The team at Datel is always looking for new ways to help businesses on the next stage of their ERP journey, by sharing our knowledge and advising on the best-practice processes involved with researching, implementing and supporting your ERP solution.
Sustaining and growing your business is dependent on making informed decisions, which is why it is so essential to make considered choices about your ERP investment.
As part of our efforts to educate businesses on ERP, Datel holds free, regular ERP seminars in Warrington, London and Leeds, designed to give delegates an introduction to Sage’s ERP solutions. The events give you the opportunity to ask our knowledgeable consultants any questions you may have about ERP, including recommendations of the most suitable solutions for your business circumstances.
Companies from all industries are invited to attend our seminars, but the events are especially useful to those currently experiencing growth or process change, or those using basic accounts packages such as Sage 50 and looking for an upgrade.
These events offer the ideal way to help kick-start your ERP project, giving you the chance to gain advice on putting together a business case, get a first look at Sage 200 and Sage X3, and discover more about finding the right ERP solution for your business.
The seminars also include:
Jeremy Cook, one of our New Business Sales Consultants, attended the most recent seminar in London, to support delegates and provide insight and guidance on Sage 200 and Sage X3.
Speaking about the success of the seminar, he said: “We had a host of companies attend, representing a wide range of industries, and as usual there was great participation from all of the delegates.
“All of the attendees were particularly pleased with the ERP Diagnosis App, which allowed them to create a business case for ERP investment. A business case essentially gets your ERP project started, providing momentum and the information needed for higher authorities to justify the investment. The App allowed the attendees to get started on creating this report straight away.
“A number of the companies who attended have already sent a completed report through to us and arranged to have meetings booked to discuss their requirements in more detail with our team. We’re already looking forward to planning and hosting the next seminars in Warrington and London.”