Today, ERP is about managing complexity wherever it may be found in an organization.
But what if ERP could think? What if ERP could be intuitive?
This is what Dave Schwarber, director of Cincom’s Manufacturing Business Solutions division, addresses in his article “The road to intuitive ERP” published this week in Australia’s Technology Spectator.
“When implementing an ERP system, success does not come from the technology being implemented, but from the people involved in the project,” this according to Dave Schwarber, Cincom ERP Program Director.
Four lessons learned when it comes to making supply chains more accurate, efficient and focused on profitable long-term results.
Pursuing two-tier ERP strategies are emerging as a best practice throughout manufacturing. As a complex manufacturer, how do you know what strategies to pursue to reach success? The following seven strategies are lessons learned from market leaders, and further emphasize just how effective two-tier ERP strategies are for other complex manufacturers.
It’s intriguing to look at the factors that propel some companies to enter new segments and markets quickly and successfully, while others struggle just to stay competitive in one.
Considering two extremes—the young CIO who is just starting out and has been given the challenge of bringing state-of-the-art financial applications to mobile platforms, and the seasoned CIO who must revamp an entire accounting and financial management system in ten months—a series of predictions for 2012 emerge.