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Tuesday Poll: Change Management Difficulty

According to our 2014 ERP Report: Organizational Change Management, more than 60-percent of respondents said that the organizational change adjustments made during their ERP implementations were either difficult or very difficult. How would you describe the organizational adjustments of your past ERP implementations? Take a moment to vote in our poll and then check back to […]

Posted: November 25, 2014 by
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Navigating an International ERP Implementation

Everyone loves a party and ERP project kick-offs are no exception. It’s a chance to talk about change, envision the future, meet people in your organization you may have had little or no interaction with.  While people may say that they like change, functional areas, country offices and organizations don’t like the change that a […]

Posted: November 24, 2014 by
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Assessing ERP System Usability

An ERP project will succeed or fail based on a number of criteria, not the least of which is the system’s usability. Today’s end-users are accustomed to intuitive, easy to-use interfaces akin to what they experience when using technology in their daily lives. Whether it is an app on their tablet to buy concert tickets […]

Posted: November 21, 2014 by
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Top 10 Predictions for the ERP Software Industry in 2015

Another year is about to draw to a close, which is always a good time to look back on accomplishments from the last year and look forward to the upcoming new year. In 2014, much in the ERP software industry stayed the same, but plenty of things changed as well. One thing that hasn’t changed […]

Posted: November 19, 2014 by
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Is Your ERP Consultant Biased?

As I was starting my holiday shopping this past weekend, I had an interesting experience at one particular store. The friendly salesperson accompanied me around their store for an entire hour as I attempted to pick out gifts for my family and friends. She made great suggestions and steered me away from some “bad choices.” […]

Posted: November 18, 2014 by
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Common Cloud ERP Implementation Mistakes

A low initial investment and a relatively easy deployment make cloud ERP software attractive to a variety of organizations. From large enterprises to small start-ups, the cloud reigns supreme for many. While the benefits are numerous, cloud ERP still has its limitations and is not right for every organization. If your organization does decide to […]

Posted: November 17, 2014 by
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The Secret Life of an ERP Expert Witness

Over the last several years, I have been fortunate enough to be hired as an ERP expert witness in over a dozen high profile cases. While it is unfortunate that there have been so many well-known failures in the market – many that you have probably read about in the media – it is fortunate […]

Posted: November 11, 2014 by
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The Importance of IT Strategy

Dependent upon the size and growth of an organization, opinions on the importance of IT strategy can vary. A current audit of your organization’s infrastructure, staff and budget can give you a baseline to benchmark against during organizational and IT changes. Gathering quantitative and qualitative data regarding IT can be overwhelming if it is done […]

Posted: November 10, 2014 by
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Three Tough Questions to Ask Your ERP Vendor Before Go-Live

ERP implementations never go quite as you might expect. Not only do most of them take longer, cost more and fail to deliver business benefits when compared to expectations, but they can also create operational disruptions at go-live. According to our 2014 ERP Report, roughly half of all ERP implementations create some sort of material […]

Posted: November 4, 2014 by
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How Innovative is Your ERP Consultant?

Innovation is a hot buzzword in the public sector. As described by Rasmus Hansen and Jens Skibsted, “The new breed of innovation professionals can be placed in two categories: innovation custodians and innovation word-slingers. The custodians are middle managers assigned to oversee the innovators and their processes. The word-slingers are external consultants that will take corporate […]

Posted: November 4, 2014 by
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