Tag Archive: ERP implementations

The Calm After the Storm

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While driving up the street to my house on the way back from driving both directions to the port of San Pedro for a port tour in a horrific storm (for Southern California), I see the calm after the storm. Southern Californians know just how challenging the rush hour freeways can be in a rain shower, and so it is especially significant to see the beautiful effects that can come from such havoc. How many times do we get caught up in some sort of storm at work (ERP implementations, merger or acquisition, a major change project such as a…
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Unscrambling a Challenged System Implementation

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From time to time, we receive a call from a client dealing with a challenged ERP implementation. Unfortunately, “challenged” is a nice word for most of these! Of course, by the time the client calls, they have spent a lot of money and are frustrated which isn’t a great starting point because unscrambling the situation is never an easy endeavor — assuming you want to provide service and make money. Unscrambling these scenarios requires a unique combination of skills: 1. System thinking – as odd as it sounds, there is NOT a need for experience in the specific system. Certainly,…
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