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Setting ERP Requirements for Today & Tomorrow 
Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 at 1pm CT (2pm ET)

Join this one-hour webinar presented in collaboration with Cre8tive Technology and Design to see firsthand the importance of setting ERP requirements.

When looking for a new ERP system, your organization should take the time to understand the key business issues driving the project. And that means not just issues facing you today, but those you anticipate in the future as the company grows. It’s all about requirements for today and tomorrow. Look internally and evaluate the level of readiness for ERP among your project team and throughout your company. This informative webinar helps companies jump-start their efforts when considering an ERP project.

Key Takeaways:

This webinar highlights the steps to take in order to understand how technology can accomplish your goals – by first putting the focus on ERP requirements.

You’ll leave this one-hour webinar with actionable insight related to:

  • Why is a strategic approach to setting ERP requirements important?
  • How can teams define requirements related to selection, implementation or post-implementation ROI?
  • What’s the path to linking requirements to ROI?
  • What happens when teams don’t work through careful requirements definition?

Who Should Attend:

C-Level, IT, Operations, Production, Quality and other leaders from manufacturing project teams looking to benefit from true transformation leveraging manufacturing ERP solutions.

Featured Speakers:


Bob Aronson 

As Vice President of Cre8tive Technology and Design, Bob has more than 30 years of executive leadership and sales experience in software and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).

As the former Senior Vice President of Sales at Epicor, Aronson was responsible for building sales teams, developing America’s sales strategies, opening new markets, and establishing strong partner networks.

Previous to Epicor, Aronson worked as Director of Industry Sales and Manufacturing Industry Manager at Microsoft. He also served as a captain in the US Air Force, working with NASA and the space program.