Software hairball syndrome is common for companies as they pivot or grow, with a wide variety of platforms overlapping into a giant, confusing mess that reduces the very value they sought to create.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to an entrepreneur or manager's software decisions, but having the right foundations in place is critical for achieving success as your business scales to new heights.
At Business News Australia we are excited to offer you the opportunity to participate in a free webinar tomorrow (25 February) morning in conjunction with Oracle Netsuite that will address this issue and many more, drawing on the experience of two business leaders who transformed their family companies for the better.
In the webinar 'Staying ahead of the game: Adaptable solutions for fast growing businesses', Jordan Prainito of Canningvale will discuss how he utilised enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other software to overhaul the company from a supplier to bricks-and-mortar retail to an almost entirely online operation.
During COVID-19 with logistical delays from suppliers across a wide range of industries, Prainito believes Oracle Netsuite "really came into its own" as it allowed Canningvale to shine with productivity staying the course as a cloud-based, data-driven business.
Meanwhile, Christophe Verstreken of Belgian Delights will give his insights about deploying solutions to make his chocolate company more competitive, and how his ERP platform has been able to easily integrate with other apps that are specific to the chocolatier's needs.
In the webinar hosted by Business News Australia senior journalist Matt Ogg as moderator, participants will be able to field their questions as well. Whether it's to learn from the guest speakers' strategic management experience, the nitty gritty of software issues, or your chocolate addiction, we look forward to helping you with your journey and challenges.
We encourage you to register here for this unmissable session of cost-free professional development, and look forward to pitching your burning questions to the guests too.
See you tomorrow!
Business News Australia
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