[Vlog] Transition challenges from manual tracking to jewelry software automation

jewelry transition challengesSmaller jewelry businesses usually use different manual tools for tracking their processes: excel sheets, Google sheets, various documents, sometimes even pen and paper. As long as there is not a large amount of data that needs to be copied across these sheets and kept updated, this is fine and is (for the most part) convenient and cost-effective.


PIRO jewelry software: keeping our eye on the jewelry industry's future

PIRO jewelry softwareWe just came back from the JCK show in Las Vegas. It was interesting to hear the opinions of other exhibitors regarding the future of this and other similar jewelry shows: many of them mentioned that the number of visitors is less and less each year. It is not surprising that several exhibitors started to question their presence on these shows.


Jewelry ERP – how fast will you achieve the Return on Investment (ROI)?


Jewelry software ROISoftware implementation researches showed that price is amongst the top five deciding factors when companies choose an ERP software (it's the number 1 factor in the case of first-time buyers and number 5 for second-time buyers). That's completely understandable as companies are worried about the ROI.

But what the ROI means when implementing an advanced jewelry ERP software?


What is the difference between a generic ERP and a jewelry ERP?

jewelry ERPAs I mentioned in our previous post the jewelry industry was lack of an industry-specific software in the recent past. Those jewelry companies who felt a need implementing some kind of solution to automate some part of their business processes had no other choice than using different systems for inventory tracking, customer tracking or production tracking.


Jewelry management software – your digital employee

Jewelry management softwareWhile two decades ago an ERP system was mainly available for bigger enterprises, but today an increasing number of smaller companies are using ERPs. In fact, there is a wide variety of viable options for different industries: for manufacturing, for distribution, for food and beverages, etc., so ERP is just an umbrella term.



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