Welcome back for the second instalment of our blog series this week, today we will be telling you about each of our solutions and what they are best used for and how they can benefit your business.
Microsoft Dynamics GP is very strong for traditional financial requirements and whilst it is easy to deploy in a cloud environment it is primarily an on premise system. We find that many clients still have a strong leaning to traditional on premise systems. We have been developing products for Dynamics GP for over 15 years and have a carefully selected 3rd party vendor network in place so there isn’t much we can’t do with it if required.
Our eRequest solution is extremely popular and we add value to many charities with our Advanced VAT solutions for partial VAT recovery for example.
NetSuite is an extremely strong solution and its main USP is that it is truly a one single solution which spans all areas of a business’s requirements. NetSuite includes Marketing, CRM, ERP, eCommerce, Project Management and Services. NetSuite is also very flexible and a platform for any business to build out workflows, and to alter their solution to meet their exact requirements using easy to use tools built into the solution without the need for developers. It is a true SaaS solution and upgrades are automatic twice a year so clients never get version locked or have to pay for costly upgrades.
Our Advanced Bank Reconciliation (ABR) further extends both NetSuite and Dynamics GP and enables integration into your bank accounts to download the statement, automatically post the transactions and then auto reconcile them. All without any user interaction. We currently support integration for over 4000 bank accounts.
Sage ERP X3 has very deep functionality for manufacturing and warehouse/distribution businesses and runs entirely from within a web browser but can be deployed as an on premise solution. Clients have the option of a Microsoft SQL or Oracle database making it extremely scalable. Its unique visual process flows make the user experience really easy and administrators can tailor users’ menus in a graphical way to make their jobs easy. Sage ERP X3 is excellent on mobile devices, and runs very happily on a tablet, or smart phone.
Sage ERP X3 lends itself well to delivery via a private cloud offering, providing the best of both worlds between on premise and hosted solutions.
We hope you enjoyed this segment of the blog series, please join us on Friday for the final instalment. If you have any questions please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Written by Mark Hennessy, Sales Manager Nolan Business Solutions