The Idea Stage is all about conceptualizing your business and defining the market need. It’s generally pre-funding; the founder is typically bootstrapping the business by using personal investments.

The Angel and Pre-Seed funding rounds, which can typically range from $10,000-$500,000, go to founders for investment in exchange for equity in their companies—usually 5-10%—right at the early stages. Angel stage companies have a clearly thought out business plan, with a market opportunity.


No matter what industry your company operates in, it is facing competitive pressures like never before. Organizations no longer have the luxury of being able to spend years developing an effective business strategy, nor do they have the time and resources to waste on ineffective on-premise business systems that then fail to support it.

Fortunately, because of the growth of cloud computing and as-a-Service software, companies can now scale up rapidly, move quickly and mobilize a workforce like never before. A competitive threat or opportunity can come out of nowhere and the market disruption takes hold fast. This has been seen time and time again over the past decade— who still goes to Blockbuster to pick up a flm for the weekend?

This is why companies such as NetSuite, which provides a single version of the truth for businesses operating in the cloud, see their revenues grow, while the legacy players with their siloed on-premise applications are in decline.

The reality is that pre-Internet applications such as Microsoft Dynamics GP can no longer provide frms with the agility and insight they need to compete effectively.

Do I need a Financial System or an ERP?

Dealing with a common concern As the leading provider of a cloud solution, one of the most frequently asked issues is: "do I need this all-encompassing embedded system for my business (what we call ERP), or can I simply update my existing accounting system instead?" My simple response, always concise, is: 'It depends on the company’s business goal. Let's look at their corresponding features to fully understand the difference between the two and understand how we ended up binding the two words together. Financial System

Is My Business The Right Size for an ERP?

For a reason, ERP exists and you would be amazed how essential it can be to assist you to glide through the mid-sized business globe as you continue to grow. ERP – what's it all about? Enterprise. Resource. Planning. It's all in the name, three keywords that you should get acquainted with if you want to further advance your development. You've got Enterprise – that's your objectives, aspirations, projections. You want your company to be built. You've got business right now –but you want to push it, you want to grow it into more. The following term: Resource. To grow your business, you need resources. You need a powerful team.

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