Tag "ERP"

GST should not stand for Gory, Sloppy and Tricky. But how?

Pratima H BANGALORE, INDIA: GST is just around the corner and with every passing day the

Oracle launches GST-compliant ERP Cloud in India; unveils India datacenter plans

By : CIOL Writers

Oracle said it will expand its cloud services in India over the next six to nine months with plans for an Oracle data center in India. Over the coming months Oracle will be reviewing proposals from government and business partners to provide customers with the capability to build and move

Take a smart decision and move to cloud ERP

Biswas Nair Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software that connects your finance, accounting and operations data is a must have in this competitive age, particularly for dynamic and fast-growing companies to be a step ahead of their competitions. ERP is the most impactful

S/4HANA: More Than A Style Statement

Pratima H INDIA: “I’ll stop wearing black when they make a darker color.” Wednesday Addams could have been speaking of more things than one readily assumes here. Sometimes, some shades really get so ingrained, so easy to wear (and not

Salesforce – Not a one-pony trick

Pratima H MUMBAI, INDIA: If just a decade back someone had uttered that something called Cloud would make the years-old Enterprise software model wobble, the statement would have evoked a few guffaws at the best. People would have clinked glasses,

Y-Axis not regretting the SaaS model

INDIA: A lot has been said and is being said about the Cloud fork that Enterprise software road has taken. Promises and perceptions often dissolve into thin air unless they resonate with actual results and hands-on testimonials. Let’s take a

SAP all set for the GST regime

NEW DELHI, INDIA: SAP India will be an Application Service Provider (ASP) for the upcoming Goods and Service Tax (GST) implementation in the country. SAP SE announced this at the recently held flagship event ‘SAP GST India Forum 2016’ in

Dixcy Textiles selects Infor to enhance its core business processes

BANGALORE, INDIA: Hosiery-maker Dixcy Textiles Pvt Ltd has chosen Infor solutions to enhance core business processes and user experience for employees. With over 3,000 employees, Dixcy Textiles has the capacity to produce up to 6,25,000 pieces of garment a day

Cloud is not everyone’s cup of Tea. Or Wine

Pratima H ISRAEL: Despite barrels of cloud apps rolling in from all sides – DIY basements, SaaS pipes, pure-play walls, neighbourhood cellars like Amazon, Google etc; the seasoned whiff of a cloud sommelier is conspicuous by its absence in the

Emerging markets differ from developed markets on agility

INDIA: Some 75 per cent of businesses in emerging markets agreed in a research that flexible working practices and technologies, such as mobile working, are significant in helping retain key people, compared to just 62 per cent of those in developed countries.

GST for ERP Systems: Can we please get a lil boring?

Pratima H INDIA: Pixels – that’s where the real action is. Yet, it’s amazing how we tend to get so obsessed and captivated with the big picture that we forget that actual work, pain, and glory reside in the mundane-everyday where

Stryker adding HANA muscle to its ERP

BANGALORE, INDIA: Stryker, a medical technology company, has picked Accenture to support the standardization of its business processes across the company. As an announcement explains, Accenture will deploy the SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (SAP S/4HANA) solution as the

Are you doing it Right? ERP and Business Objectives


Vijay Reddy INDIA: According to a study by Gartner on ‘Adoption of Cloud ERP, 2013 Through 2023’, which extensively investigated about companies ranging in size from $10 million to $10 billion across North America, EMEA, APAC and Latin American markets,

Convergence of IT and OT: Transforming conventional ERP

Ganesh Devle INDIA: Today’s ERP has to improve an IT organization’s alignment with the business rather than force the business to fit its processes into a portfolio of applications. IT organizations feel the need to innovate and implement flexible systems

Cloud computing: From promise to fruition

Atul Sareen Businesses are transitioning the way they operate and manage their operations spread across multiple geographies and executed with multiple partners to tap newer growth opportunities. This results in organizations no longer developing and managing the entire life cycle of

Woodland walks away from in-house systems

MUMBAI, INDIA:  Woodland has selected SAP to manage its brand portfolio, to boost its planning, manufacturing, warehousing, sourcing, distribution processes, modernize retail operations and global supply network. Woodland will centralize its operations on the SAP platform, replacing existing systems with the goal of

IIT Roorkee goes digital

MUMBAI, INDIA: IIT Roorkee (IITR) is kick-starting SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project. The project will be implemented in multiple phases and would cover the end-to-end life cycle management of the operations. IITR has decided to implement a combination of

The Mystery of ERP Failures

Pratima H INDIA: When Avon pulls the plug on a multi-million dollar ERP project, when Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission sues an ERP partner, when Gartner reminds that approximately 75 per cent of all ERP projects fail, when researchers like Vanson Bourne

A city’s CIO, Tammie Hollowell, picks ERP overhaul

TEXAS, USA: Tyler Technologies, Inc. signed an agreement with the city of Surprise, Arizona, for Tyler’s Munis enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution and EnerGov planning, regulatory and maintenance platform, along with its Tyler Content Manager solution. The agreement includes software

Krishna Beads upgrades ERP for 10-fold growth

MUMBAI, INDIA: Established in 1970 and headquartered in Mumbai, Krishna Beads Industries, a fashion exporter to over 50 buyers worldwide, wants to upgrade its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to meet its target to grow tenfold in the next decade.