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BlogThis is why data conversion deserves more attention

20/04/2018 - Peter Gerhardt

Data conversion is an important part of the ERP implementation. You want to take over the data from the old ERP system as well as possible into the new ERP system. This is crucial for the organization in order to work successfully. Yet I often notice that data conversion is an underexposed part of the implementation and does not get the attention it deserves. Do not treat data conversion as a separate process Too often I see that the conversion process is apart from the regular implementation process. The data conversion is then treated as a separate, technical component of the implementation. The more technically oriented employees focus completely on converting the data from the old system to the new system. They do not consider the...

The levels of ERP software support

13/04/2018 - Wilbert Schreurs

If you have questions or problems with the ERP system in your organization, you want to be helped quickly and adequately. After all, you do not want to be obstructed or delayed in your daily activities. Fortunately, there is always someone who can help you. You can resolve more yourself than you...

Successful process testing in your software system

06/04/2018 - René Welmerink

Software systems support processes. So it is important to carefully test whether your software system facilitates the processes within your organization properly. A few tips to help you with this: Use process flow charts Make sure that the most important processes in your organization are...

Get a grip on the data in your ERP system

30/03/2018 - Peter Gerhardt

With every ERP implementation it is a topic of conversation: how do we deal with the data from the old system? And more specific: how do we deal with all the data pollution that has arisen over time and the problems this has caused? Data are often entered in the system inconsistently, incomplete or...

These are the main characters in your ERP project

23/03/2018 - Alex Bouwmeester

An ERP implementation is comprehensive. On the customer side, all departments including management are involved, and from the software partner various specialists are involved. This requires a structured approach in which everyone plays their own role with their own specific tasks and...

Developing new software features? Keep this in mind!

16/03/2018 - Peter Conijn

With new software functionalities you need to look much broader and further than just the problem and the solution you develop for this. The new features you develop have an impact on your organization, on other business processes and data, on the future, on other applications... in other words: on your success! Have you thought about all the factors that you impact with new software functionalities before you start developing? Are you developing what was intended? Various people are involved in the development of software, each with its own interpretation of the same subject. The customer has a problem and describes this from his perspective, the consultant interprets it from his own perspective, the engineer looks at the resulting...

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