You probably already know the benefits of utilizing a managed service provider (MSP) to manage your IT infrastructure. But that’s only half the story – your IT department still has to devote time and resources to monitoring and maintaining the business applications that run on it. Combining the management of your IT system AND the enterprise software that runs on it with a single managed service provider can make your entire IT system more effective and efficient and reducing downtime – saving you time and money.
In this Winter 2013 edition of PSGI's Newsletter:
A new study published by Aberdeen Group in September details significant benefits for those that move to Third Party ERP Support services such as those provided by Precision Solutions Group. The article corroborates the benefits PSGi customers have achieved for years:
- New PSGi Customers Look to Extract More Value from their PRISM and PRMS Applications
- New PRISM Customer Rapid Implementation
- PSGi Supports additional IBM i enterprise applications
- 2012 PRISM User Group Meeting just around the corner
Precision Solutions Group is pleased to announce several companies have joined our community of IBM i enterprise application users seeking to get more value from their ERP applications. We welcome Heyco Products, Nacco Material Handling Group, H.B. Fuller and a leading, global pharmaceuticals company to our growing list of satisfied customers.
Tags: Business Process Optimization, Maximize ERP Investment, Extending ERP System Life, Enterprise Application Services, Enterprise Application Support, PRISM Enhancments, IBM i Platform, PRISM Support, PRISM User Group, PRISM Meeting, PRMS Support
Olin Thompson recently wrote an article entitled "Legacy Systems: Weighing the Costs, Benefits and Risks" for Food Engineering magazine. In the article Olin discusses legacy systems replacement versus renovation. He begins the article by saying in the Food and Beverage Industry these systems are often "those that work" and goes onto to discuss pros and cons for these two approaches. Here are a few several points of the article: