RM Foods is a California-based food and beverage manufacture that has been around for nearly a half-century. With 300 employees, multiple locations and up to 20 products in production at once, the company was struggling for a while to manage its data.
Recently, however, RM Foods turned to Sage ERP X3, and its business management has improved significantly.
“We were limping along before,” said Michael Siegmund, president of RM Foods. “Now we are able to leverage our production data to our advantage. We are using automated notifications, queries and both standard and custom reports to deliver real-time data to those who need it.”
Through Sage ERP X3, the manufacturing firm has achieved better visibility and accuracy with regard to its data and has been able to up its profits as a result.
But RM Foods is far from the only company to see better results after implementing the software. Global technology research and advisory services firm Nucleus Research recently named Sage ERP X3 one of the world’s leading business management solutions for mid-sized companies.
“This recognition in the Nucleus Research Technology Value Matrix is a testament to our focus on the user experience and giving businesses greater freedom to succeed,” said Joe Langner, executive vice president of midmarket solutions at Sage North America.
Among the top benefits of Sage ERP X3 is how easily the software can be integrated with other solutions. Gabriel Gheorghiu, principal analyst at Nucleus Research, complimented its “better research capabilities and extended cloud applications.” Sage ERP X3′s cloud computing features are especially beneficial because they allow for the possibility of hybrid strategies, which are popular among small and medium-sized businesses.
Nucleus Research judged these products on factors like end-user experience, functionality and the ability to achieve maximum value and a return on investment.