JD Edwards Financial Management is the accounting component of Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne product line. JD Edwards Financial Management can serve businesses of any size. The system is horizontal; it is designed to serve the needs of a wide variety of vertical markets. JD Edwards Financial Management is scalable and can adapt as the user company grows.
by Sapphire Systems
SAP Business One is an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software suite which primarily serves small to medium-sized businesses with up to one hundred employees and less than $75 million in annual revenue. SAP Business One was originally developed by Israel-based TopManage Financial Systems, which was acquired by SAP in 2002. This move was a bold signal that SAP intends to serve businesses well downmarket and an acknowledgement that a new, specialized product was needed to address the requirements of those companies. SAP Business One has been well-received within the manufacturing, retail, service, and distribution industries, and can address other vertical market needs as well.
by DDI System
Inform ERP is a configurable application with industry-specific workflows for the JanSan, paper, packaging, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, fastener and industrial supply industries. Multi-location organizations and distributors with $5M+ sales succeed with on premise or hosted implementations.
Microsoft Dynamics GP is a financial accounting system for small to mid-sized businesses that has expanded to encompass a range of functionality increasingly consistent with a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite. The product has been extended by a large network of partners focused on a range of vertical markets. Microsoft Dynamics GP was originally developed by North Dakota-based Great Plains Software and was acquired by Microsoft in 2001. The latest version, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, was released in April 2010.
Fishbowl Inventory is designed for small to mid-sized companies looking for a complete inventory management system without replacing QuickBooks for accounting. We hear from lots of companies using a combination of QuickBooks and Excel who say they need a more robust solution but are not ready for an enterprise-level ERP system. These companies typically want a low-cost system that will not require them to replace QuickBooks. We recommend Fishbowl to these types of firms.