Enterprise Software Strategy Planning – Webinar 1 of 3

January 17, 2018
2:00PM - 3:00PM
Webinar

Enterprise Software Strategy Planning – Webinar 1 of 3

View the other two webinars in this series at the links below; each must be registered for individually:

Useful and actionable information is 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 cost and risk control.  In partnership with VMEC, this information is delivered by national enterprise software expert Mark Engleman and the experience of over 900 ERP projects since 1996.

Can your existing ERP software be improved or upgraded? Are there enough deficiencies in current ERP functionality, technology or vendor status to justify searching for new ERP software?

Without the guidance of a well-crafted Enterprise Software Strategy, companies tend to react to problems and opportunities in a ‘business software vacuum’ which results in:

  • Increased isolation and inefficiencies of business process areas across the enterprise.
  • Business software environment that’s unnecessarily difficult and expensive to maintain.

VMEC is teaming up with Engleman Associates, Inc. to offer this no-cost webinar on Enterprise Software Strategy Planning.  This webinar will provide you with insights and information to improve your confidence on whether a company should improve existing ERP or implement new ERP, and when – for the greatest benefit of the company.

This webinar is the first in a series called Software That Runs Your Business. These 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 cost and risk control.

Presenter: Mark Engleman, SoftSelect/Engleman Associates – Founder and Main Developer of the ERP Lifecycle Management Process. Mark founded this company in 1996 and has delivered hundreds of webinars and workshops on enterprise software selection and controlling implementations.

There is no fee for this webinar but you must pre-register.