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January 10, 2009

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sylphidre

Time frames explode probably because the job is not properly assessed in first time, but also because many erp consultants are highly specialized technically in term of system deployment and /or business processes analysis but do not pay enough attention to users. May be a create effort on including client's staff toward defining the project implementation is the key to stay in the original timeframe

Rooney

ERP implementation should be carried out by proper planing. The 21% percent who have succeeded by implementing an ERP should have planned their process very efficiently. ERP consultants make implementation easier.

Keith Daniels

I think its time to talk about the SAP/MSFT merger again. Microsoft just killed their Performance Point Planning app and is integrating the M & A portion (of PPS) into Sharepoint. Microsoft also cut 5,000 jobs this month.

It makes me wonder... why kill off their planning app and just have M&A unless they were going to buy a better system. Microsoft was having trouble in the market selling (they did everything shot off giving it away for free) the planning side of PPS. Looks like they are just going to buy market share.

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