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Five Common Mistakes in Public Sector ERP Projects

Any project, ERP or otherwise, will live or die by its project planning. I recently jumped in halfway through an ERP project to find that the project plan was a chocolate mess and had to be rebooted halfway through the implementation – the project team had to scrap the old plan and engineer a completely new project […]

Posted: October 31, 2014 by
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When the CEO Says No to New ERP Software

You know that your organization’s business processes are inefficient, but your boss just said “no” to your plea for new ERP software.  What do you do? First, ask yourself, how did you propose the idea to your boss?  Was there a compelling vision for the system that is consistent with your organization’s vision? Did you […]

Posted: October 30, 2014 by
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20/20 Panoramic View of the ERP Industry – Part 3 of 3

This marks the final blog in our three-part series discussing ERP industry trends for the year 2020. Over the last few weeks we have provided an overview of our new white paper, 20/20 Panoramic View of the ERP Industry, highlighting trends that are highly relevant to organizations in the process of implementing ERP software. To […]

Posted: October 29, 2014 by
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The Importance of Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V)

With the increased use of independent verification and validation (IV&V) in large ERP projects, there seems to be some common misconceptions about the real value that IV&V is meant to bring to public sector ERP implementations. IV&V is considered a “best practice” within the technology industry. The primary value of IV&V in the public sector […]

Posted: October 28, 2014 by
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Is Your ERP Project Driving Innovation?

Organizations implementing ERP software are ultimately looking to improve their business productivity and efficiency through innovative technology. To achieve this goal, organizations should ensure that organizational changes promote their long-term business strategy. Companies that are hoping to maximize business benefits from their new ERP software must rethink their business processes and continuous improvement strategies in order to […]

Posted: October 27, 2014 by
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Convincing the C-Suite: New ERP Software Please!

You see the same problems day-in and day-out – duplication of tasks, process inefficiencies and lack of visibility into data. While it’s clear that your company needs a new ERP system, it can be challenging to convince senior management of this necessity. Obtaining executive buy-in for new ERP software is crucial to the project’s initiation […]

Posted: October 24, 2014 by
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Is a Best-of-Breed ERP System Right For Your Organization?

If you could combine all of your favorite dog breeds into one loveable canine, you’d have a mutt. If you combined your favorite modules from various ERP vendors, you’d create a lovable ERP system – better known as a best-of-breed ERP system within the software industry. Small- to mid-sized businesses looking for lower-cost ERP solutions, […]

Posted: October 23, 2014 by
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20/20 Panoramic View of the ERP Industry – Part 2 of 3

Last week I began our 20/20 Panoramic View of the ERP Industry with part one of a three-part series discussing  trends and best practices  among organizations implementing ERP software. Today, I will discuss three additional trends that will change the way organizations approach ERP projects. By 2020, CIOs, COOs, project managers and implementation teams can […]

Posted: October 22, 2014 by
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Tuesday Poll: Stakeholder Buy-In

Securing buy-in from all stakeholders within your organization is one of the secrets to ERP success. Throughout an implementation, organizations may find that end-users and executives are indifferent, or worse yet, hostile toward the ERP project and the process changes it brings. Panorama’s organizational change management services can help organizations identify the stakeholders with the strongest resistance […]

Posted: October 21, 2014 by
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Change Management Challenges in the Public Sector

Some would argue that change management strategies and tactics are synonymous across the public and private sector. While the overreaching principles are the same, each organization must take into account things like culture, unions, employee mindset and the abilities of leadership to drive changes. With ERP implementations we often find that resistance to change is […]

Posted: October 21, 2014 by
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