Topic: General Posts

Subject: Cloud ERP Recommendations
Jim Ganley
Member: 2004
Posts:4
Submitted on 10-03-19 8:12 pm
Message:

I am currently in search for a cloud ERP system for a wholesale Data Center company.  The Data Center industry is relatively small.  The systems we are most interested in service the Real Estate and construction industries.  Below is the top contenders:


Yardi 7s (Saas with Construction)


NetSuite (integrate with Procore)


Intacct (integrate with Procore)


JD Edwards


I appreciate receiving experiences and/or recommendations from peers who have used these systems.


 


Thanks


Jim Ganley


469.307.9663


 

 
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David Vanston
Member: 2010
Posts: 25

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 10-06-19 7:59 pm.
Message:

Jim


 


A quick point due to your size, I would steer clear of JD edwards


 


Regards


 


David

 
Jim Ganley
Member: 2004
Posts: 4

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 10-07-19 9:18 pm.
Message:

Thank you.  

 
Ben Ertischek
Member: 2019
Posts:

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 10-28-19 7:01 pm.
Message:

I would recommend Intaact if the primary need is accounting and Netsuite if the need is for full ERP system.

 
Howard Gerner
Member: 2019
Posts:

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 11-05-19 2:58 am.
Message:

I implemented Intacct for a large ($230 million) non-profit. I installed GL, AP, AR, Cash Management and Purchasing modules. The system is pretty basic out of the box but can be customized to meet specific needs. We worked with the vendor to design complex cost allocation and accounts receivable billing systems, which saved many days of staff time. Cloud based system had greater functionality and lower cost than the legacy system. Would love to chat more if you would like.

 
Ashish Solanki
Member: 2008
Posts: 1

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 11-27-19 9:34 am.
Message:
Very approprite conversations for me.

 

I am in search for cloud / web based accounting system.

Looking for an appropriate software for a growing SME, not too basic like Xero or quick books but a level up.

 

Jim - did you manage to identify a sytem?

Howard - how is Sage intacct? Is it complex to implement? Does it have heavy consultant involvement, how east is it to use, like a traditional accounting system. I ask this because I tried to implement Sage financials and it ws very complex (Sage have now discountinued this software and are replacing it with Intacct in the UK)

 

Does anyone have experience of Microsoft Dynamics - is it easy to use? 

Is it expensive to implement?

 

Any help and advice will be welcome.

 

Kind regards

 

Ashish
 
Mike Stolorena
Member: 2017
Posts: 5

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 12-01-19 2:27 pm.
Message:

We are currently using Intacct and it works pretty well, is pretty simple and afforadable. Unless you have a large, complex organization, it works well. We also have Adaptive next to it for forecasting and use it also for reporting. A great combination. 

 
Sam Aul
Member: 2017
Posts: 7

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 12-04-19 3:44 pm.
Message:

I am looking a new ERP's as well.  My front runner is Acumatica.  It appears far better than SysPro or NetSuite, and is very cost effective.  It is worth a look.

 
Howard Gerner
Member: 2019
Posts:

Subject: Re:Cloud ERP Recommendations

Submitted on 12-05-19 1:29 pm.
Message:

Ashish:


Sage Intacct is very basic out of the box so it is fairly simple to impement. Its advantage is that it is very customizable. We had a lot of complex customizations and they worked out really well resulting in big time savings. 


Note that it is really Intacct. Sage just took them over about 2 years ago.


Hope this helps.


Howard


 


 

 
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