The current economy and the rapid evolution of e-commerce have constrained the companies to change in order to better respond to customers’ expectations and to offer them the most pleasant experience regardless of the chosen channel. A successful business has to use all the available channels to reach the customer and to keep track with any innovation in this field, even if these succeed in such a fast pace.
Even since its beginning, e-commerce has transformed the way stores sell their products and how buyers buy them. Let’s consider the following figures:
– in 2014, the domestic online retail has exceeded 1 billion Euro, compared to 600 million in 2013 (as GPeC has estimated)
according to the last census, Romania has a population of 19,7 million inhabitants of which over 10 million are Internet users
Romania currently has over 5000 online stores (and their number is constantly growing)
If cloud architecture were a human being, then it would be in its teens. Companies are still undecided about migrating to the cloud, because the cloud security related opinions are very divided, making cloud’s image quite insecure. Consciously or not, we all use (more or less) cloud services. Only when it comes to sending sensitive data in the cloud, we begin to question their safety.
We will try to dispel myths about the lack of security in the cloud. This technology is safe and reliable. Cloud remains the safest data storage. Let’s see why!
An integrated system that manages all processes in the organization, a user-friendly interface and specific functionalities for Transilana’s activity led the company to choose SocratePlus ERP in 1997, being among the first companies to implement our system. 18 years later, Transilana successfully uses the same system.
Transilana grew year by year and so did the modules and functionalities (in number and complexity). Currently, Transilana uses all the available modules in SocratePlus ERP: Purchasing, Inventory, Sales, Finance and Accounting, Fixed Assets, Payroll and the more recently implemented module – Manufacturing.