Year in Review: Our 12 Best ERP Blog Posts of 2020
For many organizations, the end of the year is a time to look back and see what was successful. Ultra is no exception. Here, based on views, social media shares and other criteria, are our 12 Best Blog Posts for 2020:
Experience | Our Michael Chesin spoke with Nick Castellina, VP – Go-to-Market Management for Infor, about optimizing the customer experience.
Cross-plant transfers, sales & operations planning and other process challenges were solved with a business process improvement initiative and a modern ERP solution.
Business customers, like consumers, now expect the Amazon experience. As a distributor, how do you offer that easy, seamless buying process to your customers?
Many organizations get off-track right at the start when they believe some common myths – misconceptions that can result in the wrong choice for your business.
ERP implementation is one of the most complex and high-risk projects your organization will ever undertake. And it is extremely easy to make mistakes.
A lot can go wrong when an ERP system goes live. But with careful planning and process – and if you follow this checklist – it can be a smooth, seamless experience.
Read what Aaron Olin, an Ultra Senior Consultant, had to say about the state of the industry and how companies are meeting the unfamiliar challenges of these difficult times.
When a large-scale disruption occurs, the first thing business leaders must do is assess their current supply chain maturity. Where does your supply chain fall on this scale?
The company’s ERP solution brought the entire organization under a common set of processes and systems – and created a foundation for integration of future acquisitions.
Organizations initiate BPI projects to streamline processes, find efficiencies and more effectively utilize resources. But the majority of these projects do not achieve their goals.
We recently asked two of our top Food & Beverage consultants, Rafael Calderon and Aaron Olin, what manufacturers, processors and distributors need to know today.
Older ERP software can have significant technical or operational limitations, and may not be able to support new business opportunities or strategies. Know what you could be missing.
The 7 Deadly Sins of ERP Implementation
Some mistakes are just bad strategic or financial decisions. Some are the inevitable consequence of situational or organizational factors. Some, however, are the result of process-oriented or people-centric choices – and are easily avoided. These are The Seven Deadly Sins of ERP Implementation.