It’s no secret that more than 70 percent of IT projects are unlikely to succeed. The question is why? And what can you do to avoid being another statistic in the long, sobering history of failed IT projects?
It turns out that the answer is no mystery, as you’ll discover in today’s feature executive brief. Here you’ll find out about the single biggest cause of IT project failure, and the tools you can employ to make sure your organization isn’t the next to fall victim. If your aim is to avoid the mistake that has been the ultimate undoing of so many organizations' IT projects, Taking Measure for True Success: How to Choose Software that Meets Your Needs is required reading. Download your PDF copy today.
In today’s feature case study, you’ll discover how a scalable ERP solution enabled a growing, high-volume distributor to take orders off the Web, improve customer service by providing key information to sales representatives in the field, and update inventory levels in real time—all the while adding 100 new accounts to their customer base.
If you’re not entirely clear on the differences between discrete, process, and mixed-mode manufacturing, today’s feature blog post will help set you straight. Click here to learn about the differences that help define them, and the major characteristics that make each type of manufacturer unique.