Author - Tiffany Gierke

Tiffany Gierke

Tiffany Gierke
Tiffany Gierke

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Tiffany Gierke is the Head of Education at SYSPRO, and has been at the company since 2005. Together with her team, she produces education material in the form of training guides, feature demonstrations and interactive e-Learning modules. Being responsible for getting the latest product information out to the territory offices means that she is constantly learning about the latest and greatest SYSPRO has to offer. Tiffany feels that SYSPRO’s customization and personalization capabilities make the product exciting and ahead of the ERP game. Tiffany is an avid globetrotter and when she’s not running around the office take notes, she’s running around other countries taking photos.

Blogs by Tiffany



How to influence ERP learners – just what the doctor ordered How to influence ERP learners – just what the doctor ordered How to influence ERP learners – just what the doctor ordered

How to influence ERP learners – just what the doctor ordered

Author: | Post Date: 15 Oct 2015

It’s October, my birthday month. For some strange reason, I feel some sort of comradery with people born in October; a feeling that we all have something special about us. So I was pleased to see that Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson was born on October 5th, close to my birth date. This man definitely has something special about him. (more…)


Visibility is key to business sustainability Visibility is key to business sustainability Visibility is key to business sustainability

Visibility is key to business sustainability

Author: | Post Date: 16 Jul 2015

When asked to think about sustainable energy within a business environment, I’m sure that integrated databases, Business Intelligence dashboards, web design and cloud computing are not the first thoughts that come to mind. Instead you are probably picturing recycle bins, wind turbines and solar panels. (more…)


Getting a Good View Getting a Good View Getting a Good View

Getting a Good View

Author: | Post Date: 09 Jul 2015

The Tour de France is underway and I, for one, could not be happier. While some women may watch it for the men in tight pants, I watch primarily for the race’s backdrop. The view from the top reveals spectacular scenery and the hidden gems that riders traverse. I am so enthralled with these places that following the tour is on my bucket list.  [...]


ERP at Your Service ERP at Your Service ERP at Your Service

ERP at Your Service

Author: | Post Date: 18 Jun 2015

If you haven’t heard about Uber, I am going to make the assumption that you have been living under a rock, or less dramatically, live and work on the outskirts of the city. So, for those of you who might fall under these two categories, Uber provides an app that allows you to find a taxi nearest you, request a driver, enter the address [...]


Mapping the Supply Chain Mapping the Supply Chain Mapping the Supply Chain

Mapping the Supply Chain

Author: | Post Date: 07 May 2015

When sitting down to a meal, do you ever take a moment to think about where the food came from? Sadly, I think most people would say the local supermarket. On a larger scale, a study by KPMG found that nearly half of global manufacturers don’t have any visibility past their direct suppliers. Meaning they cannot see beyond them, to their suppliers’ suppliers. This can [...]


Be Part of the Circular Economy Be Part of the Circular Economy Be Part of the Circular Economy

Be Part of the Circular Economy

Author: | Post Date: 12 Mar 2015

Death. It’s guaranteed, the one thing we can’t avoid. Its imminent arrival sparks many emotions, debates, rites and rituals. People spend thousands each year on funeral policies and think up elaborate last wills and testaments to plan for what will happen to them once the grim reaper has paid them a visit. With so much time, energy and expense invested in what happens after we [...]


The App Games The App Games The App Games

The App Games

Author: | Post Date: 05 Feb 2015

I admit I am a Hunger Games fan. I read all three books in a week and vowed to take archery lessons. And I am not the only one, judging by the number of books sold. In 2012, Suzanne Collins’s trilogy sold 27.7 million copies (print and eBooks combined). So what makes the story so compelling? Well, unlike the ho-hum of Survivor-like programs, in The [...]


From Waste to Clean Water From Waste to Clean Water From Waste to Clean Water

From Waste to Clean Water

Author: | Post Date: 27 Jan 2015

Say the word ‘sustainability’ and you may get a few yawns and a couple of questioning “huhs?” In my experience, it does not get the conversation going or even the creative juices flowing. But saying the word “pooh” will most certainly get a reaction and everybody has a bodily function story. (more…)



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