As illustrated in a previous blog post entitled “Stories from the Field: Why Setting the Scope of an ERP Project Pays Off,” the Ultra team is partnering with an industrial equipment manufacturer for an ERP selection project. In the next few years, the $300M company expects to scale the business and expand operations to global markets. The
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An Ultra team is currently engaged in an ERP selection project at an industrial equipment manufacturer. The experience serves as a reminder of how critical it is to set the scope for an ERP project. Read on for a first-hand look at the project as part of Ultra’s “Stories from the Field” blog posts. This “mini case study” puts the focus on our
I recently shared a “Stories from the Field” blog post summarizing a project in the construction industry. Today, my focus is on the talent gap many industries are facing as skilled Baby Boomers retire and take their expertise with them. This very trend was noted in an Advanced Manufacturing article warning of an impending “Silver Tsunami” as
My colleague Dennis Gilhooley, Jr. recently shared an Ultra ERP blog post entitled “Stories from the Field: Benefits of ERP Cut Across the Enterprise.” The business process transformation stories he summarized in his blog post inspired me to share my own recent “story from the field” which involves ERP for the construction industry. This past
One of the pleasures of working at Ultra Consultants is partnering with forward-thinking manufacturing and distribution companies that seek true business transformation. As ERP consultants, we come to feel like we’re part of the organization – working shoulder to shoulder with ERP project teams throughout the country. While every client