Priority ERP is a winner
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This is a sales and marketing message.
If you’re not interested in hearing how good Priority ERP is, look away now!
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I saw a great video today from Eric Kimberling at Third Stage Consulting Group in the US, entitled Top 10 Small Business ERP Systems (http://ed.gr/cgc5f).
Whilst this is recorded from a US perspective, most of what he says is relevant here in the UK. Clearly there are some local UK omissions, but I was very gratified to see Priority ERP so high up a top 10 list by a truly independent source.
So how come Priority is now being recognised as such a good system within the Small to Medium Business arena? To make this short and snappy, I’ll bullet point the features.
Flexibility. Priority is built to be configured to your business process, however unique that is. You are not forced to accept an alien process to use the software.
Comprehensive functionality. Priority has sophistication to be used in very many business industries: manufacturing, distribution, project, construction, etc, etc.
Easy to use. The system is truly intuitive and the modern interface means it has a fresh look and feel that provides a rewarding User Experience.
Mobile. A truly unique mobile infrastructure that means it is easy to build and distribute unique apps to your mobile users.
Versatile. Priority does not tie you down to a single model. On-premise/Cloud, Purchase/Subscription, Multi-tenant/Single hosting. All options are available.
Implementation. Focussed, dedicated implementation teams available to man-up your project the way you want to do it. You choose your level of commitment based on your company environment.
But very significantly it avoids a lot of the pitfalls cited about other systems.
It doesn’t suffer from being implemented by inferior product consultants
It doesn’t suffer from limited functionality
It doesn’t suffer over-reliance on client in-house IT expertise
It doesn’t force you into a specific IT infra-structure you’re not comfortable with
It doesn’t suffer from long-term viability questions
It doesn’t need lots of 3rd party additional modules