massive increase in online ecommerce businesses in the past few years as being able to offer an online solution has certainly become an advantage in helping businesses stay ahead of the curve and on top of their game.
In the current global economic climate investing in anything is a risk, but with that being said; without risk their will be no reward and often no growth. Businesses need to understand the market, the economy and their competitors to ensure they remain efficient, optimize their processes and stay ahead of the curve.
Covid-19 has undoubtedly caused havoc in many areas and unfortunately a big impact can be seen within the economy and in many people’s lives. We cannot wait to see this end so we can find a new norm and to move forward again. And it will end and we will move forward again, we just have to get through this period.
K8 WebShop is a quick to deploy web solution that makes it easy to sell your products online. With easy to tailor options and features, your core web shop could be up and running in a matter of days. K8 WebShop is available as an off-the-shelf subscription package, which contains a range of designs and features to suit your needs.
With advancements in technology becoming more and more common, the need for the customer’s experience to become more digital, is greater than ever. Customers no longer want to have the hassle of having to deal with paperwork or for the process to be disorganised, especially as they expect deliveries to be done seamlessly and on time.
Times are tough and there are many uncertainties given all that is going on in the world, but it will pass. Right now, all we can do is to look forward, to think ahead and to put some plans and actions in place for when this has indeed passed. Perhaps start to think about what you want for your business and its long term future… And consider how you want to run your business.
Virtual reality (“VR”) has been around for a while now but has only in recent years become a bigger reality for consumers. While VR is being utilised mainly by the gaming world, other industries are beginning to explore the possibility of incorporating VR as a way to boost business, and the retail industry is one of those sectors.
The coronavirus has dominated headlines and the news since the beginning of 2020. Since the first cases of COVID-19 was confirmed in South Africa, businesses have been worried about the outbreak, the panic that comes with it and the after effects.
In any business today, the various markets, which also means the economy, is forever changing. This can in turn can have an effect on your business’ performance.
ERP was initially designed as a business optimization tool, aimed at improving efficiencies from your sourcing- all the way through to you customer service processes, essentially helping you source, stock, sell and service better. ERP as we know it today, still supports the business optimisation function but has become much more than that. It has almost become a non-negotiable these days as many businesses can’t manage without it.