The Flesh Co. of St. Louis, and Parsons, KS, has selected EPMS’ Enterprise platform to replace its existing MIS system. "The user interface is easy to understand and it has not taken long for our users to become familiar with it and maneuver around in the application modules," said Steve Meyer, special projects manager at The Flesh Co.
I’m no longer surprised when I hear that the $60,000 MIS program a company bought months, even years, ago has been only partially implemented—the cause of much of its ongoing operational problems. So, why DO companies buy expensive programs and not use them to their full power?
Enterprise Print Management Solutions (EPMS) announced today a newly developed customer survey process with Survey Advantage.
xpedx and Enterprise Print Management Solutions (EPMS) have developed the first-ever integration of real-time paper inventory and customer pricing in a print management system
Advocating for the use of a computerized management information system can have the feel of preaching to the converted. The true believers have already invested the money and resources to implement a system, gotten staff buy-in, and they routinely act on the data collected. There are less ardent converts, though, who have only implemented select components of an integrated MIS or are so focused on day-to-day operations that they can’t capitalize on the business information being gathered. There are also those shops not actively using an MIS solution for various reasons, a key one being the investment involved. Today’s business demands are causing