As cloud-hosted, small business accounting apps have grown in scope, it’s become increasingly difficult to tell the difference between accounting software and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software.
During growth, most companies typically realise that stringing together a set of separate apps gets very challenging regardless of the added integration capabilities the software may have. Whereas an ERP customised to a company’s exact processes can provide a simpler platform for many years of growth.
Read this white paper: "What are the main differences between SMB accounting software and an ERP?
You'll learn the following:
- Find out the key differences between ERP and accounting software.
- Discover in detail the unique tipping points in SMB accounting software usage, which help indicate when the timing is right to step up to an ERP.
- Learn how NZ-based skiwear company Mons Royale transitioned to NetSuite with immediate savings of $20,000.
Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oracle, pioneered the Cloud Computing revolution in 1998, establishing the world’s first company dedicated to delivering business applications over the Internet. Today, Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit provides a suite of cloud-based financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and omni-channel commerce software that runs the business of companies in more than 100 countries. For more information, please visit www.netsuite.com.au