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So the project has gone belly-up, what now? – An ERP insights post

Back in May of 2015, I published “When ERP projects go wrong” which was the 3rd in my ERP insights series. This was by far the most read of my posts, suggesting that it struck a chord with the Owners, Directors and CEO’s in the Small & Medium Enterprise (SME) space I write for. Having … Read moreSo the project has gone belly-up, what now? – An ERP insights post

When ERP projects go wrong

Last year I published The big 5 ERP selection errors a CEO should avoid and when Bob, a colleague in the USA saw it on LinkedIn, he was quick to confirm from his experience the veracity of my observations and in subsequent conversations gave me great material for this article from a recent project which I happily … Read moreWhen ERP projects go wrong

The big five ERP selection errors a CEO should avoid

The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Business Intelligence solution of any business can be viewed as its arterial network – enabling efficiency and delivering the actionable insight required to support growth. Here are the top five errors, CEOs should avoid to increase the success and return on investment (ROI) on any new ERP implementation. 1. Insufficient executive involvement in the … Read moreThe big five ERP selection errors a CEO should avoid

A dozen reasons to do something, anything, when your accounts package runs out of puff

There comes a time when a small business grows into a large business and your trusty accounting solution starts to object to the volume of transactions you are processing, or decides that it really does not like doing much more than basic bookkeeping. Depending on where in the world you are, your trusty accounting solution could be … Read moreA dozen reasons to do something, anything, when your accounts package runs out of puff