Many manufacturing companies are considering a step forward for their ERP use.
The biggest reason for manufacturers to transition to the latest ERP solutions is simplicity.
With the widespread growth of interest in ERP systems seen over the past several years, many companies in a number of different industries - including manufacturing - have been able to find more efficient ways to operate.
One of the biggest expenses companies in any industry will have on an ongoing basis is the cost of actually employing their workers.
The federal government recently announced new rules for how overtime pay should be distributed to employees who work more than 40 hours per week.
Over the past several years, the ability of companies to more accurately track workers' hours has become a major focus, because when it comes to maximizing efficiency, having the right data at your fingertips is vital.
Many manufacturing decision-makers may be looking for ways to boost the efficiency of their operations these days, but it's often difficult to know where to start.
Manufacturers of all sizes are always on the lookout for ways to improve their process from materials going in to the products going back out, and one of the best ways to do so these days is to invest in and continually use ERP systems.
It has always been a good idea for businesses, including manufacturing companies, to make sure they are accurately tracking hours worked for every employee.