Monthly Archives - April 2015

Some Things Never Change

In an article entitled “People First, Technology Second” author Eric Kimberling points out that while the technological (and technical) landscape of ERP have changed much over the past twenty [...]


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Microsoft Insiders Share a Few Thoughts on the Future of NAV

An article just published on April 9th by Linda Rosencrance, a freelance tech writer who writes often about Microsoft and Dynamics, highlights the importance Microsoft has placed on [...]


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Set The Bar High: Achieving ROI with ERP

Once again, Eric Kimberling of Panorama Consulting has penned some good tips about achieving a fair return on investment on your ERP implementation.  In this case, he touts [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: April 23, 2015

Study Shows: Efficiency and Performance Count Most – Not Just Hot Trends – In ERP

According to the “2015 Enterprise Solution Study” recently published by Mint Jutras, which bills itself as “an independent research-based consulting firm that specializes in analyzing the business impact of [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: April 21, 2015

7 Myths of Business Process Reengineering in ERP

As ERP consultants we frequently and regularly preach to our customers and prospective customers the value and importance of analyzing their processes before an ERP implementation (and sometimes [...]


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Using “Cubes” To Better Understand Your Own Business’ Analytics

We’re borrowing from a Product Manager by the name of Steve Little at Jet Reports today to talk about a powerful tool that many are just beginning to [...]


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What’s Your Decision Making Style?

An interesting sidebar comes today, if a tad off-topic, from another APICS article, this one from Peter J. Sherman a Certified Supply Chain Professional living in Atlanta, GA.  [...]


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So When Will You Be Replaced by a Robot?

Gartner Research in a recent report predicted that a third of all jobs will be lost to automation within a decade.  And within two decades, according to economists [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: April 7, 2015

Drum-Buffer-Rope: A Simple Way to Limit Inventory Issues

As a recent article in APICS Magazine points out, “while containing an issue and eliminating an issue are different things, containment does help keep the problem from getting [...]


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