Adding value to something automatically makes me think time, money and/or an improved product or service. If I have more time and more money and a better end result, job done! But that's just the answer, and if you've even completed high school mathematics, you'll know that focussing on the answer is rarely the way to find it. So let's take a few steps back, into the process.
Decreasing Cost and Increasing Benefits for Your ERP Investment
According to ZDNet and Panorama Consulting Solutions, who conduct annual surveys of ERP buyers, 2014 was the year where smaller ERP projects actually had more delays than larger projects. Looking back to the previous year, 2013 saw more and smaller projects than previous years and cost overruns remaining constant at 53-56 per cent between 2011 and 2013. However, the most concerning element of the report was that an increasing number of respondents reported reduced levels of benefit from their ERP investment. Even a 'smaller' ERP project is an huge undertaking in time, effort and adapting to change.
Torque Management Appointment as Tibco Nimbus® Reseller
Business Process Management (BPM) Consultancy, Torque Management, is pleased to announce its appointment as a value-added reseller of the Tibco Nimbus® product (www.tibco.com). Under this agreement Torque Management will sell Tibco Nimbus software and deliver first-level support and ancillary services for the software.
A Case Study: Harmonisation of Business Processes & Development of an ERP System for One of the World's Leading Building Materials Firms Using Rapid System™Last week we shared an infographic, detailing the phases of Rapid System™ and how it saves time and brings better results for IT and ERP projects. Here, we offer a more in-depth look at how this works in real life. Click here if you would like to download a more detailed case study.
Is there a faster way to carry out IT and ERP projects?
Introducing a new IT or ERP system is a huge undertaking for organisations but a decision which, once in place, will offer numerous rewards. The problems most organisations face is not with the systems or software themselves, but with the implementation of them.