Monthly Archives: April 2013

Are Failed ERP Projects Like Airplane Chrashes?

As far as I am aware no-one has ever died or gotten seriously injured from a failed ERP project, so maybe myĀ analogy probably isn’t absolutely accurate, but let me explain my point. In my 20 years plus of implementing ERP … Continue reading

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We Have Turned a Corner…

There has now been more than 1,000 visitors to the blog since it began around Christmas. A BIG thanks to all of you for taking time out to read my posts. Also, a SMALL sorry for not having written on … Continue reading

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Tracing MRP

Finally, Microsoft has come to the conclusion that instead of adding new algorithms and esoteric features to Master Planning, it would be worth making what we have already more user-friendly and interpretable to the user. As some of you may … Continue reading

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