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BlogThe devil’s square in ERP

13/11/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

There are many factors that influence the success of an ERP implementation. The key to success lies in focusing on four aspects that are also interconnected. Together they form the devil's square in ERP. The four aspects of the devil's square are: Costs Time Quality Scope And they are without a doubt linked together. For example, if you want to increase the quality and shorten the time, costs will rise and you will have to make concessions in functionality. By giving every aspect the right attention, your ERP project will be a success. 1. Costs An important objective or even a requirement is that the ERP project is completed within budget. By setting up a detailed budget with several phases and milestones you will be able to...

4 major ERP trends for 2021

06/11/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

Technology and software are developing at lightning speed. Now that we are in the last months of 2020, it is a good time to look ahead to 2021; what trends can we expect in 2021 that will have a strong impact on how ERP is developed, implemented, but especially how it is used by organizations and...

4 reasons why you want to be an ERP key user

30/10/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

ERP key users play an important role in the implementation of new business software. They optimize processes, test the software and provide internal training and support. That takes a lot of time in addition to the regular work you do. But did you also think of these four benefits of being an ERP...

How to successfully manage your equipment rental fleet

23/10/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

The rental department of equipment dealers contributes heavily to the business results, but at the same time it is also one of the most challenging departments to manage successfully. Only with the right business processes, supported by complete rental management software, you can get the most out...

Say goodbye to customized business software

16/10/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

"Tell us what you want and we will build it for you." For years that was the motto in the world of business software. And while it may sound like you are developing a dream system this way, you are much more likely to create a nightmare. That is why it's time to say goodbye to customized business...

4 reasons why Business Central is easy to learn and use

09/10/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is embraced by more and more companies. One of the key benefits of Business Central is that you quickly learn how to use the system. This shortens the implementation project and ensures a pleasant user experience. But why is Business Central so easy to learn and use? 1. "Tell me what you want to do" Business Central's search function answers all your questions. This function can be consulted in the ribbon at the top of your screen at any time and not only helps you to find the right field or to get to the right page, it goes much further than that. For example, when you type "Payments", you will be offered the following help: Where payments are on the current page; What other pages there are...


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