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Unveiling the top Operations Management apps in GetApp’s Q3 GetRank

Choosing software to manage your business operations just got a whole lot easier. Our Q3 GetRank of cloud-based operations management solutions reveals the top 25 apps in three different categories.

The big winners in the Q3 operations management GetRank were GeoOp, StitchLabs, and NetSuite. Click through to find out the top 25 for each of the following operations management categories:

GetApp’s one-of-a-kind impartial ranking was determined using five different data points. An application’s score is calculated based on user-generated reviews, integrations, mobile platforms, media presence, and security. This range of data points is what makes GetRank the most comprehensive cloud business software ranking you’ll find online (forgive us for blowing our own trumpet!)

And that’s not all! Along with the ranking, GetApp has released a research report highlighting the latest trends and hot topics in the operations management sector, which is an essential read for anyone looking to run their business more effectively.

The report features insights from leading experts in operations management software, including Justin Guinn, market research associate at Software Advice; Yuri Margoulis, director at WorkForce Delta; Forrest Burnsin, market research associate at Software Advice; and Seth Patin, founder of Accelogix.

Trends and insights you’ll find in the report include:

Download a copy of GetApp’s Q3 research report, Operating in the Cloud: Key Trends for 2015 on GetApp.

We’ll be delving deeper into how software is changing the face of operations management in the coming days and weeks here on the Lab. Be sure to sign up to our newsletter and we’ll let you know as soon as each of these insight-drenched articles are published!

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Suzie Blaszkiewicz :Suzie is a writer and researcher at GetApp focusing on the social side of business– CRM, marketing, collaboration, and of course, social media. Aside from musing about B2B software, she has experience writing about consumer apps for iPhone and Android, as well as research experience from the London School of Economics. Suzie loves travelling, eating, and trying to steal dogs from the park at lunchtime.