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News and Information on the Business of ERP from Virtutem
Your billing department is critical to your success as an organization – this department is responsible for generating the income that funds your daily…
This is ERP Want to hear a secret? Organizations of all sizes – from SMBs to multinational conglomerates – are achieving new levels of operational effectiveness, customer responsiveness, employee satisfaction, and profitability through Enterprise...
Alwyn Francis established the company that is now known as Virtutem in 2008. The company soon became the premier consultants offering ERP services in North America for Infor’s LX, BPCS, and PRMS products. Mr. Francis assembled a team of highly qualified managers, consultants, and technologists in these and other ERP software platforms.
This week marks Virtutem’s ten year Anniversary. We took a moment to ask Alwyn Francis a few questions about the journey of the company:
Technological innovation has remarkably transformed “how” organizations do business but, along the way, it has also created certain assumptions about its effect on “who” does business.
The Virtutem team was lucky to have a chance to speak with Liz Quirk of Solutions Review. We wanted to ask her view on some of the most common questions we’ve heard since publishing our article ERP Implementation Tips for Overcoming In-House Operational Challenges and Resistance to Organizational Cultural Change.
Are your television viewing habits the same in 2018 as they were in 2008? Chances are, the answer is a definitive “no.” By looking at all sorts of data from multiple sources, breaking it apart and putting it back together in any way you see fit, you will note obvious trends in how people of all ages now prefer to consume their favorite programs.
Don’t get the wrong idea: we are not devoting this space to an analysis of the public’s viewing habits. What interests us are the societal trends of how people in general – and business leaders in particular – consume information.
The continuing viability of your business has always been dependent on a willingness to adapt to changing market trends and take advantage of new economic realities. As a decision-maker, it is often your responsibility to advocate on behalf of fresh approaches that, at first glance, may not always appear to be in the best interests of other stakeholders in the organization.
Presenting a concise definition for a term as broad as “digital transformation” is asking a lot. But if that’s the challenge, we offer three responses: (1) connectivity, (2) automation, and (3) operational effectiveness.
You already know that there’s much more to it than that. We could spend this entire blog trying to develop an all-encompassing definition, but we’d be wasting our time and (more importantly) yours.
Our recent blog, ERP Implementation Tips for Overcoming In-House Operational Challenges and Resistance to Organizational Cultural Change, lists some of our best pointers for a successful transition to Cloud-based ERP systems. One of our recommendations is...
ERP Implementation Tips for Overcoming In-House Operational Challenges and Resistance to Organizational Cultural Change
The process of transitioning to a Cloud-based ERP system has (justifiably) developed a reputation for being a complicated process, but this kind of digital transformation is only possible with the support of your employees. Here are some ERP implementation tips.