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BlogLive with your ERP! But what’s next?

26/05/2017 - Peter Gerhardt

After a difficult and intensive implementation project, you are finally there: the go-live of your new ERP system! An important milestone and, for some, the end of a complicated and intensive process. But make no mistake; the go-live marks the end of the implementation, but it's also the start of a new phase. A phase in which various issues will ask for your attention and you must ensure that all of your efforts during the implementation have not been for nothing. Optimization projects Not all issues can be included in the ERP implementation. You focus on the most important issues and other topics will only be addressed after the go-live. These optimization projects are implementations on their own and should be addressed in the...

Why the CFO should embrace BI

19/05/2017 - Philip van Kemenade

BI stands for Business Intelligence and is the process of transforming data into information and then using the acquired knowledge to implement the right actions for the organization. For a financial manager within an organization, Business Intelligence is tremendously valuable. A powerful BI tool...

Get the most out of your ERP software with back-end support

12/05/2017 - Noor Shaikh

The most crucial element after an ERP implementation is ensuring the software performance is achieving desired results. This requires top quality support in all areas, including comprehensive back-end support. The back-end refers to everything the end user cannot see. Whereas front-end is more...

5 reasons why customizations in ERP lead to problems

05/05/2017 - Peter Gerhardt

With customizations to ERP software you depart from the standard solution developed by the ERP partner. The purpose of these customizations is, of course, to fully meet the specific requirements and wishes of your organization. Thus, you get exactly the functionalites in your system you are looking...

Why you should document the setup of your ERP system

28/04/2017 - Luuk Busschers

An ERP implementation always involves two teams, the customer and the supplier. In this collaboration you run the risk that not all activities or things agreed upon are communicated with each other and registered. This is also the case for the system setup. While it is, for now and in the future...

What to keep in mind when implementing ERP quickly

21/04/2017 - Peter Gerhardt

When starting up the implementation of new ERP software, you and your project team will carefully consider the planning, milestones, resources and everything else required to be well prepared for the go-live. However, circumstances might require your company to reduce the implementation time considerably, pushing you to go live much earlier than you would prefer. I have been through this a number of times and thus speak from a personal experience. These are interesting projects during which you should keep in mind the following issues. Conversion Start with the data conversion on day one. A system is as good as the data it contains. Without this data you are nowhere. Set priorities even more tight In a regular implementation...


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