Category Archives: enterprise resource planning

Make the Leap to ERP

Happy Leap Day! 2012 is the year your midsize business should finally make the leap to enterprise resource planning (ERP). No more delays. Many midsize businesses struggle to afford an ERP system, but they also worry that they can’t live … Continue reading

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Check Out the New Fishbowl Enterprise Website

Have you heard about the new Fishbowl Enterprise website? It has lots of information about what an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for midsize businesses should contain. It turns out you don’t have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars … Continue reading

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Wyatt ERP, New Sheriff on the Digital Frontier

The name’s Wyatt ERP. I’m the law out here on the digital frontier, and I’m here to clean up your company’s books. What does the ERP stand for in my name, you might be wondering? I’ll tell you: Enterprise resource … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See… in Your Supply Chain?

In honor of Christmas, I would like to use the famous carol “Do You Hear What I Hear” to guide my discussion of supply chain management. I’ll use several lines from the song to show how important it is to … Continue reading

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Midsize Business Is the Real Source of Job Growth

Did you know that most of the hiring that’s happening in our economy isn’t coming from either the small business or big business sectors? It’s actually coming from an often-overlooked segment of the economy: midsize businesses. It’s kind of like … Continue reading

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Why Many Businesses Are Coming Back to QuickBooks

QuickBooks dominates the financial management software market for small businesses with 20-500 employees. Entrepreneurs love QuickBooks’ user-friendly setup, which allows them to keep their finances in order without having to be accounting experts. But as small businesses mature into midsize … Continue reading

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Fishbowl Inventory 2012 Heralded By Media Blitzkrieg

Fishbowl Inventory 2012 made its debut today amid a torrent of media buildup. Fishbowl CEO David Williams and President Mary Scott spent the last few weeks touting the newest software release’s many new features to reporters and bloggers across the … Continue reading

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New ERP/MRP Costs a Fraction of the Price of Other Systems

Fishbowl is now offering a complete enterprise resource planning/material requirements planning (ERP/MRP) system to midsize businesses. It’s called Fishbowl Enterprise. Often, companies grow to a point where their old accounting and inventory management tools don’t have enough features to meet … Continue reading

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10 Generic Foods That Taste Better Than Name Brands

I love generic brands. They usually cost much less than name-brand products because they don’t carry huge advertising costs. The problem is that many generic-brand foods just don’t cut it when compared to the real thing. It’s a good idea … Continue reading

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