Welcome to Sabre Limited. Our business is all about helping and consulting with manufacturing firms to improve their organizations through better technology. We sell the Microsoft Dynamics product line, specializing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. We have been implementing ERP in the manufacturing space in South Western Ontario since 1998, when we began helping companies with failed implementations of Visual Manufacturing ERP. Since then we have become experts with the Dynamics line, continuing to help struggling companies with their software.
You will find our latest blog postings below, news articles and reposts from interesting sources as well as links to Video we found relevant to ERP and Sabre. We hope you enjoy.
What is your perception of what CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software can do for your business? Many people think it is just a contact management system. Or, that it is just used by the Sales Department to track sales cycles. Yes it can do those things but so much more.
CRM provides you with a complete view of your customer and all interactions (calls, faxes, letters, emails, marketing literature, confirmations, quotes/estimates, orders, billing, payments, credits, returns, complaints, and testimonials) from prospecting through estimating, product design, delivery, and support.
Sabre recently added a new junior analyst to our team, John. John was present today in a presentation of some manufacturing processes in Microsoft Dynamics NAV (in particular, he was witness to an implementation training session of the ETO module we've developed for the ERP).
In my years of working with companies looking for ERP products I have found that some embrace the idea of going paperless while others will not even consider it. It is good that you can implement a good ERP and CRM package in a manner to be either paperless or not or a combination of the two.
Let’s look at the ways that you can put a paperless methodology in place with the proper ERP and CRM package:
This is an overview and idea generator to help you calculate the Return on Investment (ROI) of purchasing and implementing a manufacturing ERP Software.
There are many aspects you should be addressing. Here are a few to consider. I will go into more detail on each on a future post.
1. How do you manage your quoting/estimates? Does paper move from department to department to get all the costs put together? How quickly can you get an accurate quote out the door? What is the cost of taking too long or having errors? A good ERP can ensure that all the departments are working together in real time to ensure an accurate quote is prepared in quick time.
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