ERP and Lean Initiative Testimonies

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Today's ERP and Lean Initiative Testimonials
Monitoring and tracking many internet activities relative to business, manufacturing, lean and beneficial technologies helps us stay up to date.  In business, change is what we must do just to keep up with the pace.  We should change "business" to “CHANGENESS” because it never stops.  Just when you thought you had your ducks lined up, the game switches and you need a new tool set. 



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Tags: ERP, Lean, Implementation, SYSPRO

ERP Implementation is Historically Bad

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Why, then, is the experience historically bad?
When no one "knows" what ERP is and how to get it implemented it is, seemingly, an impossible task.  Above all, a properly defined, well documented, implementation methodology system is the key to a successful ERP transition.



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SYSPRO 6.1 Executive Dashboards

Posted by Gerry Poe


SYSPRO Executive Dashboards enables interactive access to  visual representations of real-time data. Additionally providing executives with measurement, monitoring and what-if analysis tools to leverage strategic advantage of their ERP investment.

The Benefits of Executive Dashboards

  • Access to real-time data in your ERP system without the need to incur the large investment of time, hardware and licensing typically associated with business intelligence solutions.
  • Provision of a number of predefined dashboards to enable an immediate view on business processes.
  • The flexibility to enhance the dashboards or even build custom applications.
  • Seamlessly integrated into the SYSPRO ERP solution.


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Tags: ERP Software, Lean Operations, Implementation, Integration

Enterprise Performance Management - ERP Software

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Business Perspective:  The role of Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) is to help bridge the gap between strategy and execution by providing a framework in which information can be delivered in the appropriate way and at the right time, so that plans can be reviewed, objective progress assessed, and performance evaluated.



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ERP Software Centralized Administration Benefits

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Business Perspective:  Businesses today require user permissions, screen management, activity auditing, reporting and compliance to regulatory and internal standards. Their ERP system must be advanced to accommodate these needs without code-and-wait cycles.  Simply configure, train and use is our motto for SYSPRO 6.1 the enterprise solution.



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Secret to Outstanding ERP Implementation

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Studies are revealing that the majority of ERP implementations are failing to achieve the anticipated return on investment.  According to Carol Ptak, past President of APICS, approximately 60 to 90 percent of companies implementing ERP systems fail to meet their ROI objectives.

The implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning system is a major corporate project that must have clearly defined objectives and must have a predetermined reasonable rate of return on the investment.  One way the rate of return can be measured is by improvement in net income.



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Tags: ERP Software, Enterprise Success, Implementation, Enterprise Resource Planning Software

Power Tailoring in SYSPRO Lingo Means Ease-of-Use

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Business Perspective:  What results with power tailoring a flexible ERP system is a practical business toolset with ease-of-use.   If you need to customize the look and feel of normally complex screens to just what you need, the way you think it should be; where do you turn?  Does your current ERP software have the flexbility and customization options?



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How to have successful ERP implementation

Posted by Gerry Poe


The most difficult project a business undertakes may be ERP implementation.  Before the ERP software goes live, there are moments of agonizing as the team asks “Who was the genius that thought this up?”  Tension and anxiety is soon followed by an “ah-ha” which brings the staff together to celebrate the new processes.  At the end of the ERP project, it becomes obvious that the time and effort to implement ERP will be well worth the short term bumps.



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Tags: ERP, Implementation, Enterprise Resource Planning Software

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