Because we know your business !

ERP only for the big guys now belongs to the past!

You are running a small business and try to define if your business can afford an ERP solution?  You should rather ask yourself what is the cost of not having one.

By the –mid 1990’s, the early adopters of ERP systems were multi-nationals. SMBs (small and medium business) didn’t even ask themselves if they could afford ERP.

Nowadays, the situation has changed, even for small business.

In a competitive environment where companies have to achieve a competitive advantage and adopt a customer-driven strategy in order to fulfill the needs of always more demanding customers the question may be to ask is:  

“Can you afford to operate without it?”

In 2013, Mint Jutras, an independent research-based consulting firm specialized in analyzing the business impact of company applications, collected 475 qualified responses from companies with 100 or fewer employees for his ERP Solution Study named “World class ERP for small business? You can’t afford not to!”

This survey points out that 76.6% of the small business (that previously worked manually or with spreadsheets or decentralized programs) that implemented an ERP solution had a 100% ROI within the first 1-3 years.

Cost savings were certainly not the only benefits yielded in the survey. SMBs observed an average profitability (YOY) raise of 12.8 % and a customer retention raise of 15.6% since implementing an ERP.

Many small business think ERP is just for the big guys and keep using a combination of spreadsheets, disparate applications or outdated systems that can never meet their needs. Indeed, deciding to purchase a new ERP solution is a big decision but most companies are asking themselves wrong questions. They should focus on the following questions: What improvements could you achieve with an ERP? What not having an ERP solution is costing you? Can you still compete against companies that already have this competitive advantage?  

If your current software bother your ability to get an overall view of your business or improve operations while keeping operator time to a minimum then you are big enough to move to an ERP system.

Mint Jutras website:

by Michael Goetghebuer

IRE - International Rental Exibition

24 -26 of June:
Come to visit us at IRE show in RAI Amsterdam. IRE is the perfect place to meet more than 70 Rental Companies and discover new dedicated products to your sector of activity. 


Organized every 3 years, IRE is supported by ERA (European Rental Association) that counts high-level rental's companies.


A unique opportunity!


The timing of the show will coincide with APEX aerial plateform exhibition that will also being held at the RAI in Amsterdam.

We recommend you to check-in now in order to avoid paying 20 EUR at the entrance. For info, every visitor of IRE or APEX will have access to both shows.

Dagico at the IBC in Amsterdam

As from the 13 to the 17 of September Dagico will participate the the IBC in Amsterdam with OFI (Office for foreign investors).

Visitors can expect to learn about the developments which are shaping the industry, interact with the latest technology, experience world first demonstrations and do business in a professional and supportive environment. IBC is the event not to be missed for everyone involved in the world of content creation, management and delivery.

IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) is the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide. Attracting 50,000+ attendees from more than 160 countries, IBC combines a highly respected and peer-reviewed conference with an exhibition that exhibits more than 1,400 leading suppliers of state of the art electronic media technology and provides unrivalled networking opportunities.


Website of the IBC  |  Website of the OFI

Tomorrowland & Dagico are making business

The company ID & T in charge of the organization of Tomorrowland just signed up a partnership with Dagico for his stock management with Vary.

The Tomorrowland festival that occurs each year end of July meets 180.000 people during 3 days. People from 75 countries all over the world are coming on organized planes for this festival.

This festival was elected “best festival in the world” during the International Dance Music Awards in 2012 and elected best major festival in EU in 2013.


“For the first time in Festival Awards history, electronic music arose to take the crown for Best Major Festival, courtesy of Belgium’s mighty Tomorrowland – widely hailed as the festival success story of the year.

Tomorrowland – winner of Best Major Festival”

Source: Website of the EU Festival Awards

Femat acquire Vary

Femat specialized in the rental of event equipment, has signed a contract for the implementation of Vary.