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Why your ERP system doesn’t do rebate accounting

The Deal EconomyNovember 1, 2017

Many ERP systems already have a way of recording contract information and a vendor rebate module or elements of purchasing software that allow for rudimentary recording of rebates owed. But, after extensive research, we have found no ERP system provides ALL of the functionality that is typically required by companies who trade with complex rebate deals. 4% - the rebates companies typically find have gone unclaimed when they first implement DealTrack It’s interesting to examine the reasons our...

A three step approach to business growth through better rebate management

The Deal EconomyOctober 23, 2017

We've had great feedback from our recent webinar, so I wanted to share the content with those who didn't make it on the day. This blog provides a summary of the topics we discussed: the 7 key drivers for implementing a rebate management system our 3 step approach to growth through rebate management 8 reasons why rebates are missed how DealTrack supports supplier collaboration DealTrack functionality the benefits that companies have realised through working with Enable's experts and using DealT...

Profitable business growth for suppliers to the building industry

The Deal EconomyJuly 25, 2017

Profitability for suppliers to the building industry — including building materials, plumbing, HVAC and electrical distributors — is often very closely dependent on the amount of rebate they can negotiate and claim. No surprise then, that many businesses across this sector tell us that the sheer volume of categories and the complexity of rebate deals means that administering rebate claims is a mission critical element of their business. The rebate accounting function alone can make the differe...

Post merger — do you need a consolidated ERP system?

The Deal EconomyMay 22, 2017

How do you achieve a single ERP system across all businesses in a newly merged organisation? Is a single ERP even necessary? In a newly merged organisation where Oracle, JDE, SAP, Infor and other ERP systems co-exist, consolidation of up-to-the-minute, accurate information for purchasing poses a huge challenge. In a Bain report, they said that one of the reasons mergers and aquisitions fail is poorly managed systems integrations. Where the potential commercial benefit runs into millions, many c...

Due diligence pre-merger

The Deal EconomyMay 18, 2017

Merger and Acquisition (M&A) activity often starts well before the actual merger with a period of due diligence where the value of the acquisition is assessed. For businesses in the building materials, food, pharmaceuticals and other sectors who buy and sell finished goods, the driver is often increased buying power, and the imperative for due diligence is to clearly understand the value that new buying power could achieve. Carrying out that due diligence work demands extracts of purchase v...

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