More and more companies and consumers are turning to ‘the cloud’ for off site backup of data, documents, photos and music. Thanks to the cloud, the dream of a paperless of office for some is now a reality.
And thanks to SOFTWARE ON DEMAND, many new businesses are up and running in literally hours with very little capital outlay.
Yet some remain skpetical.
The former President of Google Enterprise has written a candid assessment of the pros and cons of the cloud, and you can read his article by clicking the link below to visit the GIGAOM website.
For more information about how cloud technology can benefit your buisness, call Prospettiva on 0845 257 6001 or click here
If you have multiple companies (databases) in SAP Business One and have to regularly post transactions between each company, then you’ll appreciate just how time-consuming this job can be but not anymore.
Now, SAP has released an extremely popular add-on feature that will enable you to post transactions quickly, efficiently and without the need to rekey information multiple times.
- Multi Instance Support
The intercompany integration solution supports SAP Business One companies located across multiple physical servers / geographies, as well as deployments on a single machine.
- Multi Currency Support
The intercompany integration solution supports intercompany transactions in local and foreign currencies.
- Master Data Replication
The intercompany integration solution supports the replication of essential Master Data between companies. In the case of the Item Master Data, Business Partner Master Data, Bill of Materials and Price List masters, the user can choose which specific records are to be shared between companies.
- Consolidated Credit Limit Check
The intercompany integration solution feature will allow the user to restrict the creation of sales document for customers and prompt a warning message based on the consolidated credit limit and consolidated account balance.
- Marketing Document Exchange
The intercompany integration solution allows exchange of reciprocal marketing documents among branch companies, saving time and increasing efficiency throughout the organization as redundant data entries are eliminated.
- G/L Allocations
The intercompany integration solution allows allocations of Incomes and Expenses across branch companies.
- A/P Service Invoice Allocations
Similar to the G/L Allocations feature, this feature allows allocations of expenses booked through A/P Service Invoices across branch companies.
- Centralized Payments
The intercompany integration solution allows the delegation of vendor invoices for payment to another branch company, allowing for centralized payment processing to external vendors.
- And more…
This new product is already attracting a lot of attention, and for very good reason.
If you would like to know more about this time-saving feature or would like to arrange a web demo to see the product in action, call 0845 257 6001 or click here to send a message.
After decades of implementing business software solutions, CGA Enterprise Solutions Ltd has evolved and has now become Prospettiva Ltd with a new streamlined portfolio which includes a series of cloud and hosting solutions aimed at start-up businesses with a limited budget and established businesses looking to cut IT costs.
Managing Director and CEO, Tony Marturano and Technical Director, Tristan Hore, revealed the new brand on Saturday 30th June at an exclusive black tie gala attended by over 50 guests made up of family, friends and customers, some of whom have been CGA customers for nearly 20 years.
During a spectacular presentation featuring Hollywood trailer style imagery and music, Mr Marturano stated, “Our strategy is not to simply chase down new business but to look closer to home, by that I mean taking care of our existing customers.” He then went on to cite Prospettiva’s core values; Professionalism; at all times, proficiency; being at the forefront of technological changes, proactivity; with proactive maintenance health checks as standard across all new comprehensive maintenance plans, and a focus on achieving 100% referenceability from its customers.
During his speech, Mr Marturano also paid tribute to former Managing Director, Paul Martin, and Technical Director, Andrew Brooker, saying that each in their own way had been an inspiration to him over the past 17 years.
Mr Martin stepped down as Managing Director of CGA Enterprise Solutions 6 months ago as part of a planned succession strategy initiated by him back in 2011. Mr Martin, who attended Saturday night’s gala along with the former Technical Director, said “It’s fitting that CGA Enterprise Solutions should cease to exist just days before I assume my new role at SAP UK. I’m comforted by the fact that, with Tony, whom I consider to be a good friend, I’m leaving the business in capable hands. And I’m glad that, by working at SAP, I’ll be able to keep in regular contact with Tony and the team. “
Prospettiva is a cloud enabled /paperless company and has been for the past 6 months. “When we recommend a product, where possible, we want it to be because we’ve already tried and tested it,” said Mr Marturano.
With the launch of Prospettiva, it was necessary to change some contact details. Links have been published below and all business partners are asked to please update their records, effective immediately as trading under the new brand name commenced on the 1st July 2012.
CUSTOMERS, please click here.
SUPPLIERS, please click here.
If you have any questions regarding the content of this post, please call Prospettiva on 0845 257 6001 or click here.
CGA Enterprise Solutions is evolving in just 3 weeks!
After nearly 3 decades of implementing and maintaining business software solutions for hundreds of customers, CGA Enterprise Solutions is evolving with a new look and brand name.
This momentous occasion will be celebrated at a special black tie gala scheduled to take place on the 30th June 2012 at which new Managing Director, Tony Marturano, and Technical Director, Tristan Hore, will be joined by family, friends and a selection VIPs to unveil the new brand.
The evening will feature entertainment, some surprises and, of course, a special presentation by the new owners who acquired the company in January 2012 as part of a planned succession agreement with former Managing Director, Paul Martin.
“I’ve worked for CGA Enterprise Solutions for nearly two decades and the simple fact that I’ve been here this long is testament to what a great company it is. However, much has changed over the years, like many companies, we’ve evolved. At the heart of what we do is to consult and understand our customer’s business so we can better advise and recommend solutions to streamline operations, reduce overheads and, most importantly, give them a comprehensive view over their organisation, enabling them to offer a better service to their customers and ultimately stay ahead of their competitors. Well, guess what, we’re a business too and I don’t think there’s ever been a better time to turn the spotlight on ourselves. This rebrand not only reflects our introspection but also our evolution as a leading business, and now, cloud solutions specialists. Many companies are still navigating those proverbial choppy economic waters, but we’re in this together, and I’m really proud of the fact and honoured that, as a company, we’re able to help our customers make a difference to their business. Our new brand will reflect this,” said Managing Director, Tony Marturano.
CGA Enterprise Solutions will trade under its new brand name from the 1st July 2012. It’s new portfolio will include a range of cloud solutions that will enable start-up businesses to implement a fully comprehensive IT infrastructure at just the fraction of the cost of current on premise solutions whilst enabling establishing businesses to shave thousands off their annual IT costs.
To find out more about CGA Enterprise Solutions’ evolution, its new focus on customer care or any of the subjects mentioned in this post, please contact the customer care team on 0845 257 6001 or click here.
The BBC has written about how small to medium sized businesses can be left ‘all at sea’ when it comes to IT. It’s all well and good wanting to stay abreast of the latest technology but when is it right to review your IT infrastructure and when is enough enough?
The BBC article talks about how some businesses suffer from ‘Shiny Object Syndrome’, that is the drive to keep up with the latest technological advancements but not necessarily having the resources to host and administer these.
At CGA Enterprise Solutions, we can help you navigate even the most choppiest of IT dilemmas with objective, impartial advice.
If you’re thinking that your IT infrastructure needs an overhaul or your business software needs an upgrade, then talk to us first. Chances are you may need that upgrade but you may not need to spend a fortune doing so.
Give us a call on 0845 2576001 or click here.
To read the BBC article , click here.