Beyond Sales: How Digitising and Streamlining Processes Can Fuel Your Bottom Line

Imagine your business as a seemingly well-oiled machine. Orders flow in, invoices get sent out, and the wheels keep turning as the day-to-day operations continue to hum along. However, beneath the surface, lurk hidden...

From Backlog to Customer Satisfaction: Why Every Manufacturer Needs CRM and ERP Integration

In the world of manufacturing, the focus often leans towards production lines, raw materials, and efficient assembly. Customer relationships might seem like an afterthought compared to the hustle and bustle of the factory floor....

What's the Difference Between VMs and VDIs?

Virtualisation has become a cornerstone of modern computing, but navigating its various technologies can be confusing. Two terms that often trip people up are VM (Virtual Machine) and VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure). While...

How RMM May Be the Missing Link in Your Comprehensive Security

The IT services market is booming! According to a recent report by Gartner, global IT spending is expected to reach USD $5 trillion in 2024, a 6.8% increase from 2023. This surge in spending reflects a growing reliance on...

Beyond Tech Support: How RMM Can Propel Profitability for Your Business

With over 90% of organisations embracing digital-first strategies, complex IT infrastructure has become the backbone of modern business. For Managed Service Providers (MSPs), the challenge lies in balancing two crucial aspects:...

Why Storage Is a Key Pillar of Cyber Resilience

Imagine finding yourself at the heart of this scenario: Your data is encrypted, and unlocking it demands a hefty sum of money. Your systems are down, operations are at a standstill, and customers are growing increasingly...

Logistics in Transition: Evolutionary Shifts in Distribution Across Industries

Envision a reality where vital everyday goods fail to reach shelves in stores and supermarkets—a scenario that becomes all too real when the global supply chain faces disruption, as witnessed during the onset of the...

How Is Technology Transforming the Food & Beverage and Halal Sector?

In this digital age, simply mastering the grill and creating delectable meals isn't sufficient. A successful food business demands much more. You must efficiently manage orders, engage customers through multiple channels,...

Is ERP Only for Large-Scale Manufacturers or Can It Benefit Other Groups?

In 1964, Joseph Orlicky, a Specialist Engineer at IBM, developed the early form of digitalised Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). ERP was formerly known as Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP). As the name suggests, it was...

Just How Much Insight Can ERP Deliver From Your Data?

In its infancy, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) was created for large manufacturers as a one-stop shop to manage every process in the business. This meant ERP software was used to look after the workflows of production, like...