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Theory of Constraints ensures a successful ERP selection and Implementation

Posted on 19 February 2014 by Odete Passingham

ERP selection and Implementatio

In the book Thinking About ERP, the authors suggest ERP is no longer a competitive advantage. It is now a competitive disadvantage not to have an ERP, or to select one that doesn’t operate efficiently and effectively.

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Topics: Business software, Project management, ERP systems

Preparing for change

Posted on 13 February 2014 by Darren Edwards


Since December 2013 a record breaking 200% increase in rainfall in southern areas of the UK has brought about widespread flooding. Low lying areas close to rivers have seen the worst impact, and this has been compounded by increased rainfall on already sodden ground. With temperatures now dropping below freezing (it’s the UK winter months), there is the additional danger of ice, making deadly those areas already flooded.

Seeing the news reports of flooded property and ruined farmland saddens me, but it also reminds me of similar incidents the year before... and I ask myself the question: “why don't people learn from past flooding events, and why are people not more prepared?”

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Topics: Business software, Project management, ERP Implementation, ERP systems, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)


The Long Game of ERP Projects

Posted on 4 February 2014 by Cathie Hall

The Long Game2013 ended in tragedy for a couple of my friends when their eldest son slipped away in his sleep. Tom’s condition of Athetoid Cerebral Palsy not only cut his life short, it also severely impacted his everyday activities, but that never stopped him taking enjoyment from life or being “a cheeky young blighter.”

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Topics: Business software, Project management, ERP Implementation, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)


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