What gets measured gets done, APICS Vancouver, APICS BC

This article appeared in May 2016 on the APICS website As an APICS Instructor (Association for Operations Management, formerly American Production and Inventory Control Society), I often say: You cannot manage what you do not measure What gets measured gets done What gets rewarded gets done – first While I am known for stating the […]

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Infor Syteline Webinar - Infor CloudSuite Workbench Webinar

Webinar: Get a 360-degree view of your customers with CRM and ERP solutions Check out this presentation on Infor SyteLine Workbench. Workbench is focused on having tailored, role-based home screens, featuring consolidated performance metrics, navigation shortcuts, process flows, and advanced report tools and search capabilities that can help everyone work faster and get better results. […]

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small business erp vancouver, erp vancouver, erp calgary

ERP systems aren’t just for big business anymore – medium and small business ERP systems have come a long way in very recent years. For very small shops with only a handful of employees, operations are often run on a disparate collection of applications, spreadsheets, accounting software and even some paper work. Often, different platforms […]

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field service managment vancouver bc, field service management software vancouver

We found this content on ITBusinessEdge.com, and were immediately reminded of one of the greatest values of ERP Systems: To get better insight into a company and enable the team to provide better customer service, which pays off in a healthier company. So, with that in mind, especially from the perspective of Field Workers and […]

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why do ERP projects fail

While planning a successful ERP roll out, it’s helpful to look at implementations that were not successful with an eye to not making those same mistakes. Gartner reports that 75% of all ERP projects fail – Independent researcher Vanson Bourne looks into some of the reasons why: Why Do ERP Projects Fail? Bourne emphasizes that […]

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