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Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP
The intangible or non-financial benefits of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can be viewed from several perspectives. For illustrative purposes, the discussion will focus on the benefits for accounting, product and process design, production, sales, and management information system MIS functions. From the overall company standpoint, ERP provides a framework for working effectively together and providing a consistent plan for action. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Justification of ERP Investments Part Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP Justification of ERP Investments Part Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP Dr. Scott Hamilton - February 11, 2004 Read Comments The Intangible Effects of ERP* The intangible or non-financial benefits of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can be viewed from several perspectives. For illustrative purposes, the discussion will focus on the benefits for accounting, product and process design, production, sales, and
2/11/2004

Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System
Studies that surveyed manufacturers about the impact of ERP systems on firm performance indicate that company size and industry do not affect the results. Benefits have been indicated for large and small firms, whether they make standard or custom products or are in discrete or process manufacturing environments. This section explains the quantifiable benefits in terms of several areas of improvement. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System Dr. Scott Hamilton - June 12, 2009 Read Comments Justification of ERP Investments* The expected return on investment provides the cost justification and motivation for investing in ERP. There are quantifiable benefits as well as intangible benefits in the ERP investment decision. The quantifiable benefits have a bottom-line impact on
6/12/2009

Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into hardware, software, external assistance, and internal personnel. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System Dr. Scott Hamilton - February 12, 2004 Read Comments Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into hardware, software, external assistance, and internal personnel. *This is Part Three of a four-part article reprinted from Maximizing
2/12/2004

Robust Systems are Built from the Bottom Up
Information technology infrastructure takes a back seat to applications investments for lack of a cost justification method. However, the infrastructure systems are breaking down in public; bringing significant attention to an issue that has been set aside far too long.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Robust Systems are Built from the Bottom Up Robust Systems are Built from the Bottom Up J. Dowling - April 3, 2000 Read Comments IT Management Issue SalesGate.Com lost credit card numbers to a hacker. Hackers put Yahoo, eBay Inc., CNN and others off line. First Security Corporation and Checkfree went live with systems containing software defects that caused revenue shortfalls. Hershey experienced lost sales orders and delayed shipments as did Whirlpool and Volkswagen in a rush to bring their Enterprise
4/3/2000

The Fast-payback SAP Projects for Saving Money in 2009: Detailed Data for Business Expense Projects
The Fast-Payback SAP Projects for Saving Money in 2009: Detailed Data for Business Expense Projects. Download IT Comparison White Papers Related To The Fast-Payback SAP Projects. Companies are under huge pressure to cut all SAP-related costs and are seeking every opportunity to exploit their huge investments in SAP to reduce total business expenses. A survey of 18 respondents reveals how companies are seeing the potential to squeeze further costs savings by exploiting SAP software investments, especially in enterprise resource management (ERP) and supply chain business process areas. Learn more.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: The Fast-payback SAP Projects for Saving Money in 2009: Detailed Data for Business Expense Projects The Fast-payback SAP Projects for Saving Money in 2009: Detailed Data for Business Expense Projects Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies are under huge pressure to cut all SAP-related costs and are seeking every opportunity to exploit their huge investments in SAP to reduce total business expenses. A survey of 18 respondents reveals how companies are seeing the potential to squeeze
6/29/2009 12:55:00 PM

Is SSA GT Betting Infini(um)tely On Acquisitions?Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations.
User companies will need serious convincing that SSA GT will not 'stabilize' or even discontinue some brands. Moreover, even in the cases where the company has been showing close attention to its customers’ wish lists, its crucial tenet of operation is profitability and setting realistic goals (the ROI justification works for the vendor as well). It does not appear very realistic to expect the equitably due attention to over a dozen products.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Is SSA GT Betting Infini(um)tely On Acquisitions? Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations. Is SSA GT Betting Infini(um)tely On Acquisitions? Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations. P.J. Jakovljevic - December 16, 2002 Read Comments Challenges An ERP vendor that many have long considered gone south seems not only to be shyly coming back onto radar screens, but has rather noisily been re-creating a sort of an IBM eServer iSeries (formerly AS/400 ) platform-based ERP empire, which was also
12/16/2002

Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, RevisitedPart Three: 2000s--Back to the Future
A typical ERP system indeed now offers broad functional coverage nearing the best-of-breed capabilities; vertical industry extensions; a strong technical architecture; training, documentation, implementation and process design tools; product enhancements; global support; and an extensive list of software, services and technology partners. While it is not a system-in-a-box yet, the gap between its desired and actual features is becoming smaller every day.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Three: 2000s--Back to the Future Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Three: 2000s--Back to the Future P.J. Jakovljevic - April 2, 2004 Read Comments 2000s—Back to the Future Integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions became synonymous with competitive advantage, particularly throughout the 1990 s. The idea behind ERP systems was to replace islands of information with a single, packaged
4/2/2004

ERP Trivia - Every Why Should Have Its WhereforePart 1: ERP Trends
We take the liberty to comment on the findings of a report, which was recently released by a renowned research organization, and which pinpoints ERP implementations’ dissatisfactions in no uncertain terms.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: ERP Trivia - Every Why Should Have Its Wherefore Part 1: ERP Trends ERP Trivia - Every Why Should Have Its Wherefore Part 1: ERP Trends P.J. Jakovljevic - August 25, 2001 Read Comments ERP Trivia - Every Why Should Have Its Wherefore Part 1: ERP Trends P.J. Jakovljevic - August 25, 2001 Executive Summary  What has long been a general feeling based on rumors, news headlines and some casual survey reports hidden within analyst houses vaults and largely inaccessible to the mass audience owing to exorbitant
8/25/2001

The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software
The case against modifying enterprise software is a strong one. Standard software offerings are the products of millions of dollars of research, development, and extensive testing for consistent performance. For this and various other reasons, modifications almost never make sense.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software Jeff Kugler - November 22, 2006 Read Comments The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software Consider the case of two hypothetical companies—Company A and Company Z—each using an identical enterprise software package delivering identical core functionality. Company A has the same number of users as Company Z, but the total cost of ownership (TCO) experienced by Company Z is about twice the TCO
11/22/2006

Should Your Software Selection Process Have a Proof of Concept?Part One: Structures and the Selection Process
This article explores how the proof of concept (POC) fits into the software selection process, when a POC should be undertaken, structural variables, and the advantages and disadvantages of the POC from the client and value-added reseller point of view.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: Should Your Software Selection Process Have a Proof of Concept? Part One: Structures and the Selection Process Should Your Software Selection Process Have a Proof of Concept? Part One: Structures and the Selection Process Robert Rudd - July 12, 2004 Read Comments Introduction There are a number of studies that point to a high rate of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer resource management (CRM) implementation failure. There are many reasons for these failures. The selection phase has been
7/12/2004

Warehouse Management Systems by the Numbers
When it comes to warehouse management systems (WMS), the stats are both shocking and thought-provoking. And although you don't see these stats in the marketing brochures of WMS vendors, you need to think about them before you purchase a WMS.

DISQUALIFICATION JUSTIFICATION: WMS, warehouse management systems, WMS statistics, WMS implementation, warehouse efficiency, ROI, return on investment, inventory management, implementation strategies, warehouse operating expenses.
9/22/2006


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