By Jonathan Gross Vice President and Corporate Counsel, Pemeco www.pemeco.com
Our client overcame this key obstacle by focussing on three critical elements: people, preparation and evaluation.
By employing a methodology based on people, preparation and evaluation, our client managed a successful ERP demonstrations phase. Though the client found the right-fit system, this result isn't what made the phase a success. Arguably, the phase would have also been a success had the client determined that none of the solutions would be a good fit. Rather, the demonstrations phase was a success because our client put itself in a position to perform meaningful due diligence that related the software's capabilities to its business needs.
ERP is the most complex—and costly—business software product available today. Many businesses struggle to implement an ERP system without breaking the bank. Read this guide to learn more about what you can expect in terms of cost—and how to save money during the implementation process. more
The retail landscape is changing, particularly in the area of security and loss prevention. With mega-breaches at Target (40 million stolen debit and credit cards), Home Depot (56 million unique cards), and eBay (145 million people affected), security has become a topic that cannot be ignored. more
With the immense changes the retail industry has undergone and continues to face today, there are mistakes that you as a wholesaler simply can’t afford to make. Certainly, one of these—perhaps the greatest of all in our technology-driven age—is choosing the wrong retail business management software for your business. more
Does your current software give your retail business the visibility and flexibility you need to be responsive and competitive? Or has your business outgrown your business management system? more