Six ways to derive greater value from your ERP system

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ERP systems are a major investment, so companies naturally want to justify the expense with bigger and better business returns. Many companies pay close attention to costs and timelines when implementing a
new platform, but fail to conduct any future value assessments on how their ERP impacts day-to-day operations. In fact, a survey of small and midsize companies found that two-thirds rarely, if ever, calculate ROI on their ERP system.1 This complacency could be
costing your business big time when it comes to productivity.

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Regional Acceptance Corporation

Regional Acceptance Corporation, headquartered in Greenville, N.C., Specializes in indirect sub-prime automotive financing and prime-to-near-prime portfolio acquisitions. A subsidiary of BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT), Regional Acceptance Corporation has 31 Regional Business Centers and three Customer Service Centers supporting dealers and customers in 39 states. The company conducts business with more than 10,000 dealers nationwide, offering local decision-making, flexibility and quick funding. Regional Acceptance has consistently ranked as one of the top auto finance companies in the United States.

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Regional Acceptance Corporation

Regional Acceptance Corporation, headquartered in Greenville, N.C., Specializes in indirect sub-prime automotive financing and prime-to-near-prime portfolio acquisitions. A subsidiary of BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT), Regional Acceptance Corporation has 31 Regional Business Centers and three Customer Service Centers supporting dealers and customers in 39 states. The company conducts business with more than 10,000 dealers nationwide, offering local decision-making, flexibility and quick funding. Regional Acceptance has consistently ranked as one of the top auto finance companies in the United States.

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