Tag Archives: Practical Software Solutions

3 Ways to Know You’re Ready for a New ERP System

Implementing a new ERP system is not a decision manufacturers take lightly. Manufacturers do not simply walk into a store and purchase an ERP system. An ERP implementation can take several months to more than a year, and more likely than not includes working with a partner to help with… Read more »

3 Things to Expect When Implementing an ERP System

One of the most common things we come across at Practical Software Solutions when speaking to manufacturers about implementing an ERP system is the wide range of expectations. It makes sense since there are just as wide a range of different types of people and manufacturers, all with their own… Read more »

Be kind to your software partner: Schedule year end projects now

The fiscal year of 2018 has ended for many companies but the calendar year of 2018 is moving right along. This means while some companies are finally taking a deep breath, others are getting ready for the rush for the final three months of the year. This is especially true… Read more »

Charlotte plays host to 2018 Plug & Cutting Conference

At Practical Software Solutions, we try to maintain a dignified, even-keeled temperament when it comes to reporting on events in which we participate. That all goes out the window when the event is in our backyard, like the 2018 Plug & Cutting Conference. AmericanHort will host the 2018 Plug &… Read more »

Birthday surprise: Cultivate’18 app adds to show experience

Having a birthday on June 27 is pretty sweet. It’s  six months away from Christmas. You share a birthday with Helen Keller and Captain Kangaroo. But it also means that Cultivate’18 is less than three weeks away, so it’s crunch time for exhibitors like us. As I was visiting the… Read more »

GPN 40 Under 40 nod helps us grow in horticulture industry

A few weeks ago, we were proud to find out that our own sales executive Dylan Fulk was named to the GPN (Greenhouse Product News) 40 Under 40 list for 2018. The GPN 40 Under 40 recognizes 40 outstanding members of the horticulture industry who are younger than 40. And… Read more »

2018 Top 100 Growers: Labor, technology top concerns

2018 Top 100 Growers labor

When Greenhouse Grower magazine publishes its Top 100 Growers every May, most people turn right to “The List” to see who ranked where. I, on the other hand, run right to the surrounding commentary to see the in-depth facts and figures from the growers themselves. For me, it’s skipping the… Read more »

Practical Named In 20 Most Promising Sage Providers

Sage Promising

Have you ever done a good deed and been instantly rewarded for it? I’m not sure if there is such a thing as instant karma, but sometimes coincidences work out that way. Last Friday, I published a blog post about our friends over at DemandLink being named one of the… Read more »

Golf tournament helps provide jobs in construction industry

golf construction

Sometimes, life is redundant in the most interesting ways. Sometimes it’s mundane, like a workday morning routine (dress, take dogs out, fix breakfast, brush teeth, kiss husband goodbye). Other times, the same theme keeps coming back, like employment in the construction industry — or lack thereof. The topic was put… Read more »

AmericanHort Launches New Website, Social Space

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This may seem odd, but I’m not totally on board with social media. I know, I know — how can I say that while I’m writing my second blog post this week, and will send it out on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn the moment it gets published? Fair enough. Let… Read more »