Could ERP Efficiencies Be Hiding In Plain Sight?
Many organizations implementing ERP drive hard to go-live, but once the system is up and running they fail to optimize for the changing business environment. Where they could utilize ERP efficiencies within the system, they are ultimately leaving money on the table. Read more
8 Attitudes Toward an Optimized Business Application
Recently, the CFO from one of our mid-market clients reminisced with one of our business consultants about how enthusiastic she was when MSS helped her company select and implement their business application back in 2011. As an optimized business application, it delivered on all of their requirements.
The software application aligned perfectly with the company’s strategic, business and technology goals. As a result, her organization saw immediate return on their investment and made great strides. But, after several years the thrill was gone. They felt they had squeezed all they could from their investment. Read more
9 Truths for Achieving Change through ERP Implementation
Post ERP implementation blues are problematic for a number of reasons not the least of which is the decline of the collaborative and empowered culture that the implementation tends to create. A common cause for ERP sub-optimization is that most companies do not plan sufficiently to sustain the culture required to achieve the full benefits if the system. While leaders often consider the need for ongoing technology development and maintenance, it is just as important that they plan for cultural sustainability. Read more