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Payroll Software vs. HRIS vs. ERP vs. HCM: Which Software Is Right for You?

There are more HR software solutions on the market than ever before, which makes choosing between them difficult. Will a standalone payroll software suffice, or should you opt for HRIS software instead? Would HCM’s more comprehensive features be a better fit for your company than HRIS? Is ERP software too . . . Read more

Rimini Street is Challenging ERP Software Business Models in Australia

Image: Adobe/Hengki Image: Seth Ravin Rimini Street reported revenue for 2023’s third quarter at US $107.5 million (AU $163 million), up 5.4% on the same period last year. The result, according to CEO Seth Ravin, showed it is moving towards a goal of becoming a US $1 billion (AU $1.5 . . . Read more

How to Integrate Tax Compliance Apps with Netsuite

Discover the step-by-step process and benefits of integrating tax compliance apps with Netsuite in this comprehensive guide. Oracle NetSuite is an enterprise resource planning solution that consolidates your business’s most essential financial processes on one integrated platform. Its thorough automations, customizability and expansive financial features make NetSuite one of the . . . Read more

Oracle NetSuite Review (2023): Features, Pricing and More

Oracle NetSuite’s fast facts Pricing: Custom Key features: Full-featured accounting module. Compatibility with payroll, CRM, HR and other ERP modules. Strong workflow automation features. Oracle NetSuite offers feature-rich, well-rounded ERP software. It brands itself as an all-in-one business management tool, with modules for taking care of accounting, inventory, supply chains, . . . Read more

Sage vs. SAP (2023): Which Is Best for Your Business?

Both Sage and SAP offer human capital management (HCM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for businesses looking to manage a large workforce. While Sage and SAP do offer many of the same features, they don’t completely overlap. Sage and SAP are designed with different size businesses in mind: Sage . . . Read more