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Ready for ERP in 2018? 8 Steps to Prepare Your Organization
Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 1pm CT/2pm ET
Join Ultra Consultants on Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 1PM CST for a one-hour webinar on assessing your organization’s readiness in preparing for your ERP project.
When looking for a new ERP system, your organization should take the time to evaluate software vendors and their systems to find the best fit for your needs. Equally important is to look internally and evaluate the level of readiness for ERP amongst your project team and throughout your company. ‘Ready for ERP? 8 Steps to Preparing Your Organization’ is a webinar designed for companies who are considering investing in or have started planning an ERP project.
- Get the details on the 8 steps to preparing for ERP:
- Executive Support
- Project Management
- Project Team
- Business Processes
- Information Technology
- Present your unique project needs and questions for expert answers
- Learn how Ultra’s business process improvement methodology helps a company drive transformative ERP implementation
The question of preparation is of utmost importance, and have much to do with the overall effectiveness of your ERP selection and implementation. Manufacturing and distribution companies considering investing in a new ERP solution can’t afford to miss this complementary webinar.
Reserve your spot now to learn about the 8 steps to preparing your organization for ERP.
Please email Catherine Ramos email@example.com for more information.
George Trudell, Senior Consultant, has more than 25 years supply chain and technology experience helping mid-sized manufacturing and distribution 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)