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Can you recommend an ERP solution with diverse modules as stated in the details below?

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ERP modules should principally contain the following: Financial Accounting, Human Resources Management, Sales & Marketing, Service Management, Budget Management, Project Accounting, Workflow & Alerts, Business Intelligent, Payroll, Auditability, Financial Management, Supply Chain Management, Reporting, Business Process Management, Document Management & Archiving, Biz Intelligent Functionality, User Training Module modules and etc

asked by Akin O.  –  October 16, 2013

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Hi Guy
We are a consultancy that work across the entire breadth of solutions. The problem with advice from specific vendors/resellers is that they will always be swayed to advise you on their offerings. I would point you to our website cyberdecider.com to have a look at what we do.
Basically the best solution for you will come down to your specific requirements - and which solutions in the market will meet your requirements with the least amount of customisation/third party add-ons.
We have no conflict of interest - so we advise as a buyers agent and ensure that you will only get the best solution which will represent the best value for your business.
You will quickly realise as you go to market that this is going to be a time consuming exercise for you and your business as you are shown all the whizz bang demonstrations by all and sundry and promised the world.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to discuss the best options for your business.

answered by Glen Campbell  –  October 20, 2013
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Hello Akin,

If you are looking to mix and match modules however you want, you may want to consider an open source ERP solution. Business-Software.com's blog post sheds light on this topic if you want to explore more, but I can give you one software solution right here.

Try OpenERP. The solution allows you to pick and choose from a jaw-dropping library of 3,000 community modules. And that is only in addition to its 200 standard modules. All of which should integrate with each other smoothly. I'd give it a try if you are on a budget and looking for a solution unique to your business.

answered by Miranda Limonczenko  –  October 22, 2013
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I would suggest that you look at Axiom EPM since it is a solution that is extremely flexible and is very cost effective for many organizations. We choose this solution as a replacement for another enterprise module in our accounting department and then extended that to broader uses. It is MS SQL Server based where the business department end users have a greater control over the system in contrast to being dependent upon data center personnel for everything. Axiom EPM has deep experience in the health care, education, and financial services industries however they also have successful implementations in manufacturing. If you have users that can write basic SQL queries, then creating dashboards, ad hoc reports or leverage standardized fillable PDF forms that save back to the Axiom database is something that they can do. The combination of total cost of ownership, ease of administration for your data center staff and the flexibility it offers your business users is worth an internet check and follow-up.

answered by Kathy S.  –  October 23, 2013
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I'm going to suggest SAP Business ByDesign. It can do all of what you said, runs in the cloud for a monthly fee. Not intended for smaller companies, more for mid-sized. You can see demos at http://appliedprogress.com/

answered by Daniel R.  –  November 8, 2013
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Infor SyteLine ERP can address all of the needs with "out of the box" functionality to speed ROI. You also have the option of native integration with Salesforce.com if you need a robust CRM. Another key feature that could be of interest is SyteLine's Configurator for complex product configurations and automated ordering portals.
Find information at http://www.godlan.com/syteline_erp_manufacturing_software

answered by Bobby Rudder  –  November 14, 2013
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DEPENDING ON WHAT YOUR LOOKING FOR I CAN RECOMMEND A ERP SOFTWARE THAT PLUSS CORPORATION HAS DEVELOPED AND HELPED CUSTOMERS FOR OVER 30 YEARS AND BEEN REMARKABLY SUCCESSFUL IN THE TRUCK REPAIR SHOP AND AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY RANGING FROM DEALERSHIPS TO FLEET'S. I HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL.

answered by Drew I.  –  July 13, 2015
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Hi Akin,
You should try VIENNA Advantage ERP/CRM. It is the first open source ERP/CRM with HTML5 user interface and tightly integrated enterprise level document management system. It is scalable and customizable to the most specific business needs. It provides all the features you are searching for.
Check solution here > www.viennaadvantage.com

answered by Gligor C.  –  August 5, 2015
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Hi Akin, I would recommend Microsoft Dynamics ERP. This integrated software solution gives your people the tools they need to connect and manage your entire business, from financial and supply chain management and from manufacturing to operations, with the insight you need to make smart decisions. Dialog Dynamics specialise in Microsoft Dynamics AX, NAV and SL: http://www.dialogdynamics.com.au/products/

answered by Suzy L.  –  September 9, 2015

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