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You just came from ‘that’ meeting. The one where they said, we need to upgrade/purchase an Enterprise Application [Insert CRM, MRP, ERP, HRMS, etc. here] and it needs to be implemented by [Insert date here]. Okay, where to start? Take a deep breath and follow these three simple steps to ensure that you come out looking like a hero. 1. DO NOT skimp on the planning. 2. Make/Use of a visual project board or application to keep the project on track. 3. Promote your Vendor to Part
You might not even know what SQL Server is, but if your I.T. network is larger than a couple of computers, chances are you have it. SQL Server is a Database Management System, which means it hosts information like your clients, vendors, and other business data. Many applications including financial systems, customer relationship applications, Intranet sites, and backup systems use SQL Server to host their databases. It is a powerful and versatile systems that makes your prog
“The last happy day most businesses have is when they buy a new ERP [or CRM] system, it usually goes bad from there. “– A colleague in discussion about an unhappy client in 2016. So, you spent a ton of money on a new ERP, CRM, or financial system. Your vendor is ready to go. They keep pushing to begin mapping your business processes to their technology platform. Everything is smooth sailing from here, right? Wrong. This is the usual turning point when most implementations