By Jonathan Gross and Kevin Parker
What capabilities meet the heightened digitalization-age expectations of employees, partners, and customers?
The webcast will include a software demo on the productive use of execution systems, portals and analytics.
In this webcast we’ll look at several important aspects of Cloud ERP that extend accessibility, applications, and analytics out from the business enterprise onto plant floors and into the supply chain. With today’s information-expedited work processes, production managers and services and sales managers are under pressure to “deliver the goods” in multifarious ways.
Expand production capacity through insights based on real-time production and process monitoring, aka, the manufacturing execution system.
Support supply chain partners with intuitive interfaces, visual tools, and automated approaches that help simplify commerce management for business users, including dealer portals.
Extend analytics use throughout the enterprise, including sales, materials management, and finance, and data discovery to applications outside ERP.
Building on the strengths of a cloud-first architecture, ERP is delivering capabilities for an age driven by digitalization. Tune in to this webcast to learn what they are and how they’ll be used.