Small to Medium Business Management
Know your business
Get an integrated, accurate overview of your business. This solution manages all operational aspects of your business.
Medium to Large Business Management
Manage your business
Gain insight into your business and harness the power of a well-managed customer life cycle and enjoy efficient processing and more.
Medium to Enterprise Business Management
Manage and grow your business
This solution is designed for the larger business that operates in the mid-market and
Customer Relationship Management
Understand your customers
Increase productivity and gain visibility for better business decision-making. This solution is affordable, easy to use and scalable.
Human Resources Management
Run your company smoothly
Empower your HR managers to achieve better efficiency and control over the cost of your workforce.
Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning
Access from anywhere
This means that real work can be performed using any device without learning a new user interface or experienced reduced functionality.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does BMS stand for?
Business Management Software
Business Management software integrated management of core business processes, often in real-time and mediated by software and technology.
What is the difference between ERP and BMS?
There are no difference, Business management system (BMS), sometimes referred to as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution.
What is ERP Software?
Enterprise resource planning is the integrated management of core business processes, often in real-time and mediated by software and technology
What is the difference between Hosted and On-premise Solutions?
When it comes to online systems or solutions, majority of the time they have an SQL database. The database can be accessed from different applications to cater to different user groups within an organisation. It is then installed on the customer’s premises on a server that gets managed by their internal IT team, referred to as an on-premise model. The IT team will manage the hardware by performing tasks such as backing up the database and upgrading applications as per the organisational data management strategy.
As an alternative, the customer can opt to host their SQL database at a data centre managed by an external third party. The customer still maintains ownership of the database, but the data centre manages the hardware. As an option, the customer can choose to manage their application updates internally.
Do you have a manufacturing ERP system?
Yes – Satisfy all your manufacturing requirements, fully accommodate your business processes and efficiently manage your operations with Sage Manufacturing Software. Enable an efficient manufacturing operation flow covering material purchase, processing manufacturing orders, work in progress, routing cost calculation, material consumption, material scrap / item substitution and order closeout.
Automating your manufacturing processes in a simple and practical way will help your business gain significant competitive advantages and minimise costs and risks associated with high inventory levels. Use Sage Manufacturing software to rise to the challenges of a constantly evolving industry, with fast moving technical changes and stay competitive. Collaborate to plan and optimise all the components of your supply chain. Differentiate your company from the rest by reducing lead times to win new business and justify higher margins, while improving customer satisfaction. Sage Manufacturing software is designed for discrete manufacturing enterprises.
Do you have a Retail Solution including Point of Sale?
Yes InfoCentral’s point of sale solution, InfoPOS provides a server-based solution designed to help owners and employees of multiple stores take control of their omnichannel retail operations from a central location. InfoPOS integrates with Sage to offer an enterprise-level retail solution.
What is the difference between Hosted and Cloud Solutions?
The customer can decide to host their SQL database at a data centre which is managed externally. The customer has ownership of the database, but the data centre manages the hardware. The customer can then opt to manage their application updates internally.
Another option would be that the vendor hosts the database in their own data centre. As a result, the vendor is liable for managing the hardware, database, and application updates, which the customer has no access to. In some instances, cloud solutions manage several customers on a single database, known as a multi-tenant solution. This approach provides scalability for the vendor as the upgrades to the database only need to be performed once. In the case that the customer terminates their subscription to the application, the vendor can give the data on the database to the customer in the form of data extracts. However, this makes changing to a different service provider challenging.