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Salesforce isn’t just for the front office. Discover Rootstock, full scale ERP on the platform: The Back Office has come to the Cloud. Built on’s platform, Rootstock’s Manufacturing Cloud Solution includes out of the box integration with’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, 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    


The Salesforce Platform is certified and secure - which means your data is safe. Let Rootstock & Salesforce handle the security of your data so you don't have to worry. Curious about the certifications of Salesforce & Rootstock? Find out more here.


As technology changes, so do your needs. You need an ERP system that can help you stay connected to your customers, respond quickly to demands, and manage your business from anywhere. ERP for Salesforce powered by Rootstock is your solution.


Too often software vendors create a product without YOU in mind, overloading it with features that make the product clunky and un-intuitive. Rootstock was built for you by industry experts - it includes everything you need to succeed in your business.


Cloud Computing is changing the face of software.


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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 ERP suite on the Platform. 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.

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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 ERP with traditional functionality and modern features.


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Post-Dreamforce Comments – “Get Ready for a Ride!”

erp4salesforce Oct 13, 2016 0 Comments

We hope that your Dreamforce visit was as successful and meaningful as ours. Rootstock CEO Pat Garrehy came away with the following thoughts.

It was a great Dreamforce! Within the past twelve months, the market has validated that Cloud ERP for Manufacturing and Distribution is the future and this Dreamforce, compared to prior ones, was just one more confirmation. This is much different than when we exhibited at Dreamforce in 2011 and 2012, when no one even thought about Cloud ERP on the Salesforce platform. dreamforce-1While at Dreamforce, we had meetings with a number of large companies that had mild to sincere interest in Rootstock because they are considering...

Needed – A Close Relationship between Manufacturing and Distribution ERPs

erp4salesforce Sep 15, 2016 0 Comments
If you’ve reviewed the September 9 (2016) feature of Manufacturing Business Technology, you probably saw the article with this heading by Rootstock CEO Pat Garrehy. More than once, an interviewer has asked Pat why Rootstock created both a manufacturing and a distribution version of their cloud ERP. Pat typically responds with a real world example. Consider a company that produces RFID readers. In its manufacturing process, it orders printed circuit boards from one vendor, LEDs from another vendor and plastic housing or steel housing from yet another vendor(s). The various RFID readers - some potted; some not, different colors, various read ranges - are then boxed, the boxes put into skids with shipping instructions applied and sent to the customer. This process is classic discrete manufacturing. For this function, the organization would select a READ MORE

How to Sell New Cloud ERP Systems to CFOs

erp4salesforce Aug 22, 2016 0 Comments
When hoping to move to a new manufacturing cloud ERP system, sooner or later, you will need to have a discussion with the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) or the person who acts as such for your company. The CFO's job is not to join in on your enthusiasm over all the terrific benefits that you plan to achieve with your cloud-based ERP system. That's not what CROs do. We need to understand that the CFO's role, with us and everyone else, is to turn down many proposals to assure that the few most important can thrive. Thus, the CFO asks the right questions to provide the rest of the C-suite with the correct risk/reward insights so that they know when to approve a suggestion or not. Since there are only so many resources in an organization, the CFO needs to assure that they are allocated properly.

What to Tell a CFO about Your Proposed ERP Manufacturing Software


The Oracle-NetSuite Acquisition – Good for Cloud ERP, Not So Good for Manufacturers

erp4salesforce Aug 15, 2016 0 Comments

And why Salesforce-Rootstock – Salesforce’s ecosystem is a better combination than Oracle-Netsuite!

Oracle’s recent acquisition of NetSuite is great news for cloud ERP, but may not be such great news for manufacturers. The NetSuite acquisition validates cloud ERP and helps to cement the technology as business critical, but both NetSuite and Oracle have platforms that have never been integrated, and NetSuite’s ecosystem is small and offers a limited number of solutions. Even if they can be integrated, the two systems cannot come close to the large number of products that are natively integrated on the Salesforce ecosystem and can provide a true, end-to-end cloud solution.

Oracle and NetSuite

After years of ignoring the cloud, Oracle is finally trying to expand into cloud services with the expectation that the extra sales will cover lost sales in its core...