ERP Software Value Matrix

The 2024 SMB Value Matrix evaluates 16 ERP technology vendors. Rootstock Manufacturing ERP is named a "Leader" among other ERP providers and continues to outrank many competitors in terms of customer usability and product functionality.

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Nucleus Research Recognizes Rootstock as Leader in the 2024 ERP Technology Report

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The Nucleus Small and Midsized Business (SMB) ERP Value Matrix assessed key challenges for SMBs: greater budget constraints, employee expertise and bandwidth limitations, and tighter timelines than large enterprises.

Rootstock Manufacturing ERP Software was identified as a leader providing the following value to organizations between $15M - $499M in annual revenue.

  • Delivering agility and predictive insights
  • Data-driven decisioning and advanced analytics
  • Generative AI integration
  • Ability to navigate supply chain disruptions amidst inflation and geopolitical risks

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“We can take a CRM transaction and a forecast and run it all the way through to sales order, revenue booked, inventory, cost of sales, all in Rootstock.”


Ben Austin

CFO, SPR Therapeutics

“We implemented Rootstock and ComplianceQuest in four and a half months, not three years like you would do with something like SAP or Oracle. It's a huge testament to the engineering horsepower that's on the platform of both applications."


Tim Purdie

CIO & CIS, Tilray (Aphria)

"Rootstock has a lot of experience in manufacturing and the potential to adapt and work with our processes as a smaller company looking at growth and expansion."


Raymond Beiler

Vice President, Equipter

"It was my first introduction to Rootstock in this particular project and I was blown away by the integration of the solution using the same singular data set, the same objects, the same security model, the same authorizations. That was tremendous to me.”


Chad Wright

CIO, Boston Dynamics