More and more businesspeople think that company management is a worn-out idea. For managers, it plays the role of a “necessary evil” because existing systems can rarely guarantee a simple, understandable overview that shows the complexity and reality of a field’s important data. Moreover, a company management system possibly involves significant expenses that only large companies, primarily multinationals, can afford.


Company management, however, is not a privilege that depends on company size. In fact, SMEs often need company management even more because, in many cases, their decision-makers must make decisions, often alone or with the input of just a few, that influence the future of the entire company. Most companies must be aware of critical information: cash-flow position, up-to-date knowledge of financial matters, trade intensity, and inventory. The idea of company management being an expensive undertaking came from real experience, since the costly conventional solutions were indeed developed for larger companies. However, like other segments, this field has also witnessed the increasing importance of SMEs, small businesses, and start-ups; therefore, these firms also need suitable solutions. Nowadays, two extreme points exist in the company management market: either large, expensive systems or simple, pre-packaged, standard software developed for a special area that cannot accommodate unique needs (e.g., accounting systems, stock list systems, CRM, etc.). Nevertheless, an entirely new sophistication is taking shape that combines the advantages of the two extreme points; namely, modules of the large company systems are combined with cost-effective packaged systems, which are then adjusted to the employer’s business. These solutions are increasingly popular for the SMEs.


COMPANY OPERATION MANAGEMENT presents this unique solution developed to improve the future of its partners.