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ERP Health Check – Is Your Business at Risk?
Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, 1PM CT/2PM ET
Time for your check up? It is if you seek to ascertain the value of current business processes, along with the risks your organization likely faces with legacy or outdated ERP.
Join a one-hour “Lunch & Learn” webinar taking place Thursday Sept. 21, 2017 at 1PM CT/2PM ET for actionable steps when considering the health and performance of your ERP system.
The webinar shares key considerations for an ERP “health check-up” which is at the core of your business. Understand the measures of the maturity and health of your system as you begin thinking about upgrading or replacing standalone systems and manual spreadsheets now used to run key business functions.
Reserve Your Spot
Don’t miss this chance to gain insight into the elements of a checklist to begin assessing your ERP maturity and health. All registrants to the webinar will receive an archived recording to share with your colleagues. Questions? Email Catherine Ramos at firstname.lastname@example.org
What You’ll Learn:
- You will leave the session with guidance on critical questions to ask
- You will understand risks your business faces with outdated enterprise technology
- You will gain Insight to assess the value your current ERP delivers now and for future expansion
Who Should Attend?
- C-Level leaders of manufacturing, distribution organizations
- Vice Presidents and General Managers
- ERP, IT Practitioners
- Mid-level Managers concerned with Business Process Improvement
- Operations Leaders
- IT, ERP professionals
- Factors to consider in moving forward with new or upgraded ERP
- How ERP compares to and supports a business process improvement journey
- Aligning future state ERP to meet current, future needs
George Trudell, Senior Consultant, Ultra Consultants
Serving as host of the webinar, 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). 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.