Investment in flexible technologies and innovation which translates into a lower total cost of ownership

One of the many challenges facing fast-growth small to midsized enterprises (SMEs) is that the business software they use to reach their current stage of growth can’t always keep pace with their needs for tomorrow. While accounting applications like QuickBooks can support a business through the start-up phase of and beyond, it doesn’t necessarily ride with a business all the way to the top. To the credit of accounting software publishers, these applications do what they do well – primarily supporting primary small business accounting functionality.

The important caveat being that they don’t have much of a product roadmap to outline the development of new features needed to support your business growth into the future. Accounting applications publishers have the expectation that you’ll outgrow the solution and move to enterprise resource planning  software(ERP) sooner or later.

Scalable Business Management Solution with A Clear Roadmap

As a business grows, it’s beneficial to choose a scalable platform that’s able to come along for the rest of an SME’s journey. Scalability is one of the areas where ERPNext excels. And unlike some accounting application publishers on the market, it makes available a product roadmap for their flagship ERP solution – giving an overview of the solution today and insight into the planned innovations..

Preparing for the Journey Ahead

Through the CRM Software, users can learn about innovation across three timelines: recent innovations that describe features now available, planned innovations that describe short-to-midterm product releases, and product direction which provide long-term perspectives on high-level development plans informed by the requirements of business users.

Product Areas for Future Investment


  1. Global and Highly Scalable Real-Time ERP

Part of the  vision is to provide a highly competitive solution, attractive maintenance model, enhanced localizations, and continuous improvements;.

  1. Customer Value

If your current solution doesn’t place a high priority on customer value, then consider switching. Customer value is evident in their investment in flexible technologies and innovation which in turn translates into a lower total cost of ownership for users. Ultimately this supports faster adoption of world-class ERP for new business models, customer growth, and further product specialization to meet the needs of specific industry users.

  1. Easy Partner Co-Innovation

Flexibility has always been a hallmark of manufacturing software. Advanced developer experience on the service layer, including new design concepts, APIs, objects, and tools. No two businesses are alike so ERPNext has the tools available to be further customized to meet the needs of all businesses.



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