Mr. George hires a very efficient car to take a long road journey in the hills. Can he rely on a driver who has never driven in the hilly terrain? Can he embark on the journey without a route map or a GPS? Similarly will you consider an ERP which does not have experienced implementation partners or a well-defined implementation methodology? So what should a company evaluating an ERP should look for, when it comes to implementation capabilities?
Evaluating ERP software is a long and tedious process. The evaluation is carried out on multiple dimensions e.g. technology, functional fit, implementation & support capabilities, future readiness etc. Functional fit or the features of an ERP play a dominant role in the decision making process. Let us look at a few pieces of information and try to connect the dots.
2017 is here and the supply chain and logistics landscape is excited to gain insights into what's in store for them. The top 10 trending aspects of the coming year reflect a mix of data-enabled technologies, approaches, solutions, and parameters. Often charged with being the slowest adopters of change, supply chain stakeholders can certainly look forward to a supersonic drive across the landscape empowered by the benefits they can derive from these trendsetters for the year 2017.
Industrial development is growing at a rapid speed and the only way to measure is by the number of technology innovations being churned out in the Industry. Recent years have seen asset management emerge from the backroom and being recognized as a powerful force that can help an enterprise achieve its strategic business aims in collaboration with the technology.
The logistics landscape has evolved immensely over the years, yet the jagged road of uncertainty cripples its progress at every stage from warehousing to transportation. With infinite variables across stages, even one misstep leads to complete breakdown of the entire chain.