BizSlate's SaaS ERP System Enables Small Businesses to Improve Supply Chain and Operational Efficiency
FREMONT, CA: BizSlate, a software company providing cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, announces general availability of its cloud-based SaaS business management solution for small- and medium-sized distribution and manufacturing businesses to help improve relationships between customers, orders, and inventory.
By blending enterprise capabilities with ease-of-use, affordability, and mobility, BizSlate's Software-as-a-Service ERP (SaaS ERP) significantly improves supply chain and operational efficiency for small businesses (SMBs) , and enables users to access key information for quick and important decisions, whether in the office or traveling abroad.
The key features of BizSlate’s SaaS ERP include: unlimited U.S. based customer support at no additional cost; managing product to reduce inventory costs and improve inventory accuracy; providing full-featured operational capabilities at a fraction of the cost of traditional software; simple user interface; real-time integration with QuickBooks and other financial applications for financial reporting purposes; and commercial-grade security and reliability.
“In today’s global, omni-channel marketplace, small businesses need the enterprise tools of larger businesses in order to compete, but without the cost and complexity. We are passionate about helping small businesses with the solution they’ve needed for far too long but haven’t had available to them,” says Marc Kalman, CEO and founder, BizSlate.
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