New version of Drive introduced

GoogleApps_July28_AAt Google’s annual developer’s conference in late June, the company announced a number of changes to their popular cloud storage and collaboration service, Google Drive. In mid July the company began rolling out the changes and many users are being asked if they would like to try the newly updated Google Drive. If you want to know what the difference is then here’s an overview of the latest version.

How to activate the new Google Drive

If the overall look of Google Drive hasn’t changed for you yet, you may be able to trigger the update by:

  1. Logging into Drive.
  2. Pressing the Settings cog at the top-right.
  3. Selecting Experience the new Drive.

The app will reload with the new version. If you don’t see the option to upgrade to the new Drive, try signing out of your account and then signing in again. Should that not work, you may have to wait a few weeks or talk to your account admin as they may not have enabled the update.

Looking at the new Drive

When the new Drive loads you will notice that the menu bar that goes across the top of the screen has been enlarged and the icons have changed slightly. Now, there is a tab that says My Drive with a gray arrow beside it. Clicking the arrow will allow you to create new folders in My Drive or upload documents or files.

Another icon of note is the information icon (i in a grey circle). Clicking this will enable the information panel, which shows you useful information about the file or folder you are looking at. For example, if you click on a document you will see the Activity Feed with information about who has worked on the file, who created it, etc. Clicking on Details will bring up an overview of the file along with information such as where the file is stored, who owns it, and the last time it was modified.

Aside from the bigger toolbar at the top of the page, the files and folders have also been modified, and enlarged, with files having live previews of the text and information they contain.

Creating files in Drive

The next thing you will notice about the new version of Drive is that the Create button is gone, replaced by the New button. Pressing it will bring up a drop-down menu with the following options:

  • Folder - Create a new folder at your current location. E.g., if you are in the My Drive folder, a new folder will be created in My Drive.
  • File upload - Upload a file to the folder you are currently looking at.
  • Folder upload - Upload a folder which will become a subfolder in the folder you are currently looking at.
  • Apps - e.g., Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides. Click on one of these Google Drive apps to create a new file. This will be placed in the folder you are currently looking at.

Managing files in Drive

Google has made managing and interacting with your files on Drive much more similar to interacting with files on your desktop. You can now click and drag around files and folders to select more than one at the same time. Right-clicking on files brings up a menu that allows you to interact with files and folders.

You can also use the same commands on Drive to select multiple files or folders on your computer. For example, holding down CTRL and clicking on files will allow you to select multiple files. You can then interact with these by right-clicking on them, or move them by simply clicking and dragging.

Possibly the biggest change however is that to open files in the new Drive, you are going to have to double click on them – the same as you do on most desktops. While this will take a few minutes for some users to get used to, it really makes Drive feel more like a Web-based desktop which is something many users will undoubtedly appreciate.

If you are looking to learn more about Google Drive and how it can fit into your organization, contact us today to see how we can help.

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Google Drive gets an update

GoogleApps_July28_BIn late June, Google announced that they would be introducing a new version of Google Drive in the near future. By mid July, the new version had started to roll out to users around the world, with many being asked if they would like to try the updated version. If you use Google Drive, there is a good chance that the update is available now, so here is a brief overview of the latest changes to Drive.

How to activate the new Google Drive

If the overall look of Google Drive hasn’t changed for you yet, you may be able to trigger the update by:

  1. Logging into Drive.
  2. Pressing the Settings cog at the top-right.
  3. Selecting Experience the new Drive.

The app will reload with the new version. If you don’t see the option to upgrade to the new Drive, try signing out of your account and then signing in again. Should that not work, you may have to wait a few weeks or talk to your account admin as they may not have enabled the update.

Looking at the new Drive

When the new Drive loads you will notice that the menu bar that goes across the top of the screen has been enlarged and the icons have changed slightly. Now, there is a tab that says My Drive with a gray arrow beside it. Clicking the arrow will allow you to create new folders in My Drive or upload documents or files.

Another icon of note is the information icon (i in a grey circle). Clicking this will enable the information panel, which shows you useful information about the file or folder you are looking at. For example, if you click on a document you will see the Activity Feed with information about who has worked on the file, who created it, etc. Clicking on Details will bring up an overview of the file along with information such as where the file is stored, who owns it, and the last time it was modified.

Aside from the bigger toolbar at the top of the page, the files and folders have also been modified, and enlarged, with files having live previews of the text and information they contain.

Creating files in Drive

The next thing you will notice about the new version of Drive is that the Create button is gone, replaced by the New button. Pressing it will bring up a drop-down menu with the following options:

  • Folder - Create a new folder at your current location. E.g., if you are in the My Drive folder, a new folder will be created in My Drive.
  • File upload - Upload a file to the folder you are currently looking at.
  • Folder upload - Upload a folder which will become a subfolder in the folder you are currently looking at.
  • Apps - e.g., Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides. Click on one of these Google Drive apps to create a new file. This will be placed in the folder you are currently looking at.

Managing files in Drive

Google has made managing and interacting with your files on Drive much more similar to interacting with files on your desktop. You can now click and drag around files and folders to select more than one at the same time. Right-clicking on files brings up a menu that allows you to interact with files and folders.

You can also use the same commands on Drive to select multiple files or folders on your computer. For example, holding down CTRL and clicking on files will allow you to select multiple files. You can then interact with these by right-clicking on them, or move them by simply clicking and dragging.

Possibly the biggest change however is that to open files in the new Drive, you are going to have to double click on them – the same as you do on most desktops. While this will take a few minutes for some users to get used to, it really makes Drive feel more like a Web-based desktop which is something many users will undoubtedly appreciate.

If you are looking to learn more about Google Drive and how it can fit into your organization, contact us today to see how we can help.

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Office 365 introduces Yammer update

Office365_July28_CYammer has become an increasingly popular Web app among businesses today. With integration and updates from Office 365, Yammer allows organizations to enhance workflow and productivity through seamless communication. To that end, Office 365 has introduced its latest Yammer-based update, simplifying the login process for Yammer. Let’s take a look at what Yammer really is and see how this simplified login works.

What is Yammer?

Yammer is Microsoft’s social network platform, focusing on your business and your organization’s clientele. In order to join, you must have a working email address from your company’s domain, which will also enable you to create external networks to allow non-employees like suppliers and customers to communicate with your company effectively and easily.

What is simplified login and how do I turn it on?

Simplified login integrates Yammer and Office 365 through user mapping to save you time when signing into Yammer via Office 365. Here’s how to turn on the simplified login feature:

  1. Administrators must sign into Office 365 using the global administrator account.
  2. Select Admin, Sharepoint; and once in Sharepoint admin center, select Settings.
  3. On the Settings page, under Enterprise Social Collaboration, select Use Yammer.com service.
  4. Click on Yammer from Office 365 to check that you won’t have to log in again and can start connecting with people right away.

If you previously made Yammer the primary social experience for your organization, you can enable this for your Office 365 users by following these steps:

  1. Access Sharepoint admin center and select Settings.
  2. Under Enterprise Social Collaboration, click the Use Sharepoint Newsfeed button to clear previous settings
  3. Select Use Yammer.com service and click Ok to apply changes. Each of these two updates might take up to 30 minutes to complete
  4. Once you’re done, Yammer will replace Newsfeed in the Office 365 navigation.

Keep in mind that users without existing Yammer accounts are taken to a streamlined signup and verification process. And although user mapping saves time, it’s not a complete single sign-on solution, meaning when you go to Yammer.com directly or use Yammer mobile apps, you still need to log in with your Yammer.com credentials. Looking to learn more about Office 365 and its functions? Call us today and see how we can help.

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Yammer’s new login on Office 365

Office365_July28_BCloud-based applications, like Microsoft’s Office 365, are increasingly gaining popularity in today’s fast-paced world. With various updates and increased integration with Microsoft apps, most businesses are quick to adapt to these changes for better work solutions. With that in mind, Office 365 just introduced its latest update, a simplified login solution to Yammer. If you’re not familiar with the name, don’t worry, we’ll take a quick look at Yammer and how this simplified login works to help your business.

What is Yammer?

Yammer is Microsoft’s social network platform, focusing on your business and your organization’s clientele. In order to join, you must have a working email address from your company’s domain, which will also enable you to create external networks to allow non-employees like suppliers and customers to communicate with your company effectively and easily.

What is simplified login and how do I turn it on?

Simplified login integrates Yammer and Office 365 through user mapping to save you time when signing into Yammer via Office 365. Here’s how to turn on the simplified login feature:

  1. Administrators must sign into Office 365 using the global administrator account.
  2. Select Admin, Sharepoint; and once in Sharepoint admin center, select Settings.
  3. On the Settings page, under Enterprise Social Collaboration, select Use Yammer.com service.
  4. Click on Yammer from Office 365 to check that you won’t have to log in again and can start connecting with people right away.

If you previously made Yammer the primary social experience for your organization, you can enable this for your Office 365 users by following these steps:

  1. Access Sharepoint admin center and select Settings.
  2. Under Enterprise Social Collaboration, click the Use Sharepoint Newsfeed button to clear previous settings
  3. Select Use Yammer.com service and click Ok to apply changes. Each of these two updates might take up to 30 minutes to complete
  4. Once you’re done, Yammer will replace Newsfeed in the Office 365 navigation.

Keep in mind that users without existing Yammer accounts are taken to a streamlined signup and verification process. And although user mapping saves time, it’s not a complete single sign-on solution, meaning when you go to Yammer.com directly or use Yammer mobile apps, you still need to log in with your Yammer.com credentials. Looking to learn more about Office 365 and its functions? Call us today and see how we can help.

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Yammer’s simplified login

Office365_July28_AOffice 365 is undeniably one of the most efficient and versatile business Web apps available. With continuous updates and integration with Microsoft apps, Office 365 has recently made using Yammer a little easier by simplifying its login process. And if you are not too familiar with Yammer it might be a good opportunity to learn more and get an idea of this this simplified login could work to benefit your business.

What is Yammer?

Yammer is Microsoft’s social network platform, focusing on your business and your organization’s clientele. In order to join, you must have a working email address from your company’s domain, which will also enable you to create external networks to allow non-employees like suppliers and customers to communicate with your company effectively and easily.

What is simplified login and how do I turn it on?

Simplified login integrates Yammer and Office 365 through user mapping to save you time when signing into Yammer via Office 365. Here’s how to turn on the simplified login feature:

  1. Administrators must sign into Office 365 using the global administrator account.
  2. Select Admin, Sharepoint; and once in Sharepoint admin center, select Settings.
  3. On the Settings page, under Enterprise Social Collaboration, select Use Yammer.com service.
  4. Click on Yammer from Office 365 to check that you won’t have to log in again and can start connecting with people right away.

If you previously made Yammer the primary social experience for your organization, you can enable this for your Office 365 users by following these steps:

  1. Access Sharepoint admin center and select Settings.
  2. Under Enterprise Social Collaboration, click the Use Sharepoint Newsfeed button to clear previous settings
  3. Select Use Yammer.com service and click Ok to apply changes. Each of these two updates might take up to 30 minutes to complete
  4. Once you’re done, Yammer will replace Newsfeed in the Office 365 navigation.

Keep in mind that users without existing Yammer accounts are taken to a streamlined signup and verification process. And although user mapping saves time, it’s not a complete single sign-on solution, meaning when you go to Yammer.com directly or use Yammer mobile apps, you still need to log in with your Yammer.com credentials. Looking to learn more about Office 365 and its functions? Call us today and see how we can help.

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Google Drive’s new look

GoogleApps_July28_CIn June, at Google’s annual developer’s conference, the company announced that a new version of Google Drive would be implemented in the near future with some interesting changes. In mid July, the company made good on those promises and began rolling out the new version of Drive to users. If you use Google Drive, there is a good chance that the update is available for you now, so here is a brief overview of those changes.

How to activate the new Google Drive

If the overall look of Google Drive hasn’t changed for you yet, you may be able to trigger the update by:

  1. Logging into Drive.
  2. Pressing the Settings cog at the top-right.
  3. Selecting Experience the new Drive.

The app will reload with the new version. If you don’t see the option to upgrade to the new Drive, try signing out of your account and then signing in again. Should that not work, you may have to wait a few weeks or talk to your account admin as they may not have enabled the update.

Looking at the new Drive

When the new Drive loads you will notice that the menu bar that goes across the top of the screen has been enlarged and the icons have changed slightly. Now, there is a tab that says My Drive with a gray arrow beside it. Clicking the arrow will allow you to create new folders in My Drive or upload documents or files.

Another icon of note is the information icon (i in a grey circle). Clicking this will enable the information panel, which shows you useful information about the file or folder you are looking at. For example, if you click on a document you will see the Activity Feed with information about who has worked on the file, who created it, etc. Clicking on Details will bring up an overview of the file along with information such as where the file is stored, who owns it, and the last time it was modified.

Aside from the bigger toolbar at the top of the page, the files and folders have also been modified, and enlarged, with files having live previews of the text and information they contain.

Creating files in Drive

The next thing you will notice about the new version of Drive is that the Create button is gone, replaced by the New button. Pressing it will bring up a drop-down menu with the following options:

  • Folder - Create a new folder at your current location. E.g., if you are in the My Drive folder, a new folder will be created in My Drive.
  • File upload - Upload a file to the folder you are currently looking at.
  • Folder upload - Upload a folder which will become a subfolder in the folder you are currently looking at.
  • Apps - e.g., Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides. Click on one of these Google Drive apps to create a new file. This will be placed in the folder you are currently looking at.

Managing files in Drive

Google has made managing and interacting with your files on Drive much more similar to interacting with files on your desktop. You can now click and drag around files and folders to select more than one at the same time. Right-clicking on files brings up a menu that allows you to interact with files and folders.

You can also use the same commands on Drive to select multiple files or folders on your computer. For example, holding down CTRL and clicking on files will allow you to select multiple files. You can then interact with these by right-clicking on them, or move them by simply clicking and dragging.

Possibly the biggest change however is that to open files in the new Drive, you are going to have to double click on them – the same as you do on most desktops. While this will take a few minutes for some users to get used to, it really makes Drive feel more like a Web-based desktop which is something many users will undoubtedly appreciate.

If you are looking to learn more about Google Drive and how it can fit into your organization, contact us today to see how we can help.

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VoIP vs UC

VoIP_July21_CModern business communication platforms are more often than not migrating to digital solutions that are supported by an Internet connection. When looking at different solutions, many businesses come across two major solutions: VoIP and Unified Communications. The problem is, both of these can cause some confusion, especially because the idea behind both sounds so similar.

What is VoIP?

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a modern communication method that enables voice communication over a business’s network connection. With many VoIP solutions you are able to use the same phones you do on traditional networks. You just need a small adapter that turns your voice into a digital signature that travels on top of data on your network.

VoIP is common these days because many businesses have high bandwidth Internet connections that can support it, and many solutions offer considerable cost savings compared to traditional phone lines.

What is Unified Communications?

The other main modern communication solution many business owners come across is Unified Communications (UC). This is a group of modern real-time and non-real-time communication services that provide businesses with a consistent user-interface and experience across multiple devices and platforms.

Many UC solutions include:

  • Internet telephony (VoIP)
  • Instant messaging
  • Video conferencing
  • Screen sharing
  • Call control
  • Speech recognition
  • Email
  • Voicemail
  • SMS

These solutions are often delivered via a number of programs that can be combined to look the same and interact with other systems.

One of the best examples of UC in use is the idea of a customer calling to ask a question about one of your products. They unfortunately call after business hours and decide to leave a voicemail message. After they hang up, software that powers the phone system translates the message into digital form and emails it to your marketing team. Your marketing manager receives the message, in email form, on their mobile device and is then able to call the client back.

This scenario likely happens using three different systems – voicemail, email, and VoIP – and three different programs. The thing is, these programs are all ‘unified’, so they work as one unit.

What’s the difference between the two?

The biggest difference between the two communication concepts is the scope. Many VoIP solutions focus just on Internet-based calling, while UC focuses on company-wide communication. More times than not, the voice part of UC is powered by a VoIP platform.

That being said, many VoIP solutions offer some form of UC features like voicemail, instant messaging, and video calls.

Which option is best for my business?

This is a question businesses often ask us, and the answer is that it really depends on your company and your current situation. If you already have a traditional phone system in place in your office, and are looking just to cut your phone bills then a VoIP solution may be the best solution.

One of the biggest downsides of a UC solution is that it can require a fairly large investment; certainly larger than VoIP. If your business is operating on narrow margins you probably won’t be able to implement a full UC solution all at once, instead having to implement it in steps.

Our best recommendation is that before you consider either, give us a call to learn more our solutions and how we can help your business get the right type of communication that will work for your business and budget.

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Unified Communications or VoIP?

VoIP_July21_BModern communication methods are quickly moving away from the traditional phone networks and favoring network based strategies that allow communication via the Internet. If you do some research into different solutions available you will generally hear about two major options: VoIP and Unified Communications.

What is VoIP?

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a modern communication method that enables voice communication over a business’s network connection. With many VoIP solutions you are able to use the same phones you do on traditional networks. You just need a small adapter that turns your voice into a digital signature that travels on top of data on your network.

VoIP is common these days because many businesses have high bandwidth Internet connections that can support it, and many solutions offer considerable cost savings compared to traditional phone lines.

What is Unified Communications?

The other main modern communication solution many business owners come across is Unified Communications (UC). This is a group of modern real-time and non-real-time communication services that provide businesses with a consistent user-interface and experience across multiple devices and platforms.

Many UC solutions include:

  • Internet telephony (VoIP)
  • Instant messaging
  • Video conferencing
  • Screen sharing
  • Call control
  • Speech recognition
  • Email
  • Voicemail
  • SMS

These solutions are often delivered via a number of programs that can be combined to look the same and interact with other systems.

One of the best examples of UC in use is the idea of a customer calling to ask a question about one of your products. They unfortunately call after business hours and decide to leave a voicemail message. After they hang up, software that powers the phone system translates the message into digital form and emails it to your marketing team. Your marketing manager receives the message, in email form, on their mobile device and is then able to call the client back.

This scenario likely happens using three different systems – voicemail, email, and VoIP – and three different programs. The thing is, these programs are all ‘unified’, so they work as one unit.

What’s the difference between the two?

The biggest difference between the two communication concepts is the scope. Many VoIP solutions focus just on Internet-based calling, while UC focuses on company-wide communication. More times than not, the voice part of UC is powered by a VoIP platform.

That being said, many VoIP solutions offer some form of UC features like voicemail, instant messaging, and video calls.

Which option is best for my business?

This is a question businesses often ask us, and the answer is that it really depends on your company and your current situation. If you already have a traditional phone system in place in your office, and are looking just to cut your phone bills then a VoIP solution may be the best solution.

One of the biggest downsides of a UC solution is that it can require a fairly large investment; certainly larger than VoIP. If your business is operating on narrow margins you probably won’t be able to implement a full UC solution all at once, instead having to implement it in steps.

Our best recommendation is that before you consider either, give us a call to learn more our solutions and how we can help your business get the right type of communication that will work for your business and budget.

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VoIP or Unified Communications

VoIP_July21_AWhen it comes to modern communication, many businesses look to network based strategies that allow calls to be placed over a network connection instead of via traditional methods. If you do some quick research into different solutions you will quickly come to the conclusion that there are two real leaders: VoIP and Unified Communications. While at first glance these may seem similar, they are in fact different.

What is VoIP?

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a modern communication method that enables voice communication over a business’s network connection. With many VoIP solutions you are able to use the same phones you do on traditional networks. You just need a small adapter that turns your voice into a digital signature that travels on top of data on your network.

VoIP is common these days because many businesses have high bandwidth Internet connections that can support it, and many solutions offer considerable cost savings compared to traditional phone lines.

What is Unified Communications?

The other main modern communication solution many business owners come across is Unified Communications (UC). This is a group of modern real-time and non-real-time communication services that provide businesses with a consistent user-interface and experience across multiple devices and platforms.

Many UC solutions include:

  • Internet telephony (VoIP)
  • Instant messaging
  • Video conferencing
  • Screen sharing
  • Call control
  • Speech recognition
  • Email
  • Voicemail
  • SMS

These solutions are often delivered via a number of programs that can be combined to look the same and interact with other systems.

One of the best examples of UC in use is the idea of a customer calling to ask a question about one of your products. They unfortunately call after business hours and decide to leave a voicemail message. After they hang up, software that powers the phone system translates the message into digital form and emails it to your marketing team. Your marketing manager receives the message, in email form, on their mobile device and is then able to call the client back.

This scenario likely happens using three different systems – voicemail, email, and VoIP – and three different programs. The thing is, these programs are all ‘unified’, so they work as one unit.

What’s the difference between the two?

The biggest difference between the two communication concepts is the scope. Many VoIP solutions focus just on Internet-based calling, while UC focuses on company-wide communication. More times than not, the voice part of UC is powered by a VoIP platform.

That being said, many VoIP solutions offer some form of UC features like voicemail, instant messaging, and video calls.

Which option is best for my business?

This is a question businesses often ask us, and the answer is that it really depends on your company and your current situation. If you already have a traditional phone system in place in your office, and are looking just to cut your phone bills then a VoIP solution may be the best solution.

One of the biggest downsides of a UC solution is that it can require a fairly large investment; certainly larger than VoIP. If your business is operating on narrow margins you probably won’t be able to implement a full UC solution all at once, instead having to implement it in steps.

Our best recommendation is that before you consider either, give us a call to learn more our solutions and how we can help your business get the right type of communication that will work for your business and budget.

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Is your business ready for ERP?

Productivity_July21_AERP, or Enterprise Resource Planning, is often seen to be the domain of large businesses. However, with numerous new software solutions being released on a regular basis, small to medium businesses are quickly realizing the power of these back office automation and management tools. While it is true not all businesses will need it, there are several indicators as to when you should implement ERP.

There are several common business situations that indicate your business may be ready to implement an ERP solution. Here are 5:

1. Your business is entering the growth stage

If your business is experiencing a period of growth of profits, sales, and employees, chances are high that the number of systems and processes you use and require are also growing. If not managed properly, you could see a significant slowdown in growth due to inefficient processes.

By integrating an ERP solution, you can avoid this largely because these systems allow you to manage processes from a central location and provide you with the right resources when you need them. Essentially, they provide the platform that can support the systems and processes that enable healthy growth.

2. You have a tough time accessing business information

Companies without ERP often see employees wasting time tracking down important information. Think about the time you need to spend looking for accounting data. Is it available at the click of a button, or do you need to search for it across different locations?

If you are spending more time tracking important information than actually using it, you would do well to look into an ERP solution. It can centralize information and make it much easier to access when you need it, thereby increasing your overall productivity.

3. Finance and HR processes are becoming harder to manage

Companies with a small number of employees or customers can likely get by without specific software to help track relevant information and can use spreadsheets instead. But as soon as you see growth, you will quickly find out that spreadsheets simply won’t cut it and managing Finance and HR related activities and information will become an uphill struggle.

If your teams rely on paper or other base information to develop reports and fill orders, you could see labor costs shoot up, possibly becoming your biggest expense. By integrating an automated solution like an ERP, you can cut back on these costs and make your employees’ jobs more manageable.

4. Databases contain double entries and errors

When each department uses their own software to keep information, it can become impossible to manage it all and ensure that all systems contain not only the same information but are up-to-date. When different departments have different information for the same client, person or function you are going to see inefficiencies and errors made.

These mistakes and the time spent correcting them can result in increased wages, decreased productivity, and even potential loss of sales. By implementing an ERP, you can ensure that everyone is accessing the same information which is not only correct but also up-to-date.

5. There are numerous processes carried out on different software and systems

It is common to see many businesses invest in different software and systems for different functions and departments. In many cases, this can lead to high overhead and management costs which in turn can eat away at profits.

Many ERP solutions are developed to support a variety of business processes and departments. What this equates to is one solution that covers all aspects of your business. This is almost always more affordable than multiple systems. The same can be said if you need to add new employees. With traditional systems this means investing in new software licenses. However, with ERP you can usually add a user for a low monthly cost, or even no cost at all – depending on the solution you integrate.

If you are looking to learn more about ERP and how it can be implemented in your organization, contact us today and discover what might turn out to be a successful solution for increased profits and productivity.

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