Dynamics NAV Cloud ERP

Examples of how Dynamics NAV is becoming the Standard for ERP in the Cloud Microsoft has just released Dynamics NAV 2016, and here at Sabre we are throughly impressed. Dynamics NAV 2015 was a watershed release of the product, introducing many features specifically designed for the small business user and support for the cloud. Here […]

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5 Benefits of Product Configurators

A Product Configurator is an add-on for ERP used extensively in manufacturing where a company manufacturers a product and sells this through a catalog in which there are numerous options available to the buyer.  This is also called Guided Selling, and is very popular in Manufacturing ERP systems sold to Configure To Order manufacturers. Guided Selling systems are intended to […]

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5 Reasons Native Cloud ERP is Best

Pretty much everyone in the market today talks about running their ERP in the cloud – but the fact is there is ERP in the cloud, and there’s ERP that is Native to the cloud.  I remember back in the mid 1990’s when a lot of ERP systems were “DOS” based, and they began to “run” in Windows.  In fact the ERP companies produced a “Windows Wrapper” for their DOS system.  It never ran as well as the systems that were written for Windows from scratch.  They weren’t “Native” and they couldn’t do many of the simple things people expected from a Windows program (the big problem was always that they didn’t print through your Windows printers).

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Shop Floor Data Collection Makes your ERP Shine

Many companies have punch clocks at their doors in order to collect attendance data for their payroll systems.  And when they consider installing a shop floor data collection system they do not understand why when they are already collecting time at the door.  There are so many ways that data collection can improve a business by connecting to your ERP.

Budget vs. Actual on Work Orders

By having your staff clock in and out of jobs you will be collecting actual labour, overheads and machine time to compare against your initial estimates to determine profitability and to improve for the future.

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