Join us on May 11, 2017 for an ERP selection webinar. Learn how to build an ERP selection framework to guide your evaluation and decision-making process.
Learn how Jamesway Incubator Company evaluated whether to upgrade from Baan ERP to LN or replace its legacy software with an entirely different ERP system.
Some consulting firms oversell business process mapping for ERP selection purposes. Learn how to approach ERP business processing for your ERP selection and implementation projects.
Infor is pushing legacy ERP software customers to systems it considers strategically important. Learn how to decide whether Infor’s convergence strategy is right for your business.
Deciding between upgrading and replacing your ERP software is difficult. Learn how companies like yours decide whether they should upgrade to the latest release or implement a new ERP system.
ERP systems are built around integration transactions to the general ledger. Learn how finance and accounting departments can benefit from ERP and the role they should play on an ERP selection project.
Multi-company and enterprise-wide implementations bring their own unique challenges and requirements. When planning a project, it’s important to map how the data and processes will (or will not) flow across entities. It’s also important to define cross-divisional teams that might need to provide input.
Read-on to learn the keys to successfully managing a multi-company ERP implementation project.
ERP implementation projects are major cross-functional undertakings. Most failures can be attributable to ineffective project teams and poor testing. Learn best-practices to establish effective governance structures and rigorous piloting.
Successful ERP implementation projects transform companies. Executives need to steer the project to ensure that the future business is designed in a way that aligns with corporate strategy. They also need to assure that the company’s best people are committed to delivering a quality project. In this post, we look at three key critical success factors relating to executive-level participation.