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Archive for February, 2007

The Shocking Fact Why Small Businesses Are Scared to Invest in CRM Solutions

The Shocking Fact Why Small Businesses Are Scared to Invest in CRM Solutions George Ishee What I have found is that most small business owners watch their cash like a hawk and they protect it with their life but they still need new clients. There are a lot of companies who market to the mid […]

How to Select and Implement an ERP System

How to Select and Implement an ERP System Michael Burns WHAT IS ERP? ERP is a term that is widely used yet probably not well understood. It stands for Enterprise Resource Planning and although it was initially targeted to manufacturing companies, today it encompasses any product that can be used across an enterprise. When implemented […]

The top 20 ERP implementation tips

We ran across an interesting article on the things you should do during an ERP implementation. Worth a read: The top 20 ERP implementation tips By Jan Stafford, Site Editor 22 Jun 2005 | SearchOpenSource.com An enterprise resource planning (ERP) software project can be daunting for first-timers or veterans handling a migration. Get started on […]

Having RICE with your ERP Implementation

When I first heard the term RICE, during a large ERP implementation, I thought it was a joke. What do you mean you want RICE? Do you want it with butter or soy sauce? It was explained to me later that RICE stands for: Reports Interfaces Conversions Extensions Come to find out, I was used […]

My ERP supplier has been acquired – now what?

With all the ERP consolidations going on (look at Infor, Sage, Oracle, etc.) it is hard to know what to do. This interesting article points out the issues surrounding the client of an acquired software. My ERP supplier has been acquired – now what? By Quocirca Published: Monday 5 February 2007 If your ERP vendor […]