OrderWise in February 2021 – v21.02
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Our end-to-end ERP system is installed in the cloud, on-premise, or as a combination of the two. So, whether you’re in the office or working remotely, you can be sure to get the best software setup for your business. Whatever your size, sector, or industry, our solution is mouldable to suit your specific requirements.
OrderWise systems allows for flexibility with modular pieces that fit seamlessly together. You can add to your solution as you need, scaling your software to grow your business with confidence.
An OrderWise ERP system creates centralised visibility of your operations. Joining together all your disparate systems and processes, you can work cohesively. All your data will be securely accessible from one place, in real-time with full integration. As a result, any slowing tasks like data rekeying or manual paper-based processes are all removed.
Your workflows can become more accurate, faster and less complex for your employees to complete. With OrderWise, you can cover all your business dilemmas, whether purchasing, ordering, making sales, or managing stock.
Our developers have made OrderWise software as easy to use as possible, all while keeping our high level of quality and functionality. Free-flowing and user-friendly, the interface can be quickly picked up by your team. We work alongside your business to learn about what you need, guiding you throughout your installation. Smoothly integrating with your staff and existing systems, you can start to work more efficiently straight away.
OrderWise also offers software user training for your whole team, so you can really maximise your abilities. We can show your employees how to make the most of Wise technology for your specific business, all from right here in the UK.
Enterprise resource planning, more commonly referred to as ERP, is a type of software that businesses use to more effectively manage day-to-day activities from one central system. Integrating and streamlining the running of your business departments, ERP ensures any disconnected operations and data are drawn together into one place.
So, from end-to-end, an ERP system optimises the way you work. It cuts down on unnecessarily lengthy tasks and securely creates an ease of access for the information you need. Although the scope of an ERP system will vary from supplier to supplier, typical functions include stock control, order processing, eCommerce management, and accounting.
With 30 years of experience in providing software solutions to businesses like yours and over 200 experts working from our purpose-built head office, you can be confident when dealing with OrderWise that our software, experience and expertise will directly benefit your business.
That’s why over 1000 customers trust and stay with OrderWise, with over 150 more joining us each year.
There isn’t a single thing, it’s a combination of many things. The integration between all areas of the business, the amount of information at your fingertips, the automation, the reduction in errors, the productivity gains. We couldn’t do what we’re doing now without OrderWise.
OrderWise software plays a key role within the core of our business. We promise our customers the most efficient and proactive service when ordering with us, and this software is crucial in helping us provide that. We are also now using OrderWise to produce timed and targeted marketing campaigns, so there’s no doubt that this software will play a key part in our future.
Well we are an aggressively growing business, which means we’re always looking for new markets and customers while still developing our relationships with our existing clients. So for us it’s all about having a computer system and a partner there that allows us to grow together. OrderWise’s potential is limitless as far as we can see, so it’s all about planning what we can do now, what we can do a year down the line and just bringing everything that OrderWise can do for us into fruition.
Created in the 1960s, ERP systems were originally known as Materials Requirements Planning (MRP) software, which ran on huge mainframe computers and was only affordable to larger businesses. It helped companies balance factory production with inventory management, which enabled them to keep their stock levels low and reduce the amount of money tied up in their inventory.
The software soon expanded beyond manufacturing and stock control, beginning to integrate with other back-office functions such as finance, order management and distribution. It had moved on to become a more affordable and available solution, with businesses beyond the manufacturing industry beginning to make use of an integrated software system. By the mid-1990s, governments and non-profit organisations began to use the systems too.
Today, ERP systems have become more advanced, offering powerful real-time data whilst significantly reducing paper processes. Although a lot of modern ERP systems can be cloud-based, this can cause issues and disruption if there are no offline capabilities, such as in the case of a server outage. This why most businesses still prefer a desktop-first ERP solution, which can then be accessed remotely through cloud or app technology.
The ERP acronym was first used in the 1990s by tech research company The Gartner Group. This was as the system moved beyond manufacturing and more business functions suitable for wholesalers, distributors and retailers were beginning to be included. Since then, a growing number of companies have relied on ERP systems to streamline processes and improve their data visibility.
For the management world, ERP represents the evolution of software created to streamline business processes, with its popularity in recent years owed to the way it aims to integrate all essential business processes.
Fulfilling customer requirements accurately, efficiently and on time is high on the list of priorities for every business, with stock control at the very heart of how effectively it’s achieved. OrderWise Stock Control provides complete end-to-end stock management for your business.
Choosing a software solution is a decision that often represents an important crossroads for businesses when looking to support their operations as they grow. Companies want to make sure they get a fast return on their investment and partner up with the right supplier. However, with a lot of software jargon out there, businesses can often struggle to see what exactly is being proposed and ultimately understand the benefits that are on offer.
For businesses just starting out, they can usually cope with managing information across multiple platforms and spreadsheets. However, as the company grows, this strategy can become costly, time-consuming and prone to problems.
This is when they begin to look for ways to keep up with increasing customer demand and avoid data mismanagement by investing in what is known as an ERP system.
For businesses of all sizes and across many industries, ERP systems can enable significant long-term cost savings, improved business insights, enhanced collaboration and increased efficiency. An ERP system is designed to align separate departments and improve workflows, keeping all of your data in one fully-integrated location for easy access and accurate, real-time information.
Here at OrderWise, businesses can have the flexibility to choose. You can host your ERP software on-premise, in the cloud or use a combination of the two. The best way to discover which solution would work for your business is to talk to an expert, who can work with you to determine the best way forward for your specific operational requirements.
Regardless of the solution you decide, if you require access to your OrderWise solution on the go, OrderWise offers the ability to do so through secure remote desktop access.
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