Join this webinar presented in collaboration with SME – The Society for Manufacturing Engineers – to hear insight from George Trudell of Ultra Consultants.
Today’s manufacturing enterprise is challenged to undergo a “digital transformation” for true business process improvement. For many project teams, the goal is to align investments in enterprise technology to realize value through enhanced business performance.
This timely webinar provides a close look at next-generation technologies that can help you drive manufacturing forward.
Attendees will come away with a clear sense of the power of these integrated systems, including insight as to:
Ultra’s independent, expert guidance helps you understand:
C-Level, Operations, Production, Quality and other leaders from manufacturing, distribution project teams looking to benefit from true transformation leveraging manufacturing ERP solutions.
George Trudell has over 25 years supply chain and technology experience helping mid-sized companies improve their businesses. He worked in industry for 15 years as a Corporate Director of Supply Chain, Planning Manager, Strategic Planning and Master Scheduler. He has worked in consulting for almost 15 years, from Senior Consultant to Partner at Grant Thornton, McGladrey, and now Ultra Corporation. George has selected and implemented ERP systems at each step in his career, leading ERP projects from both perspectives (industry and consulting). In 2010, George re-joined Ultra after working for Ultra for 3.5 years in the early 2000’s.
As a consultant he has led over 40 ERP Selection and Implementation projects, working with all major ERP and CRM vendors including SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, Infor, QAD, Epicor, IFS, Sage, and Consona. His ability to lead his clients through process change enabled by ERP systems is his strength. George has deep experience with both process and discrete clients and ERP projects.
George has his BBA from The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School. He is APICS certified, and taught classes and spoken at conferences and dinner meetings, on the topics of Business Process Improvement, ERP Selection and Implementation.