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SAPICS 2016 Offers Sugar and Spice

Posted on 10 August 2016 by Doug Hunter

doug_sugar_and_spice.jpgThe second day at SAPICS 2016 started for me with a coffee or two at the SYSPRO Café networking with gurus, customers, and partners and debating the new spin on ERP. Like mobility, visibility, keeping it simple, appropriate and usable rather than treating it like a “big brother” system to be worked round. The chat was heavy and we all needed the coffee.

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Topics: ERP Implementation, Selecting ERP, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP), Supply Chain Management

Opening Impressions of SAPICS 2016

Posted on 7 July 2016 by Doug Hunter


Back in the 1980s SAPICS delegates gathered at the trendy Elangeni Hotel on the Durban seafront while exhibitors faced kitchen-lift logistics to get stand equipment and mini-computers to the second floor.

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Topics: Selecting ERP, ERP for Manufacturing, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)


6 Top ERP Tech Trends for 2016

Posted on 25 February 2016 by Kevin Dherman

kevin_top_erp_tech_trends.jpgIn this blog, I would like to highlight some of the leading edge technology trends for both hardware and software that I think will be making a tangible impact this year in the ERP space.

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Topics: Selecting ERP, ERP for Manufacturing, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP), Technology (or Enterprise Technology)

10 Reasons Why Goals Alignment is Imperative for Your ERP System

Posted on 8 December 2015 by David Waller

david_waller_goals_alignment_is_imperitive_for_erp_system.jpgMisalignment of goals is one of the common reasons why many companies fail to realize the full value of an ERP system. Goals alignment should be the starting point BEFORE any company starts the ERP selection process, and BEFORE it sets its performance and measurement targets (metrics) and objectives.  Goals should be consistent with policy, they should be clearly defined, articulated, and communicated through the company.  This is a top-down, not bottom-up approach.

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Topics: ERP Implementation, ERP for Manufacturing, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)

Three crucial considerations when evaluating ERP

Posted on 1 October 2015 by Gavin Verreyne

gavin_evaluating_your_erpOften during demonstrations I am asked about the language SYSPRO ERP is written in. For some reason, expressing the fact that SYSPRO uses best-of-breed technologies in the development of our product and the fact that SYSPRO has never been re-developed, but rather has evolved, never seems to resonate.

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Topics: Selecting ERP, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)

The ERP ROI ‘Promise Game’ Part 3

Posted on 21 July 2015 by Paulo de Matos

paulo_roi_promise_game_part_3There’s something extremely satisfying about a well-planned, properly resourced fishing trip. When you’ve found the perfect spot, your tackle box is well-stocked and the beer is cold, it’s as if the planets have aligned and you just know that the next few hours are going to be blissful.

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Topics: Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)

Four ways to achieve ROI with ERP

Posted on 2 June 2015 by Cathie Hall

cathie_4_ways_to_achieve_roiReturn on investment (ROI) is often cited in relationship to ERP but not so often achieved.  It doesn’t matter whether you are selecting a new ERP system, are part way through an ERP implementation or living with ERP – reviewing ROI is the best way to ensure ERP adds value to your business. 

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Topics: Selecting ERP, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP), Maintaining/Upgrading ERP

4 Steps to using Business Strategy to drive your Software Selection Process

Posted on 17 March 2015 by Louise Thompson

louise_4StepstousingBusinessStrategytodriveyourSoftwareSelectionProcessWhen embarking on the journey of selecting and buying any software for your organization, whether it is ERP, CRM, HR, BI or any other software, you need to question  the business strategy behind this purchase?

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Topics: Selecting ERP, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)

Five Requirements for ERP Implementation Success

Posted on 20 June 2014 by Odete Passingham

erp_implementation-1Like any major project, ERP implementations go best when planned in advance.

Larger companies can dedicate multiple senior executives as well as teams of junior stakeholders to an ERP project. Smaller companies, on the other hand, can’t dedicate the same number of people to a project, but they do not require the same detail when planning an ERP project.

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Topics: SYSPRO Process Modeling, ERP Implementation, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)

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, ERP Implementation, ERP systems, Planning for ERP (or Purchasing ERP)


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