It takes strategy, a cohesive team and world-class ERP software to transform your business
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We help medium to large businesses optimise their operations with powerful ERP software solutions, based on industry-specific best practices implemented collaboratively using our agile Precision methodology.
We make it our business to understand yours, with your project and business goals guiding each stage of the process.
Solutions by Industry
With sophisticated functionality and intuitive interfaces, our manufacturing solutions are designed with best practices in mind...
We offer complete solutions for distribution businesses that have a trade counter presence in their warehouse...
Aged and Home Care
Powerful ERP software for independent living, residential aged care and/or community care...
ERP Project Success Framework
The Precise ERP SUCCESS Framework is an over-arching set of guiding principles, covering the essential components
required for a successful project. The ERP Success Framework goes beyond the implementation of the software
itself and the project team, to encompass all aspects of an ERP project and ensure relevant stakeholders,
resources and impacts are considered.
Why Choose Precise?
It takes strategy, a cohesive team and world-class ERP software to transform your business. You're in safe hands with Precise.
– Greg O'Loan, Regional Vice President, ANZ Epicor Software
Is Your Business ERP Ready?
Prepare your business for a successful Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project with our 12-step guide to success
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News and Events
What is ‘Procurement Thinking’?
Procurement thinking is a strategic approach to sourcing and procurement that focuses on the entire supply chain rather than just the purchasing process, discover more in this article.
What is ‘Procurement’ and How is it Different to ‘Purchasing’?
A better understanding of the differences between ‘Procurement’ and ‘Purchasing’ will make it clear that the two terms are not interchangeable. They are, however, differences that any organization operating in today’s business climate needs to know.
The New Aged Care Quarterly Reporting Doesn’t Have to be a Taxing Time
The deadline for aged care organisations to submit their first Quarterly Financial Report is fast approaching, and, if your organisation has chosen to manually collect the required information from multiple departments and meet the stringent reporting and record keeping obligations, you potentially have as many as 4 weeks of work ahead of you. There is however, a silver lining. You will also be collecting a swathe of information that will help you build a business case for investing in business improvement measures, or an ERP system.