The new year is always a good time to make resolutions to educate ourselves and expand our horizons. With that in mind, it’s also helpful to look at past blogs that have proven to be the most useful to our readers over the last year.
Below are the top 10 blogs as determined by Google measures of traffic on our web site in 2016. Not all blogs were published in 2016, but they give a good sense of the ones that were the most valuable to peers.
10. Five Change Management Strategies for a Global ERP Implementation.
Managing global ERP implementations entail a number of complexities and challenges that need to be addressed from an organizational change management perspective. Read the blog here to read what those issues are.
9. Key Objectives of Conference Room Pilots
Proper software testing is often one of the most overlooked and rushed – yet most important – parts of an ERP implementation. Read this blog favorite here to learn more about how to make your conference room pilots successful.
8. ERP Software Customization: The Ultimate Sin of Enterprise Software
The word “customization” is often one of the most dreaded by CIOs. While it is often necessary, it involves a slippery slope that is risky at best. Read the blog here to learn more about this necessary evil.
7. Top 10 Predictions for the ERP Industry in 2015
6. Top 10 Misconceptions About the SAP vs. Oracle Debate
5. SAP vs. Oracle vs. Microsoft Dynamics vs. Infor: Lessons from the 2016 Clash of the Titans Report
4. Key Findings from the 2015 ERP Report
3. SAP vs. Oracle vs. Microsoft Dynamics: What to Expect in 2020
In addition to wanting to learn about current capabilities of leading ERP systems, many of our clients are interested in learning about longer-term trends. This blog outlines our thoughts on where the two leading systems in the marketplace are headed.
2. Top 10 Predictions for the ERP Industry in 2016
1. Five Reasons Why Business Process Reengineering Should Happen Before Your ERP Implementation
This blog was published in 2012, but it continues to be one of our most popular – largely because it addresses such an important and misunderstood aspect of ERP implementations. Even though it was published four years ago, it is just as relevant today as it was then. Read the blog post here.
While a lot of these are years old, you can see that a lot of necessities stay the same and people all encounter the same types of problems.