Adaptive Planning recently received the top rating for customer experience in a Forrester Research study on financial performance management platforms, standing out above its competitors in the field of budgeting and forecasting software.
The minimal capital expense and rapid implementation associated with Adaptive Planning may be too attractive for companies to pass up when it comes time to reevaluate their financial management solutions.
Adaptive Planning's progressive reputation was confirmed and rewarded once again this summer as the cloud financial software innovator was awarded the Horngren Visionary Award courtesy of the Beyond Budgeting Roundtable.
Before they find themselves trying to fit square pegs in round holes after a project turns sour, companies need to exercise greater caution from the start to ensure that cloud ERP software can - and will continue to - facilitate ever-evolving business processes
Manufacturing firms - and small-to-midsize businesses in general - have been the earliest advocates for cloud ERP software, but industry observers suspect these agile platforms are set to expand their reach into entirely new arenas in the coming quarters.
Corporate performance management applications like Adaptive Planning have been highly prized for their ability to cut through the clutter and summon key insights to the surface, but even among its peers the brand commands unique respect.
While e-commerce has significantly lowered the barriers to entry for startups trying to catch lightning in a bottle, those trying to sustain themselves in the marketplace will want small business ERP software tuned to support their web-based pedigree.