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5 Real-World Uses for Custom Enterprise Systems

5 Real-World Uses for Custom Enterprise Systems

By Julie Short This blog was Posted on Thursday, February  1, 2018 6 YEARS AGO

5 Real-World Uses for Custom Enterprise SystemsWe like to remind our clients and prospects that enterprise systems are all about increased efficiency and savings. You can use custom applications and solutions to give yourself more time, automate repetitive tasks, and cut costs in several different areas of your company organization.

Entrepreneurs and CEOs often tell us the benefits of enterprise development sound great, but they have trouble placing them in a real-world context. So today, we want to spell out five ways you could use software solutions to take away your biggest headaches. These may or may not match your needs, but they should help you to get started in thinking about the different ways enterprise systems can work for you…

#1 Customer Service Interaction Tracking

What happens when a customer contacts you with a question or request? Imagine what it would be like to be able to track the source of the inquiry, and then follow its resolution from the first step to the conclusion. Now think of what it would be like to be able to follow up with that customer based on that information, or even market to them again in the future. What would that do for your revenue? That’s how smart companies are managing buyer interactions, and it’s one of the most obvious uses of a custom enterprise system.

#2 Data Entry and Information Recording

In the digital age getting information isn’t a problem. You could measure every marketing and buyer interaction if you wanted to, and then use what you’ve learned to generate detailed reports about trends, inventory, etc. However, most businesses struggle to properly record and utilize all the data out there. With a custom enterprise system, you could automate these processes to make information faster, more accessible, and more accurate.

#3 File Sharing and Project Management

Do you have several people, departments, or teams working together on big projects? Need to combine the efforts of in-house employees and managers with outside vendors or support personnel? If so, you could use custom enterprise software share files, to keep everyone on same page, and manage task completion in real-time. This is especially valuable if you have certain types of jobs that need to be duplicated again and again.

#4 Manufacturing and Supply Chains

It’s never easy managing resources, employee schedules, and inventory. Add those together with the difficulties associated with wholesaler or retailer orders, fluid cost concerns, and supply chain logistics and your business can become unmanageable very quickly. However, with the right enterprise software solution in place, you can enjoy better information, improved forecasting, and faster communication at every level. That’s a good way to make your manufacturing business more profitable and responsive.

#5 Cloud-Based Document Delivery

Manufacturers, professional service providers, and many other types of businesses have a need to deliver thousands of documents – including product manuals, client or patient records, etc. – that are continually being revised and updated. Additionally, they need those records to be accurate, secure, and available on a number of devices or workstations. In many cases, an enterprise software platform is the answer, giving you stability, security, and low-cost reliable performance.

Ready to See What Enterprise Systems Could Do for Your Company?

Want to move past these general examples and get a sense of what enterprise systems might be able to do for your company or organization? Taking the next step is easy – just contact the team at WebRevelation so we can discuss your business. In one short consultation, we can tell you how you can use software to save time and money every quarter.

Contact us today to get started!

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