Category: Project Management

How Can NetSuite Manufacturing Software Help Companies Focus On Outcomes?

Posted in Project Management on April 1, 2013

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Do you obsess over adding new tools to your Big Data analysis projects instead of focusing on the end goal? An article on the Enterprise Irregulars website says it’s more important to focus on outcomes than the technology you use. NetSuite manufacturing software is easy to customize to help you gain insight into business performance.

4 Tips For A Successful Manufacturing ERP Software Implementation

Posted in Project Management on March 28, 2013

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Too many companies are struggling to achieve benefits from a manufacturing ERP software implementation. A post on the Panorama Consulting Solutions 360-degree ERP blog advises that companies start with a quantifiable business case, realize their business processes must be reengineered and use organizational change management for business benefits.

Why Is A Business Partner Key To A Successful Manufacturing ERP Software Implementation?

Posted in Project Management on March 19, 2013

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The most important parameter that makes an ERP project successful is a good business partner. Do you have one? A new study featured in an article on the ZDNet website found that the actual success rate of manufacturing ERP software implementation is elusive. Many respondents likely were ignoring the company’s main objectives.

4 Keys To Avoiding Manufacturing ERP Software Implementation Problems

Posted in Project Management on March 7, 2013

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Don’t be an ERP horror story. An article on the Panorama Consulting Solutions website relays the example of how the U.S. Air Force didn’t succeed when trying to implement an ERP system last year. Lessons can be learned from such IT problems. Always remember that investing in manufacturing ERP software should be done with an industry partner.