Jeanne DeWitt: 5 Ways to Know If Your Business is Ready for An ERP Solution

Jeanne DeWitt, of Computer Programming Unlimited, talks about ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning software and how it’s not only for large companies anymore. Tune in to find out 5 ways to know if your business is ready for an ERP Solution.
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About Jeanne DeWitt

Jeanne DeWittJeanne DeWitt, host of IT Done Right, and David Hood, started Computer Programming Unlimited, Inc. in 1986 to solve computer problems for small and mid-sized businesses in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

Over the years, they have developed a unique company model making IT Hassle-Free and Budget Friendly, deviating from the typical “Break Fix” type computer company where it is standard to wait for something to break and then send out a technician to fix it, basically profiting from your IT failure.  Instead, they have made their success on preventing computer problems from ever happening, virtually eliminating downtime and lost productivity.  To do this they have invested in a myriad of tools, processes and certifications that allow them to provide you with affordable solutions and the type of care that Fortune 500 companies have internally.

Computer Programming Unlimited has expertise in many areas including Cloud Services, Backup and Disaster Recovery, Email and SPAM protection, Managed Firewalls, VoIP, Application and Database Development and Website Design.

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  1. Thank you for this informative episode! Whether or not my business is ready for an ERP solution is definitely outside of my scope of practice so being adequately informed of ways to streamline my business is extremely helpful. It is very interesting to learn about and become aware of business facets that may have an initial upfront cost or investment but save you money in the end. It goes back to understanding the concept of “working smarter, not harder.” I can absolutely see how ERP could save small and large businesses in the long run. Thank you again for the thorough yet easy to follow information!

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