What Do the Next Generation of ERP Consultants Look Like?



The primary function of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) consultant is to assist organizations in their transition towards new or updated ERP software systems. ERP consultants exist to help advise and provide their experience to your company’s ERP project. They can help with parts of the life-cycle of an ERP project, or, the full life-cycle from matching your business with the best software to handling internal changes as a result of the implementation. With the growing demand for ... Read more >

ERP consulting: How to handle nuances of an ERP consultant



While ERP consultants can be expensive, if used properly, they can save time and money while employing a more trouble-free system for your business. Implementation consultants are neither super heroes nor villains; however, if they are good, they bring valuable knowledge to your ERP project and transfer it effectively. That’s worth paying for.  How can you use them properly, and get your bang for your buck? Read on for more tips and guidance. The foremost purpose of an ERP consultant is ... Read more >

Value Your Resources!



It is no secret that top resources have amazing value if you get the right one, especially in the IT and ERP industry. Several top-notch ERP consulting companies are noticing that their hiring expenses are going through the roof in 2013. The question is: why? The financial implications of a bad IT and ERP hire are astronomical. If you don’t value your resources then you are stuck replacing talented candidates.  It is simple math on why the costs go up: your staff spend dozens of hours creating ... Read more >

5 Tips for finding a good subcontractor



Many large corporations and prime contractors know that subcontracting with smaller firms provides huge government contracting opportunities.  It is no secret that the U.S. government is the world’s largest single purchaser of goods and services. According to Usgovernmentspending.com, the federal government is budgeted to spend over $6.3 Trillion on contracts in the fiscal year for 2013 with outside providers of goods and services. Within that figure are not only prime contracts awarded to ... Read more >