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How to Lower Your ERP Implementation Costs
Most companies are facing a number of pressures, thanks to a stormy economic climate. To help control costs and resources, many small to medium businesses (SMBs

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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Radio Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps
Phase one of the four phase approach to a successful radio frequency identification implementation consists of several essential steps, including the careful

failed system implementation  the RF signal, causing failed read rates. Such materials as liquids tend to absorb radio waves, while metals tend to deflect and diffract radio waves. Items like water and soup are particularly troublesome, as the liquid and the medium used for its packaging require extensive testing. Items with limited space for label placement require extensive experimentation to find which configuration works best. That is, small products may not have the physical room to accommodate a tag, and innovative techniques Read More...
Difficult Conversations: Positioning Your CEO in a CRM Implementation Part One: Sources of Misconception and Faulty Assumptions
For a successful customer relationship management (CRM) implementation, the chief executive officer (CEO) must have an ongoing role in the process. The project

failed system implementation  on the highway of failed initiatives. The opportunity for the organization is enormous, but success requires the active participation and leadership of the CEO. The question is how to navigate the potential landmines and position the CEO to take the right actions and assume the right level of leadership? The issue often boils down to identifying assumptions and getting through the tangle of egos and personal agendas. Once there is clarity of purpose, the roles are obvious. Since the hype in the industry Read More...
The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 2: Implementation Key Success Factors
Enterprise systems, in fact, are devised to operate by codifying a set of business processes and employees have to learn the whys, wheres, and whos of the

failed system implementation  ), many companies have failed to construct a tangible business rationale, let alone return calculate the investment (ROI) for an implementation. The situation is not much easier in case of system upgrades despite the attractiveness of expanding new functionality frontiers, as the battle to get all the applications inside and outside the enterprise work together rather than to merely automate parts of the business within the four walls. The main enterprises' interest today is in systems that make Read More...
Inventory Planning & Optimization: Extending Your ERP System Part Two: How It Works
Organizations today realize that although strategies focusing on outsourcing transportation, e-business and new distribution models are important, these are all

failed system implementation  on this measure, organizations failed to take advantage of things like volume discounts and customer service levels. To avoid simply getting more efficient at moving the wrong stock around, the trend is for Retailers, Distributors and Manufacturers to leverage their ERP investment by implementing relatively inexpensive and rapidly deployed Inventory Planning and Optimization solutions. Characteristics of Inventory Optimization systems include Lead time forecasting forecasts the most appropriate supplier Read More...
Four Ways to Botch Your ERP Implementation Process
Here are four worst practices that can contribute to the failure of an enterprise resource planning implementation—or the implementation of any other enterprise

failed system implementation  Ways to Botch Your ERP Implementation Process Originally published – February 13th, 2008 In the process of implementing an enterprise application suite like enterprise resource planning (ERP) or enterprise asset management (EAM), an almost infinite number of things can go wrong. A successful implementation depends not only on selection of the correct application, but on the quality of the communication between you and your application vendor or implementation consultant. Some of the more disastrous Read More...
Choosing the Right ERP Implementation Partner: Five Critical Steps to a Successful ERP Software Implementation
The right implementation partner can get your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system up and running quickly and smoothly, whereas the wrong partner can

failed system implementation  the Right ERP Implementation Partner: Five Critical Steps to a Successful ERP Software Implementation The right implementation partner can get your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system up and running quickly and smoothly, whereas the wrong partner can result in higher costs and considerable disruption to your business, with lasting and cumulative effects. This white paper addresses five key steps in the ERP selection and implementation process that contribute to ERP success. Read More...
Another Implementation Failure, Another Missed Learning Opportunity
In recent posts, we've learned that business software implementation failures are rampant and that the blame is all on the vendor. And though unhappy customers

failed system implementation  Implementation Failure, Another Missed Learning Opportunity In recent posts, we've learned that business software implementation failures are rampant and that the blame is all on the vendor. And though unhappy customers are suing the software vendors, little speculation is offered on the cause for the implementation failure. So, these posts, and any others that follow, provide little insight on the learnings on the part of both the customer and vendor from this difficult experience.  In one of my Read More...
CRM Testing Throughout Implementation
In terms of strategic partnerships, the acquirer is responsible for judging how well customer relationship management (CRM) software will function on the

failed system implementation  Testing Throughout Implementation Introduction You've selected your vendor and ordered your customer relationship management (CRM) system. Someone uttered the magic words strategic partnership . Now contracts have changed hands, and there's a dialogue going on about your company's deep secrets, and, perhaps, money has started to move. No matter how strategic your partnership, as an acquirer, you have a different set of values and desires than your supplier. This article is written mainly for those of Read More...
Avoid the 8 Deadly ERP Implementation Sins
In ERP systems: how to avoid the 8 implementation sins, find out how to avoid the 8 deadly sins that bring down ERP implementations every daytakin...

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Top 7 Reasons to Invest in a Manufacturing Execution System
To learn more about how an mes system can give your company a powerful competitive edgein both good times and baddownload the TEC special report, s...

failed system implementation  7 Reasons to Invest in a Manufacturing Execution System Spending money on a new software solution in the middle of a recession might seem like a bad idea, but consider this: there are at least seven key ways you can benefit from implementing a manufacturing execution system (MES) to raise the level of efficiency, and control the processes, on your shop floor: reduce labor costs reduce capital costs achieve superior compliance and warranty management generate higher production throughput improve on-time Read More...
How Can Your Vendor Make Your Implementation Easier?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations are mainly business projects rather than IT projects, so a lion’s share of efforts and, consequently, costs

failed system implementation  Can Your Vendor Make Your Implementation Easier? Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations are mainly business projects rather than IT projects, so a lion’s share of efforts and, consequently, costs of ERP adoptions belong to the business side—for example, business process changes and master data preparation. However, ERP systems can’t just be acquired and started to be used overnight, so a system’s deployment itself and its fine tuning to certain business processes and practices is Read More...
Reinventing Business Processes through Strategic Implementation
Strategic implementation can have a huge impact on success in the online environment. It can mean the difference between a successful or unsuccessful launch

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Phone System Comparison Chart
This Phone System Comparison Chart compares over 74 phone systems by 34 brands for small to big businesses. This chart also compares private branch exchange

failed system implementation  System Comparison Chart This Phone System Comparison Chart compares over 74 phone systems by 34 brands for small to big businesses. This chart also compares private branch exchange (PBX) and business voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) systems to help you make an educated comparison of your options. This analysis is presented in an Excel spreadsheet so you can add information to suit your analysis and presentation needs. Read More...

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