We all know how an ERP can boost the company’s performance, and could even triple it if used right. An ERP automates various business operations, streamlines day-to-day processes, optimizes sales and customer engagement, manages HR, creates numerous reports, and provides travel agents, hoteliers and tour operators with the resources necessary to manage their businesses. Let’s now take a deeper look at each of these main functions.   Business Operations Integration: The primary function of
  Poor Communications OTAs usually assign the entire company for a single lead to be properly processed, and this means that all of the departments need to communicate and collaborate to maintain a smooth and quality rich business process. Generally, OTAs suffer from poor internal communication between different departments. When employees fail to pass on information effectively, negative outcomes, like lost service orders, task management, lead follow up, etc. An ERP system helps you dodge

7  Trends your ERP should follow

Posted by Nour Mohsen on November 30, 2017
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ERPs has become an essential part of any business, and ERP suppliers are always creating less complex and less expensive software to make the process even smoother, but do you know what to look for to make sure your ERP is up to date? Here we will discuss seven things to consider when reviewing your ERP, to make sure it’s keeping up with the latest trends and features, and to get the max benefits out
Having an ERP System offers companies a wide range of benefits that are too much to list. Many travel agents implement these systems because they have become somewhat trendy within the industry. Other organizations are genuinely looking to optimize their business process to become more profitable through increased efficiency. However, there are few steps that need to be taken in order to determine whether the ERP implementation will be a profitable investment for the company,
ERP Systems are being completely transformed as more providers integrate AI into their operations. From taking over routine tasks all the way up to predicting when machines are going to fail, AI is using ERP’s vast data in incredible ways.       The first benefit is that AI frees employees from the boring, repetitive daily interactions, allowing them to focus on analytical and creative tasks instead. Actually, using AI-enabled ERP Software allow managers to discover entirely

Cloud or On-Premise ERP?

Posted by Blogs Team on November 2, 2017
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As you consider your options for a new ERP software, one of the most important decisions you'll need to make is whether to select a cloud-based or an on-premise ERP solution. Basically, On-premise ERP solutions are installed locally on your company's hardware and servers and then managed by your IT staff, while a cloud based ERP is provided as a service. With this type of deployment, a company's ERP software and its associated data are
  It’s vastly known, yet shocking, that only 10% of travel related businesses around the world use some sort of a CRM. Many think that small businesses do not require a CRM software. However, we tend to believe that small businesses will be the most beneficiaries out of it. Because customers engaging small and medium enterprises are demanding, and require a personal touch to turn them into long term customers. Moreover, small businesses always need
1- HERE Maps (iPhone – Android) HERE WeGo is one of only a few serious competitors to Google Maps in the navigation app space. It features a simple, elegant interface with mapping options all over the world. You can download maps for offline use in your region. That should help in areas with spotty data connections. HERE also shows you traffic information (where available), public transit maps, and you can customize by saving places for