Before you implement a new process or solution at your business, you want to be certain that it’s going to work, you’re going to benefit from it, and you’re going to see a return on your investment.
Fit gap analysis is a problem-solving methodology. Through it, you identify gaps in your current business processes and then the solutions to fill them. The benefits of using fit gap analysis are it can be used at any time, it gives you a clear, defined path to solve your problems, and it delivers greater efficiency to your organization.
The real-time supply chain is supposed to be a boon to the enterprise: it provides greater visibility, you can make better decisions, and your risk management is improved.
However, the real-time supply chain isn’t completely free of problems. The benefits you reap from it diminish greatly if you don’t know how to use it. What’s the solution? ERP systems can help you overcome those challenges so that your firm remains agile and competitive.
The supply chain has existed for centuries, ever since humans began trading with one another. For centuries, they’ve sought to make it more efficient to ensure that goods reach their destination quickly and in the best possible condition.
Technology has made this goal easier to reach than ever. Read on to learn how a real-time supply chain and ERP systems can benefit your organization.
For you to realize the benefits of the cloud, you must be willing to entrust your cloud provider with one of your most valuable assets – your data.
If you’re considering moving your business systems to the cloud, then you’re invited to join this webinar as Pham Nguyen of Microsoft discusses Microsoft Azure.
Thursday, June 29
4pm EST / 1pm PST
This webinar will explore:
If you invest in a cloud service, you must be able to trust that your data is safe, that the privacy of your data is protected, and that you retain ownership of and control over your data – that it will only be used in a way that is consistent with your expectations.
Join us and learn why Azure should be your trusted cloud.
No one goes into a project (especially not a software implementation) with the intent to fail. Along the way, people unwittingly make mistakes. Depending on the size of the mistake, one or two errors during the implementation process might not have such an effect. It’s when there are a series of gaffes that the implementation goes awry. Read on to learn what mistakes can doom an ERP implementation to failure.
Clinical trials are meant to determine whether devices, medications, or other developments in the medical field are safe for public use. These developments are at the cutting edge of the field, yet frequently, the trials to test their safety don’t incorporate the latest technologies (such as mobility).
There are reasons that companies have been leery of implementing mobile technologies in mobile trials: they’re concerned about regulatory issues, patient adherence, and cost. However, with the adoption of best practices, firms should no longer be concerned about using mobile technologies during regulatory trials.
Raise your hand if this scenario sounds familiar: you’ve just completed an ERP implementation, but you’re not seeing the results you want at all. The solution doesn’t interact well with your legacy software, and user buy-in is almost nonexistent. What do you do?
Clinical trials are long, costly, and generally a huge undertaking for companies. Mobile devices can change that – they enable patients to participate remotely, saving money and time. That being said, mobile devices present some risks. Those risks can be mitigated, though. Read on to learn the risks of using mobile devices during clinical trials and how to mitigate them.
The “Accelerating Digital Transformation” roadshow will be coming to Detroit on June 16, at Microsoft Technology Center in Southfield, MI. This free event will include breakfast and lunch and is a must-attend for organizations that want to accelerate processes, improve decisions, speed innovation and streamline operating models to fully leverage the changes and opportunities of digital technologies.