Is your ERP your most valuable employee? Here’s how to write the job description your company deserves.
Here’s a question you probably haven’t heard before: If your ERP was an employee, would you promote it or put it on a performance plan?
Whether your system is stuck in the ‘80s or you’re running on a modern solution, you should be actively evaluating your ERP’s job description within your organization. Just as you would a top performer, you need to develop a clear career path for your technology to keep pace with the changes facing your business.
In this May 9th webinar, along with special guest Eide Bailly, we will look at your ERP through the lens of a top performing employee. By defining the role your technology needs to fulfill in your organization, you can better identify and develop an ERP that improves your operational efficiency and spurs growth.
What you’ll learn:
- The skills a modern “employee” would provide your business
- How to define your specific M&D job requirements
- The key components of a good ERP job description and career path
- How to “peer review” your current system
- How the right ERP should be more than just an accounting tool, it should be your most valuable employee
Who Should Attend?
- C-Level leaders of manufacturing, distribution organizations
- Directors of Finance, Accounting
- Vice Presidents and General Managers
- Operations Leaders
- ERP, IT Administrators
About Eide Bailly:
In addition to being a Top 25 CPA firm, Eide Bailly is an award-winning NetSuite Partner of the Year with over 75 successful distribution and manufacturing client implementations on the NetSuite ERP platform. Specializing in functional ERP implementations and integrations that scale, our client satisfaction speaks for itself. Learn more about Eide Bailly
Dylan Howard, Business Development ManagerUltra ConsultantsAs Business Development Manager at Ultra Consultants, Dylan helps mid-market manufacturers and distributors effectively tackle projects with process re-engineering, enterprise technology selection, change and risk management, program design, and implementation management services.
Michael Wakefield, Principal ConsultantEide BaillyMichael Wakefield believes in business systems that deliver measurable results. After all, what good is a tool that doesn’t help you achieve your goals? He works with manufacturing industry leaders to improve operations and optimize their ERP to reach their organizational objectives.