Simplification of common yet critical business tasks is one of the major goals of Enterprise Resource Planning. Effective ERP tools and systems make it easier for growing firms to manage distributed assets, collaborate with partners, and oversee increasingly complex supply chains while struggling to comply with regulations and meet consumer demands. Naturally, the
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It makes sense that ERP systems with fewer bars to entry are more popular. These tools don't require as much training, and they can often be implemented with increased uniformity. Of course, there's also plenty of statistical data to back up the idea that ease of use is critical.
When firms have to make major changes to their operating procedures to implement new ERP systems, the process can set them back quite a bit. These organizations often experience a serious reduction in momentum when they're forced to engage in massive training programs or revamp their existing productivity metric systems, and such slowdowns may result in critical profit losses.
In short, it's hard to continue business as usual when your old system no longer suffices and your new one takes forever to master. That's why Microsoft Dynamics chose to implement a number of built-in ease of use features in ERP products like Dynamics NAV or Dynamics GP. By allowing users to interact with productivity tools via their choice of clients, devices, and browsers, business consumer experience becomes conducive to actually accessing and utilizing vital data.
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By Socius, an Ohio Microsoft Dynamics ERP Partner