Zumasys announced today that Corey Luckow has been appointed President, succeeding co-founder, Paul Giobbi, who has served in this role since the company’s inception in 2000. A 14-year veteran of Zumasys, Luckow will assume day-to-day management of the software company effective immediately.
If you could spend the rest of your life doing anything, what would it be? For those of us that have been working since we were kids or teens, it’s hard to imagine what life could be like doing something other than “business.” Of course, you can find plenty of satisfaction in work, but what about doing something that truly fills you up?
If you’ve decided you need better inventory and shop floor control than you’re getting with QuickBooks, you’re not alone.
In Part 3, you heard from Cathie McGuire, Application Architect of Rover Data Systems, about the purchasing capabilities of Rover and the benefits of leaving QuickBooks in the dust. In this piece, we’ll be honing in on one of the most important functions of Rover: Sales Analysis & CRM.
In Part 2, you heard from Vern Jorgensen, co-founder of Rover Data Systems, about the financial capabilities of Rover and the benefits of leaving QuickBooks in the dust. In this piece, we’ll be honing in on one of the most important functions of Rover: Purchasing and Forecasting.
In Part 1 of this blog series Ron Vogel wrote about how Rover can help ease your growing pains when transitioning from QuickBooks to a modern ERP. Ron focused primarily on the features of Rover that are geared towards shop-floor management. But Rover also provides enterprise-ready accounting to help your business grow.
Some of the trends we’ll discuss: ERPs are no longer just internal – more and more business ERP systems are connecting to the outside world through customer facing portals and other 3rd party API integrations. Remote access is king – if the pandemic taught us anything, having on-demand remote and mobile access, is now mission-critical.…
Our society values capitalism. We value productivity, and we tend to put successful entrepreneurs on a pedestal. We are in awe of people that exemplify the American ideal that if you work hard enough, you can achieve just about anything. However, with the Great Resignation and the mindfulness movement picking up speed, we are starting to see pushback against some of these ideals.
Zumasys is pleased to announce that it has acquired assets of PPI Information Systems, a PICK software house located in St. Louis, Missouri.
Zumasys recently helped a customer navigate through the Amazon direct fulfillment process, leveraging the power of open APIs and a customer’s PICK MultiValue application.