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Salesforce isn’t just for the front office. Discover Rootstock, full scale Salesforce ERP: The Back Office has come to the Cloud. Built on salesforce.com’s Force.com platform, Rootstock’s Manufacturing Cloud Solution includes out of the box integration with salesforce.com’s Sales cloud, Mobile accessibility, and uses Chatter as a key communication mechanism. These integrations provide a complete and flexible solution for manufacturers with shorter implementations, lower costs and quick return on investment. Requiring dramatically less resources, Salesforce.com and Rootstock allow you to recoup your investment quickly while delivering a robust manufacturing solution with improved visibility and enables you to be more responsive to changing customer needs    


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Salesforce has created a budding ecosystem full of apps for every aspect of your business and thanks to Rootstock, there is now a 100% native, full scale Salesforce ERP. By leveraging the dynamic features of Salesforce, Rootstock is able to provide its end users with robust ERP modules that are scalable, accessible, and secure. Rootstock's Modules also integrate seamlessly with Salesforce's CRM system and various financial product offerings. ERP for Salesforce is possible - and it's here.

Cloud Computing isn't just a 'trending' term - it's the reality of the future. Companies from a wide variety of industries are looking to the cloud for their software solutions. From CRM to Accounting and now to ERP - The Cloud offers well developed, dynamic, feature-rich programs. ERP for Salesforce powered by Rootstock is the solution for those companies looking for cloud ERP with traditional functionality and modern features.

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Today's manufacturers deserve ERP solutions that deliver long-term value, facilitate new business strategies, and create competitive advantage.

If your organization is considering replacing its current ERP solution, you owe it to yourself to download and read: "The Cloud ERP Evaluation Guide for Manufacturers", written by Brian Sommer of Vital Analysis.

Download this free Cloud ERP evaluation guide and learn:

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Don’t Get Cloud Washed. Get Real Cloud ERP

erp4salesforce Dec 21, 2018 0 Comments
This past August, Diginomica author and industry sage Brian Sommer wrote an important article about the cloud software industry titled “It’s 2018 so why isn’t my ERP vendor multi-tenant?” In the article, Brian cajoled ERP software providers and users of old legacy ERP systems to make the move to multi-tenanted, cloud ERP. I won’t elaborate on all the compelling business, financial and IT reasons to replace your legacy systems with cloud ERP, but if you make the move to the cloud, make sure you get the real thing. So, what is the real thing? The majority of the ERP providers have managed to stall the move to the cloud for many years (while the CRM & HR worlds have embraced it). ERP providers primarily did this to preserve traditional revenue models and...

Top 5 Inventory Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

erp4salesforce Sep 11, 2017 0 Comments
Days before the solar eclipse of 2017 it became nearly impossible to purchase the special glasses needed to safely observe the event. People rushing from store to store in a frenzy trying to locate the last available pair of glasses, found the stores had just not planned well… they had nothing left. It got so bad that some stores reported customers coming to blows as they fought over the remaining items. To make matters worse, Amazon and Walmart had to let customers know that the glasses they purchased might not be safe. Some brands were not made to the proper specifications and could not be trusted. Walmart reported another problem… the stock they had ordered never arrived. That should not have happened at Walmart, a store known for its amazing supply chain. They manage over 11,000 stores in 27 countries, requiring a technological tour de force that rarely lets...

The Wild West of Ransomware is here…

erp4salesforce Jul 10, 2017 0 Comments
Ransomware is one of the newest malware threats in the news. (Mal, the Latin root for “bad” or “evil,” forms words like malfunction, maltreat, and malice.) And ransomware is truly bad! An attack will literally hold companies’ user systems hostage until they agree to pay the “ransom” request via Bitcoin or another hard to trace online payment. The FBI is warning it’s on the rise, and not just for single users- businesses, government agencies, law enforcement, healthcare, and academic institutions have all been victims. As UPS recently found out, ransomware is powerful and hard to prevent if you are not prepared. The usual "phishing" or "spoofing" of malware is becoming more common. Hackers are now better at designing corporate brand logos, legal disclaimers and colors to fool the consumer, tricking the clicker to click. But the world of ransomware is taking...

The Internet of Things Comes to Manufacturing

erp4salesforce Jun 19, 2017 0 Comments

What that means for you now, and in the years ahead

When it comes to manufacturing, IoT developments can certainly impact what you make. The use of IoT-enabled devices – everything from cars to consumer appliances to healthcare equipment – is exploding. Actually, that might be an understatement. According to a Gartner Research report published in February, “8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. Total spending on endpoints and services will reach almost $2 trillion in 2017.” So, chances are pretty good that, sooner or later, the things you produce will have the ability to communicate with other things, and to share data. The application of IoT technology is spreading that quickly. But no matter...