Regular visitors to Ultra’s ERP blog know to expect deep insight related to ERP selection best practices. The information is designed to help answer ERP questions you might have about handling a complex endeavor that has long-term strategic implications.
I recently shared a blog post entitled “How an Enterprise Asset Management Solution Can Help Improve Your Bottom Line” providing insight for organizations looking to improve the tracking and maintenance of expensive enterprise assets.
In the last few years, we have seen two different implementation methodologies emerge. When buying a new ERP system, you should make sure you understand the ERP implementation methodology proposed by the vendor or re-seller and its pros and cons.
Today’s enterprise is challenged to efficiently manage service technicians in the field to deliver cost effective customer service, especially with the proliferation of mobile devices and complex connectivity issues.
In my experience as an independent ERP consultant working with manufacturers and distributors, I have found that monitoring business performance and looking at current and future state conditions is much more productive than monitoring past decisions and actions.
You need to promote a positive attitude to the changes ahead and ensure that all colleagues get the support they need during the changes that lie ahead. In this article, we look at the three biggest stumbling blocks in change management and the three best practices for ERP software implementation.