Tag Archives: ERP

Study: Sage X3 cloud gained more than 170% ROI

A few weeks ago, a math discussion in the office between a rocket scientist (Greg Laffety) and a person who is really, really good at math (me) went something like this: Greg: Something can be 300 percent better. Me: I know, but — I don’t know. It doesn’t … Greg: What?… Read more »

Back to the Future — Time travel by way of Sage X3

We have just arrived at October 21, 2015. Join me as I travel around on my hoverboard, drinking my Pepsi Perfect, while waiting for the Cubs to win the World Series. As you’ve probably figured out by now (especially if you’ve looked at Facebook anytime in the past week), today’s… Read more »

On 3D printing: Give technology time to mature

I’ve been keeping a closer eye on TweetDeck in the past few weeks, as we’ve got a few trade shows coming up on our calendar. Our Grower Vertical team is heading to MANTS (Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show) in Baltimore next week, and Susan Burris from our Sage Construction and Real Estate… Read more »

4 red flags when searching for software vendors

Most mid-sized businesses looking for software can’t go to the local computer or business supply store and buy a product off the shelf. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in — once you get to a certain size, your company’s IT world will be filled with servers, databases, and robust programs… Read more »

What a ‘true’ ERP system for growers means

My name is Baroness Anastasia Genevieve Vanderbilt-Rockefeller, and I am the Supreme Ruler of the Known Universe. Ok, you got me. That’s not my real name. And despite my sometimes over-inflated ego, that’s not my title either — although when I tell people I’m the marketing director for a software… Read more »

Implementation Methodology is more than just a keyword

Let’s say you have a business. You want people to learn how your company can solve other businesses’ problems, so the natural way to get yourself found is to create a website.  Then you begin with the pie-in-the-sky notions about what’s going to bring people to your site. Surely, they’ll… Read more »

Guest Post: Our journey from Netstock to Sage Inventory Advisor

About a month ago, I wrote about how Jann Guthridge, the IT Supervisor for Triangle Suspension, is awesome. OK, the post was a little bit more than that. In that post, I talked about how her company was the first Sage 500 ERP customer that was on board with Netstock, which… Read more »