ERP Selection Insight Seminar Takes Place Oct. 30 in Irvine, California
It’s trick or treat season. Is your ERP system playing any scary tricks on your company?
We know today’s manufacturer is challenged to improve productivity within the enterprise. How can you select an ERP system to keep up with the pace?
Scary “tricks” might involve a manufacturer’s ability to meet customer demands, to handle an ever-changing competitive environment, all while coping with the limits of legacy ERP.
When a manufacturer operates with an outdated ERP system, they reduce their ability to enter new markets or regions, implement lean manufacturing or manage change.
You’re in for a Treat!
I’m pleased to be part of an event geared to manufacturers in the Los Angeles area that address some of these issues.
Register for a timely and informative ERP Selection Seminar, set for October 30, 2013 in Irvine, California, specifically designed to help overcome key manufacturing challenges.
Geared to midmarket manufacturers, the event includes a complimentary lunch, along with your exclusive chance to:
- Participate in a mock “ERP selection project” when I’ll you through how a midmarket manufacturer can best evaluate vendors.
- Get an up close and “under the hood” look at what it takes to go through an effective ERP selection process.
- See first-hand the 10 most important steps you need to take if you are evaluating ERP vendors within the next 12 months.
- Learn how best to evaluate ERP features, functions during a real-life vendor evaluation scenario with Mark Humphlett, Director Product Strategy, Infor
- Get your specific concerns addressed during an interactive question and answer session
Avoid Tricky ERP
It’s tricky to enable business process reengineering within the confines of outdated ERP.
If your organization is considering investing in a new ERP solution, you can’t afford to miss this free workshop that helps guide ERP selection.
Don’t miss your chance for a real treat — valuable ERP selection expertise. Space is limited, be sure to register today.