Big changes have been happening in the ERP space over the last several years and it is nothing compared to what we are going to see in the future. Over the years, the solution has become more responsive and flexible matching the requirements of the organizations. ERP systems offer all possible features like collaboration, integration, and ease of use on different platforms via social, mobile, etc. ERP trends in 2019 and 2020 are going to continue to evolve, as the digital transformation drives changes in many markets.

Here are some ERP trends to keep your eye on:

  • Easier to use interfaces and more complete integration. Businesses need real-time data at all levels of the business. Millennial only know touch-screen, having grown up tapping and swiping rather than mousing and typing. Interfaces will need to evolve accordingly, with better, more intuitive UI, and more appealing design.
  • Mobile access and deep integration becomes standard. Organizations need multiple points of access, including mobile to keep up with the increase in mobile work forces.
  • Big focus on Business Intelligence. Business intelligence, big data, and real-time ERP analytics are now necessities for businesses to be able to be competitive in the marketplace. These tools will provide real-time insights to assist with the success of the business in terms of operational efficiencies, productivity, product development, marketing and so much more.
  • Complete adoption of cloud-based systems. It is not a question of if, but when and how.

These ERP trends are going to help your business fully embrace the digital transformation and ensure you are making the best business decisions based on the most up-to-date information. 2W Tech is an Epicor Gold Partner and specializes in solutions for the manufacturing industry. Give us a call today to start embracing the digital transformation and the ERP trends that can take your business operations to the next level.

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