It’s been a tough year and we have all been affected in some way but every cloud has a silver lining. During this time we have seen true leaders stand up and many inspirational stories, news and people. These remind us to keep focusing on the positives.
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The past 12 months proved just how essential it is for businesses to prepare for disruptions that may come in different forms. One term you might have encountered recently is ‘circular economy’ - and it’s considered one of the core ways in which companies can build resilience, while enhancing their environmental credentials.
But what exactly is a circular economy? And how can ERP software help businesses prepare for a more sustainable future?
Digital transformation has been a big topic for a long time now, but since the start of COVID 19, businesses have realised the urgency to adapt and to make those changes at a quicker pace.
ERP systems have become an integral part of digital transformation in the business environment of today. It pulls everything together and allows for greater automation, digitisation, modernisation and streamlined operational processes.
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.