Although remote work was mandated by the government during the beginning of the pandemic, many of these restrictions have recently been lifted. Even though most companies are now allowed to have their employees back at their desks and on the shop floor, many are choosing not to. Remote work is here for the long haul, and many businesses are looking to invest in new technologies to make the permanent transition easier. An ERP mobile workforce increases flexibility and opens doors to new possibilities for business operations and your supply chain.

It is expected that manufacturers are going to spend upwards of $14 billion dollars in the next 3 years on ERP software to help supplement and fix issues within the supply chain. Mobile ERP started gaining momentum in 2020 and we are only going to see this trend continue to rise dramatically. Now that the capability exists for mobile ERP, companies are beginning to see that confining that data and those capabilities to office desktops is not the best way to move forward in this ever-changing modern world. Having an ERP mobile workforce allows your workers to use their time wisely by giving them 24/7 access to tools and information that can help prevent downtime and increase overall business efficiencies.

Mobile ERP can bring many benefits to a business including:

  • Improved quality service
  • Greater productivity
  • Deeper business relationships
  • Competitive advantage
  • More accurate data capture

As the departure from traditional supply chain continues to dissolve, trends like an ERP mobile workforce are going to continue to expand. Your business needs to choose an ERP system that can scale with your business and have the capability and flexibility to integrate with new technology solutions. 2W Tech is an Epicor Gold Partner and Epicor ERP is the best solution on the market for manufacturing. Give us a call today to learn more about Epicor ERP and its’ mobile capabilities.

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