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Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software packages can be highly flexible, but custom configurations may cause more trouble than they’re worth when it comes

hubris nederland  think there is some hubris in people’s belief that they’re special, different, unique. Often what that means is that the firm has grown up with unusual or obscure processes. In reality, those processes aren’t essential to what the organization does, but they have become identified as such. Choosing software because of existing practice is rarely a good decision. The power of most ERP solutions is now high enough to allow you to do most of what you want to do. And if you can’t find one that will do

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Message to ERP Vendors: Honesty versus Glitz


It’s a bit surprising that sales teams from some ERP vendors are still under the impression that simply wining and dining a customer is enough to win a sale. It’s this type of hubris that can cost vendors entire projects. Recently, I was helping with a customer’s software evaluation and selection process. Yes, we have products and solutions that extend beyond the simple self-service tool usage

hubris nederland  It’s this type of hubris that can cost vendors entire projects. Recently, I was helping with a customer’s software evaluation and selection process. Yes, we have products and solutions that extend beyond the simple self-service tool usage we offer on our website. For this project, TEC was brought onboard to help conduct a comprehensive evaluation and selection process, following our methodology. This means we looked at vendor RFI data in our software and augmented it with their unique requirements to Read More

Case Study: A New Standard for Resource Planning in the Railway Business


Railion Nederland N.V. is an independent operating company of Railion Deutschland, the largest rail cargo transporting company in western Europe. The company transports almost 25 million tons, more than 70 percent of which is of an international nature. Railion needed a planning solution to overcome the drawbacks of its old system, which had been designed for passenger transport. Find out which system it chose, and why.

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How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 1


A week before this past Thanksgiving holiday (US), I was invited by a long-term analyst relationship contact at SAP to listen to (via multimedia streaming) a panel discussion on a late Friday afternoon. The expert panel explored reasons for companies to maintain IT investment even (if not especially) during difficult economic times. Bruce Richardson, the Chief Research Officer of AMR Research

hubris nederland  mortal, I certainly have insufficient hubris to put down a well-researched-for article by such a prestigious publication and authors. The article certainly reveals many valuable stats and figures that I might have intuitively expected but was unsure of the hard facts. For example, I did not know the exact numbers like those below: “Corporate investments in IT surged during this time—from about $3,500 spent per worker in 1994 to about $8,000 in 2005, according the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA Read More