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Triumph ERP supports thriving WA business despite troubled economy

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Western Australian owned and operated business, Kirby Marine, is traversing the challenging economic climate and is currently experiencing a boom, contrary to many other businesses in WA.

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Now is the Time to Finance Your ERP Software Investment!

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Here are 8 reasons why finance is a great option for your investment in new ERP software!

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Triumph ERP Connecting Businesses Around the Globe

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Triumph ERP has a reputation of being an advanced and versatile software solution for modern businesses. Triumph Client EastWest Steel Trading and Distribution is an excellent example of this.

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Triumph ERP Blog

Welcome to Triumph Business System's company blog! Here you will find valuable articles about Triumph, business management software, industry news and other related topics.

5 Reasons to integrate your website with your accounting software

5 Reasons to integrate your website with your accounting software
  For small e-commerce sites with limited customer bases, you may find that your shopping cart software provides most of the services necessary for the smooth running of your business. If you do run accountancy software, it may be possible for you or your employees to manually input details of orders and revenues. However, most successful businesses will find that maintaining several different pieces of software can be extremely inefficient and businesses need to know that there are better options out there. E-commerce experts, Web Ninja, have come up with 5 reasons why you should integrate your website with your accounting...
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Top 10 Tips for Setting up an Online Store – Part Two

Top 10 Tips for Setting up an Online Store – Part Two
In this post we continue our discussion with the final five top tips on setting up an online store from the e-commerce experts at Web Ninja. To read Part One of this article click here. 6 – Your customers experience is the most important thing Think about your customer’s usability when working with your designer. There are certain web layouts that designers use because they are tried and proven. A customer is more likely to buy from your site if your products are easy to find, don’t require a lot of steps to purchase and is basically easy to use. Whilst...
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Danni Smart
Hi Fred, No worries - just go to our main blog page at http://www.triumph.com.au/index.php/blog and it should be the second link ... Read More
Monday, 14 April 2014 08:35
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Top 10 Tips for Setting up an Online Store – Part One

Top 10 Tips for Setting up an Online Store – Part One
Ecommerce is growing at a rapid rate with many traditional (bricks and mortar) retailers moving into the ‘new way of doing things’ and new online stores and retailers popping up every day. Whilst there are certainly many options to set up an online store, with all offering different features and options, it is important to ascertain what you want to accomplish before you consider anything else.Ecommerce experts, Web Ninja, outline the thought process you should consider adopting when setting up an online store. 1 – Getting Started Deciding what and to who you want to sell will dictate the direction of...
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8 Tips to Ensure a Smooth Go-live Implementation Date

8 Tips to Ensure a Smooth Go-live Implementation Date
  This is the fifth and final article in our Software Implementation series written by software specialist, Colin Atkinson from CA Management Services. In this article Colin provides a detailed step-by-step process of how to handle the go-live date and following days/months of the implementation, and also gives some handy tips to ensure everything runs smoothly.   The key to the go-live date is the take-up of the outstanding balances and completing this so that the staff can begin work. The master files have already been successfully brought over in the initial phase of the setup, as discussed in our recent...
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Top Tips on Training Staff in New Business Software

Top Tips on Training Staff in New Business Software
  In the fourth article in our Software Implementation series, Colin Atkinson, accounting software specialist and Director of CA Management Services, shares his knowledge and experience with training and user testing, and suggests some good approaches and offers handy tips. Teaching staff how to operate most modern software is usually very simple. Business management and accounting software has become very user-friendly and most of the time you are just moving from one similar environment to another. The main challenge with this step of the implementation process is the training required to follow the business’ specific internal procedures and managing resistance to...
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Danni Smart
Thanks for the feedback, Lynne - all great points! Regards, Danni - Social Media Coordinator
Friday, 07 March 2014 12:09
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