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The Scope of Change in ERP Projects: People, Technology, Business Processes

Posted on 29 May 2014 by Odete Passingham

Scope of ERP change

ERP projects can potentially touch every part of the business, and even the ones that are limited in scope have a dramatic effect and touch virtually every part of the business in some form.

When you are early in the planning stage, and when speaking with experienced sales representatives who have seen first-hand how dozens and hundreds of ERP implementations have transformed organizations on dramatically positive ways, you will be exposed to a variety of ideas on how to improve your business.

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Topics: Business software, ERP Implementation, ERP systems

Business Objects for Non-Programmers

Posted on 22 May 2014 by Odete Passingham

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If you have come across any SYSPRO resource for technical users, you have probably encountered the phrase ‘business object’, and related phrase, ‘service oriented architecture (SOA)’.

While you don’t need to be an expert on business objects, it is worthwhile to have a basic understanding of what they are and what they do, so that you can understand why they make SYSPRO a flexible product.

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Topics: Software development

 

Leveraging the Supply Chain

Posted on 20 May 2014 by Chris Grunwell

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Topics: Business software, Supply Chain Management

ROI of ERP - Part 3 of a 4 Part Series

Posted on 20 May 2014 by Louise Thompson

Selecting the right system and vendor

Selecting the Right System and Vendor

Jim Collins, author of four international bestselling business books notes: “We tend to think that decisions are very much about ‘what.’ But when I look at my research notes or at interview transcripts from the executives we’ve interviewed, one theme that comes through is that their greatest decisions were not ‘what’ but ‘who’. They were people decisions.”

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Topics: Business software, ERP systems, Selecting ERP, Applying and Operating ERP

How to Assess for ERP Competency

Posted on 20 May 2014 by Natasha Burt

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Topics: Business software, Education, ERP systems, Training and Certification, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)

15 Cost Items of ERP Projects you need to know

Posted on 20 May 2014 by Simon Griffiths

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Topics: Business software, ERP Implementation, Applying and Operating ERP

Own ERP Best Practices, but Don’t be a Slave to Them

Posted on 16 May 2014 by Odete Passingham

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Some ERP companies like to say that the way their ERP does things is a best practice, and that businesses should therefore conform to their system.

The International Standards Organization (ISO) is an example of an authority on standards or best practices. Their members debate on standards for months, and not until two thirds vote in favour is the standard adopted as an ISO standard. The point being that best practice surrounding any process is a matter for thoughtful analysis of the particular practice.

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Topics: Business software, ERP systems

ROI of ERP – Part 4 of a 4 Part Series

Posted on 6 May 2014 by Louise Thompson

Managing the Change

Managing the Change

Generally the only person who enjoys a change is a wet baby. Most others want things to remain the same, but get better.

Ask the CIO what was the hardest part of implementing the ERP solution, and the response will in all likelihood be “Getting users to commit.”

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

 

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