Role-Based ERP - Top Competitors (Nov 2022)

Role-Based ERP Review
ITQlick Score: 64/100
ITQlick Rating: (4.6/5)
Pricing: 3.2/10 - low cost
Category: ERP -> Role-Based ERP -> Role-Based ERP competitors
Ranking:Ranked 168 out of 271 ERP systems
Company: WorkWise, LLC
Pricing: starts at $40 per user/month
Typical customers: Start up, Small business, Medium business, Large business
Platforms: Desktop, Cloud
Links: Role-Based ERP review, Role-Based ERP alternatives
Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / updated: Nov 12, 2022

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Role-Based ERP VS Alternatives in 2022

Some of the important competitors for Role Based ERP include Ramco ERP and SAP ERP.

Ramco ERP is available both on premise and in the cloud with support for mobile device access as well. Customers can utilize the product’s features in terms of a functional area such as manufacturing and finance, or it can be structured to handle defined user roles such as a sales manager, production manager or even a customer service manager. The product includes repositories for best practices that can be incorporated into process workflows, with the role based solution offering cross functional access for information, analysis and updates.

Role Based ERP from WorkWise is on the other hand entirely focused on a role based ERP solution. While it works in a similar fashion to Ramco ERP, unlike it this product allows role definition across the entire organizational structure from operational staff to senior management. With the availability of pre-defined role based views and processes, the application is easier to implement and adapt to multiple role requirements.

SAP ERP on the other hand offers process based workflows that meet functional roles. These include procure to pay, plan to product, order to cash as well as request to service. While it does not offer the level of role based flexibility that Role Based ERP does, it does include the option to customize the workflows and role definitions to meet business requirements.

In comparison Role Based ERP also provides multi-mode solutions that map similar process workflows. However it also includes mobility solutions and analytics & dashboards as well.

Role-Based ERP alternatives - for small & large Company

Here are the top 4 alternatives to Role-Based ERP that are worth checking out: NetSuite OneWorld for SMBs, SAP ERP for large size business, OptiProERP for growing companies, and OfficeBooks for low budget organizations.

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Role-Bas...
ITQlick rating
4.6/5
Score
64/100
Pricing
3.2/10
License pricing
$40 per user/month
Functionality
28
Best for SMBs
NetSuite...
ITQlick rating
3.8/5
Score
93/100
Pricing
4.6/10
License pricing
$999 per month
Functionality
18
Best for Enterprise
SAP ERP
ITQlick rating
4/5
Score
97/100
Pricing
10/10
License pricing
$56 per user/month
Functionality
44
Growing
OptiProE...
ITQlick rating
2.8/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
$700 per license
Functionality
26
Free version
OfficeBooks
ITQlick rating
4.3/5
Score
80/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
$9.99 per month
Functionality
31

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