ERP Implementation Control – Radical Project and Cost Control Techniques Webinar
November 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Catalyst Connection is teaming up with Engleman Associates, Inc. to offer the Software That Runs Your Business webinar series. These no-cost webinars are presented for you to make business system improvements today and plan for tomorrow, and to learn how to conduct this work with great care in project cost and risk control.
The third webinar in the series will be ERP Implementation Control – Radical Project and Cost Control Techniques webinar. This webinar presents processes and techniques to confidently and efficiently select an ERP and other business software and technology stack that complements ERP.
Join us for Part III ERP Implementation Control – Radical Project and Cost Control Techniques webinar on November 13, 2019
Implementing ERP and other complex business systems is well-known to be haunted by cost overruns, delayed project completion, dashed expectations of buyers, and disruption to company operations and personnel. This webinar is about the source of these typical negative project forces and how to control them. Specific content:
- Selecting an implementer – What matters and why their proposals and methods should hold little relevance.
- Understanding and taking advantage of the real project potential—which is nearly always much more than the ERP buyer’s list of problems to solve.
- Large implementation project cost control opportunities and how to take advantage of them.
- The conflict between project opportunity and necessary project scope control.
Presenter: Mark Engleman, SoftSelect/Engleman Associates – Founder and main developer of the ERP Lifecycle Management Process This information is delivered by national enterprise software expert, and 15 year Catalyst Connection partner Mark Engleman. Mark founded this company in 1996 and he and his team have been involved in over 900 enterprise software projects. Mark has delivered hundreds of webinars and workshops on enterprise software selection and controlling implementations.