Monthly Archives - March 2014

The Recently Declining Future of Cloud ERP

A recent article from Panorama Consulting  [link may require registration] points out that the adoption rate for so-called cloud-based ERP systems is declining at a rather precipitous rate.  According [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 27, 2014

Continuous Process Improvement: Have You Heard of iTLS?

The MRP realms embraced by the sometimes complementary sometimes competitive disciplines known as TOC (Theory of Constraints), Lean, and Six Sigma have been integrated into a “united” theory [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 25, 2014

News About Microsoft Dynamics For the Year Ahead

Microsoft recently convened its annual Convergence conference, and some of the announcements and trends were worth noting, especially for our Dynamics NAV clients… Perhaps most notable was the fact [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 20, 2014

Justifying ERP Costs (Part 3 of 3)

In our previous two posts here and here we looked at some of the very real “hard” costs, or tangible benefits, that are typically derived from a successful [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 18, 2014

Justifying ERP Costs (Part 2 of 3)

In our previous post we discussed two very real, very important cost benefits that accrue to companies who successfully deploy ERP systems.  The improvements to inventory and receivables [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 13, 2014

Justifying ERP Costs

A recent article from an outfit that provides a variety of product info and comparisons to businesses, called Compare Business Products in Palo Alto, made some good points [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 11, 2014

NAV Keyboard Shortcuts

This is one is strictly for our Microsoft Dynamics NAV users… But we just had to post these for that subset of our audience, because, well… they just [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 6, 2014

The Three Key Causes of ERP Failure

After 20 or more years of implementing ERP systems, we tend to carry our own opinions about what makes projects failures… or successes.  But it’s always good to [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: March 4, 2014