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Benefits of a partnership approach when implementing an ERP system

One of the questions I’m often asked by clients is: “How long will it take to implement a project and when can we ‘go live’?” It’s a reasonable question, because timescales are important, particularly when you’re starting something new. However, before we can answer that question, potential clients need to consider one from us: “How […]

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How Electronic Proof of Delivery Solution Streamlines Multiple Manual Tasks

An electronic proof of delivery (ePOD) system can make delivery and collection processes quicker, smoother and more efficient. CBIZ was asked by Metalliform, a table and chair manufacturer for schools and offices, to help them find a more effective solution to the one they were currently using. Metalliform’s Previous System Before implementing the fleXipod (electronic […]

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5 Signs Your Microsoft Dynamics NAV Project Is Managed Well

Many organisations seek to digitally transform their business with Microsoft Dynamics NAV to improve productivity and enable growth. However, instead of the promised leaps in innovation and efficiency, many projects fail. A meagre 29% of IT software projects succeed according to the Standish Group Chaos Report. One reason for this is not engaging or managing […]

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Teamwork for ERP Implementation

Why teamwork is the most important part of your ERP implementation

Following on from our last post about what we expect, we wanted to talk to you about TEAMWORK. Provider and customer both have a duty to carry out an ERP implementation together. After all, neither of them can do the job alone. Some companies can be a little wary of their ERP provider. Afterall, they […]

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Expectations

What do we expect?

Expectations play a large role in implementing an ERP project. And is often the difference between satisfaction or disappointment about the process and getting results Halfway every ERP project, a substantial transformation takes place. After signing neccessary contracts there is a massive change of people who are directly involved. On the side of the customer, […]

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ERP - Cost or Investment?

ERP-Software: cost or investment?

Traditionally, ERP software is regarded as a cost. And though the conviction that the quality of available information influences the results of the company is spreading, cost-oriented thinking is still influencing companies greatly. Many companies are unhappy with their current software. Too much complexity in usage, shortcomings in innovation and insufficient flexibility are widespread complaints. […]

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