Each user of the system is setup individually and granted specific rights to the modules and menus contained therein. Using the Employee Module, employees have the ability to keep track of their own preferences, setting up their password and their default Warehouse, as well as keeping track of their time sheets and tasks.
The Briefcase is a powerful tool within Ximple; it’s the internal messaging system between the system and users as well as a file storage area. Each Customer, Vendor and Employee has their own individual briefcase. The briefcase area is used to assign events that need to be completed for the selected entity or to store multimedia files. Events can be sent automatically by the system to an individual or be assigned by users of the system.
The employee’s Briefcase To Do option is option used by the individual employees to view the events that have been assigned to them and post updates to those events, closing them or setting up follow-up events as need be.
Benefits of having Employee brief case to-do is that its helps in Creating orders, Accountability, Rescheduling and organizing your time and to delegate.
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In an On-Premise ERP, the Customer manages both ERP Software and the technology infrastructure (Hardware). This level of control enables the Customer to customize the software to suit their unique Employee processes. This flexibility comes at the cost of managing the unfamiliar terrain of managing the IT infrastructure.
In a Cloud ERP, the ERP Vendor manages Cloud-based ERP, both software and hardware. The Customer can configure the ERP Software to meet their business requirements. There is limited flexibility in customizing the application to meet the unique business processes. In some cases, the Customer will need to modify their business processes to suit the operations supported by ERP.
The main benefits of Cloud ERP are reduction in cost and complexity of managing the IT Infrastructure. Irrespective of Cloud or On-premise ERP, the key is to understand the critical business requirements and ensure that the ERP system that you choose can quickly meet those requirements.
• Does your ERP Software meet your Business Needs?
• Does your ERP solution aligns with company goals?
• Will ERP Software Integrate/compatible with existing systems?
• Have partner Network/Availability?
• What type of training/support options offered by the ERP Solution provider?
• Have references and recommendations from customers?
• Does your ERP provider invest in tomorrow’s technology?