Using Technology To Solve Business Problems, Entrepreneur Podcast

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In this episode, we are joined by Ralph Hess, the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Navigator Business Solutions, a computer software company that provides cloud-based ERP business solutions. It configures and implements ERP solutions built on SAP Business One and SAP Business ByDesign, so clients can break free of the limiting and disconnected business systems that hold them back from achieving their true growth potential. Ralph has over 30 years of experience helping companies solve their business problems with technology, working with multiple publishers, including IBM, Epicor, and Microsoft.

"So whether you use a Microsoft product, Oracle product, or SAP product, the way that you do accounting, the way you do accounts receivable, the way you do accounts payable it's all pretty much the same. Really where the innovation is happening now is at the fringes. So outside of, I'm not gonna say outside of the ERP solution, but really leveraging the data created by the ERP solution to start to create more of an intelligent enterprise. So being able to use artificial intelligence to be able to create robotics processes, to streamline operations within the software to be able to deliver advanced business intelligence that gives you better insight in making faster decisions. Those are the things really now that, particularly SAP is doing a great job of, of bringing from the large marketplace down to the small to midsize market and really making it available for the masses rather than just having it be capable of being done by the Fortune 1000."

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