Why is HR System Important?

Posted on March 13, 2020
Category: HCM
HR System is important because human resources management is never an easy job. It is complicated. From hiring, maintenance of employee data to intranet portals, as well as employee self-service and manager self-service, you really need an HR System to conduct the management. A company needs to know on a cost level how many employees they have and the related costing, along with turnover rates and analytics to help them make decisions and understand the essential talent

What is HR System?

Posted on March 11, 2020
Category: HCM
HR System is designed for human capital management which is the comprehensive set of practices for recruiting, managing, developing and optimizing the human resources of an organization. HR systems are sold either as components of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems or as separate products that are typically integrated with ERP. In these few years, on-premises HR System has been superseded by software as a service (SaaS) as the preferred deployment option. The functions of HR System are generally organized as the core

Is POS Only for Large Enterprises?

Posted on March 6, 2020
Category: POS
No, POS is not only for large enterprises. Nowadays, all kinds of businesses including e-commerce are increasingly adopting POS systems. No matter what size your company is, with a POS just like hiring a multi-tasking employee to effectively solve the shortage of manpower problem. It helps companies reduce operating costs, increase competitiveness and increase turnover as all promotion performance can be checked and each transaction can be tracked by POS. At the same time, it
Not only your business. Every business, no matter you are in Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam or any other countries, owns her uniqueness. In the past, standardized POS systems did have the notorious pitfall of expensive customization fee and lengthy localization process. However, it is no more a problem for POS under M18 ERP. Hong Kong, hosting one of the largest MNC headquarters community in the world, nurtures Multiable as an POS system vendor with global

Why is POS Important?

Posted on February 28, 2020
Category: POS
Multiable POS helps you drive ongoing loyalty and business growth in a well-organized but easy way. Its unique function can manage online store, sales, purchasing, accounting, warehouse, retail, production and logistics. You can check the stock or financial status online at any time. As O2O is the future development of the retail industry, combining online store and retail shop by POS is a necessary action to manage general businesses and handle day-to-day operations. At the

What is Point of Sale (POS)?

Posted on February 26, 2020
Category: POS
POS is a system allows the processing and recording of transactions between a company and their consumers, at the time in which goods and/or services are purchased. While adopting POS, you can simplify retail operations, gain tighter control over inventory and put the customer at the center before making every decision which is also the most important purpose. At Multiable POS, selling prices are linked to the product code of an item when adding stock,

Multiable M18 ERP

Posted on February 21, 2020
Category: ERP, Resource
Multiable, headquartered at Hong Kong, is well known in the ERP market for over 20 years. The latest product is M18 v3.0. Multiable M18 ERP eases the pain of enterprises by doing more with fewer programmers. From adding a table in existing UI, to building your own UI with custom logic from scratch, UDF Editor can help you finish your work with minimal coding. It is fully configurable and includes real-time ERP, Big Data analytics, and a gateway to the Internet of
You are not alone. Every business, no matter you are in China, Singapore, Vietnam or any other countries, possesses her own uniqueness. In the old days, standardized ERP systems did have the notorious pitfall of expensive customization fee and lengthy localization process. However, it is no more a problem for M18 ERP. Hong Kong, hosting one of the largest MNC headquarters community in the world, nurtures Multiable as an ERP system vendor with global vision. M18 ERP is widely adopted in

We are not a large enterprise, do we still need ERP?

Posted on February 13, 2020
Category: ERP, HCM, Resource
Yes, you do need ERP. In fact, many small business or midsize companies (SMB) are drowning in spreadsheets, manual processes, and bad information from disparate solutions, so obviously not only large global enterprises need ERP. In this fast-moving world, accuracy and efficiency are very important for business and an ERP system is a reliable solution. Since different companies have different requirements for ERP systems, and new demands always appear during the business expansion process, therefore in the past you may need

Is ERP Important for Business?

Posted on February 12, 2020
Category: ERP, Resource
Yes, absolutely, ERP is important for business. An ERP system has a database on its back so that every staff can share a single source of truth in daily operation by using enterprise resource planning applications built inside. It helps you eliminate information silos between departments. The system can automate your core business processes and accomplish a consistent management. ERP helps you ensure regulatory compliance, reduce risk, fast-track reporting …etc. Multiable ERP will be your excellent control model in fulfilling the innovation and development

What is ERP?

Posted on February 7, 2020
Category: ERP
Enterprise Resource Planning is a software system providing solutions on all core processes which is essential to run a company, such as finance, HR, manufacturing, supply chain, services, procurement, and others. A good ERP system should contain powerful functions but easy to use. Multiable ERP, a Hong Kong brand, is professional on this category. We provide visibility, analytics, and efficiency across every operation procedure. Through the latest technologies, Multiable ERP facilitates the flow of real-time
To implement the full potential of business intelligence and take its value to the next level in your business, you need a solid understanding of where you are, what you want to achieve, and what’s possible. From generating reports and charts that depict business performance, to implementing a truly transformative solution that uses powerful advanced analytics, to predicting behaviors and outcomes, business intelligence can be a strategic weapon that significantly impacts your bottom line. An

What Time to Use a Cloud ERP System

Posted on January 31, 2020
Category: ERP
1. Outdated Technology Updating an older system to modern requirements and new hardware needs can be an expensive and time-consuming project that only delivers short-term benefits. If the underlying software and database infrastructures have aged past support dates and the system’s growth capability is limited, it’s time for a cloud ERP system. The older an ERP system is, the higher the current maintenance and future upgrade costs will be. Moore’s Law, which predicts the systematic

8 Methods AI Improves ERP Software

Posted on January 29, 2020
Category: ERP
1. Prediction AI-driven solutions can process historical data from ERP software and make predictions for the future. These tools identify seasonal patterns in your business, offering suggestions on whether you should decrease or increase production. Not only does AI reduce the costs of forecasting, but it also makes forecasting much more accurate. You can significantly reduce the risk of underproduction or overproduction when you manufacture the right amount of inventory. 2. Analytics Artificial intelligence’s ability
Data Quality Control The two most common data challenges an organization faces when implementing a new ERP system is replacing legacy data and consolidating separate solutions. First, the business should decide on what type of data needs to be collected for operations and business processes. The second step is to have the business clear any inaccurate or duplicate data sets in the previous system. Make sure you have someone, whether it be a vendor or