Tag - SYSPRO Process Modeling

The Perfect Partner in ERP The Perfect Partner in ERP The Perfect Partner in ERP

The Perfect Partner in ERP

Author: | Post Date: 03 Feb 2015

Regular readers of the blog may remember my post “owning change” written just after my wedding in November 2013.  It doesn’t take a maths genius to work out that it took me a few more years than most to find my perfect partner.  Fortunately finding the perfect partner in ERP wasn’t so difficult.  I first saw SYSPRO in 2001 and have been a dedicated [...]


Five Requirements for ERP Implementation Success Five Requirements for ERP Implementation Success Five Requirements for ERP Implementation Success

Five Requirements for ERP Implementation Success

Author: | Post Date: 20 Jun 2014

Like any major project, ERP implementations go best when planned in advance. Larger companies can dedicate multiple senior executives as well as teams of junior stakeholders to an ERP project. Smaller companies, on the other hand, can’t dedicate the same number of people to a project, but they do not require the same detail when planning an ERP project. (more…)


Four tips for starting an ERP project Four tips for starting an ERP project Four tips for starting an ERP project

Four tips for starting an ERP project

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

We have previously discussed how an ERP system can help a business, and also provided some suggestions on how to select an ERP solution. But if you have read some of the stories about ERP project problems you might wonder if it is worth the risk. The answer to this is twofold. Read more…


SYSPRO Quantum Architecture –Business Management of Material, Costs and Cash –Part 2 SYSPRO Quantum Architecture –Business Management of Material, Costs and Cash –Part 2 SYSPRO Quantum Architecture –Business Management of Material, Costs and Cash –Part 2

SYSPRO Quantum Architecture –Business Management of Material, Costs and Cash –Part 2

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

On my previous post, I blogged about how Einstein’s Theory of Relativity inspired the SYSPRO USA go-to-market campaign ‘S=MC²’; where S = SYSPRO ERP, M = Material and C² refers to Cost and Cash. This is about using amazing technology to get back to basics. Managing your assets and material, managing costs through efficiencies and visibility and managing the most important business resource there [...]


Celebrating Dynamism Within the IT Industry Celebrating Dynamism Within the IT Industry Celebrating Dynamism Within the IT Industry

Celebrating Dynamism Within the IT Industry

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

With the festive season just past, it got me thinking about a friend and colleague who in my opinion encapsulates the very essence of a human firecracker! I’m referring to Trudy Deuchar, Group Business Operations & Information Manager for the Jasco group of companies, who over the last two years has played a pivotal role in completely modernizing, and indeed revolutionizing Jasco’s information systems. [...]


Managing Governance and Compliance Managing Governance and Compliance Managing Governance and Compliance

Managing Governance and Compliance

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

Ten years ago, in 2002, a law was passed in the US Congress that has had a lasting effect on business. The law was Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and introduced sweeping changes to financial reporting. Other countries followed suit, and now wherever you go the regulatory requirements for governance and compliance reporting have continued to grow. This includes other areas of businesses as well, including: manufacturing, [...]


Choreograph your ERP tools and Dance on the Boardroom Table Choreograph your ERP tools and Dance on the Boardroom Table Choreograph your ERP tools and Dance on the Boardroom Table

Choreograph your ERP tools and Dance on the Boardroom Table

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

Every year, ballet companies all over the world revive The Nutcracker; the classical fairy tale set to the music of Tchaikovsky, drawing young and old to theatres and dazzling them for hours with its beauty, grace and captivating story line. Here the choreographer weaves together some of the most beautiful dances ever conceived to produce endless sequences of sheer ballet fantasy. (more…)


Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 2 Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 2 Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 2

Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 2

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

Part 2: Changing the system as business realities change Hands up all those who have started implementing an ERP system and not had to deal with changes as the project progresses. No one? I am not surprised. Has anyone gone live with an ERP project and never had any changes afterwards? The reality of any ERP project is that scope changes occur during the project, [...]


Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 1 Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 1 Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 1

Implementing ERP more effectively – Part 1

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

Part 1: Building a house on a solid foundation You can hardly miss it these days: questions about why Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) projects hit problems, or worse, fail, appear on so many websites. I have seen many ERP implementations and thought I had some answers, but it was only after I had been involved in building a house that I could see the similarities [...]


From getting lost to getting there From getting lost to getting there From getting lost to getting there

From getting lost to getting there

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

Isn’t it interesting how people give route directions differently, each believing to get the listener to his rightful destination in his own way? So often they start off with: “You know where XYZ café is? Well, from there take ….” Others may draw a crude sketch, showing the number of traffic lights you need to cross before turning left; but always adding “I think” [...]



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