Recently, I’ve been talking to CIOs at midsized organizations about whether the recession is over and the recovery has begun. In some industries at least, the cost-cutting isn’t over and the need to do more with less continues as a mandate. Some organizations are now cutting
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Besides the obvious blockades to an ERP implementation -- the cost and the potential long-term disruptions to the business -- midmarket companies are still moving forward with ERP projects.
I’ve been getting some interesting questions about how to move an ERP project forward since sharing
It’s barely September, yet warnings about flu season -- swine flu season, that is -- are circulating fast and furious. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had a press conference this week, and swine flu is top of mind for many who do disaster recovery or business continuity for a...