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The Economics of Best-of-Breed vs All-In-One Accounting Software

If you’re currently shopping for ERP software, you’re probably looking at some of the major players in this space — Sage Intacct, Oracle NetSuite, and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. As you research each of these applications further, you’ll discover many distinct differences between them, but one of the fundamental differences is the vendors’ decision to promote a best-of-breed or an all-in-one approach. Earlier, we outlined the differences between the two options. Here, we’ll discuss the economics associated with each, to help you make the best ERP decision for your organization.

Shopping for ERP? Are you being sold the sizzle or the steak?

Elmer Wheeler, a man who was once considered the greatest salesman in the world, coined the phrase, “Sell the sizzle, not the steak” in his 1937 bestselling book, Tested Sentences That Sell. We thought it might be interesting to apply Elmer’s thinking to the accounting ERP software buyer’s journey. As you shop for a new accounting or cloud ERP solution for your organization, are you being sold the sizzle or the steak?

Best-of-Breed vs All-In-One ERP Solutions: What’s the Difference and Why does it Matter?

“Although ERP vendors offer numerous enterprise applications and claim that their integrated system is a superior solution, all modules in an ERP system are rarely best-of-breed.”
Gartner Glossary

When you shop for a new ERP or financial management solution, you’ll quickly discover there are two opposing camps: best-of-breed and all-in-one. What do the terms really mean when applied to ERP and accounting software, and how should you go about choosing which option is best for your organization? In this first post in our series covering the topic, we offer an overview of each approach to help you begin to decide which camp to pitch your tent in.

5 Things Nobody Tells You about Accounting & ERP Software Implementations

In our continuing series that seeks to answer the burning question – “What does Sage Intacct cost?”, we highlighted myths and misconceptions surrounding Sage Intacct pricing, compared the cost of Sage Intacct to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, and compared the cost of Sage Intacct to Oracle NetSuite. Throughout the series, we worked to emphasize the importance of a proper, professional implementation of your accounting and ERP software, regardless of the product you ultimately choose.

Integrating Your Financial Systems To Avoid Errors And Unexpected Costs

Have you ever integrated financial systems at your business? Having a structure that is very well organized can help save you not only hours on bookkeeping but can also keep your companies financials organized. Even with integrating to a better structured accounting system there are several integration mistakes that can be made. Here are a few areas where integrating your financial systems can help you avoid financial mistakes.