Winning The ERP Game: A Coaching Guide to Packaged Application Business Success

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STX Consulting LLC, Apr 10, 2020 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
Achieve Operational Excellence. "Winning the ERP Game" shares insight, lessons learned, Best Practices and "coaching moments" focused on the classic pillars of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Digital Transformation: People (organizational change management), Business Processes and Technology. The principles apply to all ERP and packaged application projects, regardless of software supplier, whether in the cloud or on-premise, large or small, while implementing and/or while in operation. "Winning the ERP Game" shows in detail and by example, how to improve your approach across these pillars to enable achieving your expectations. It guides you in establishing the foundation to build a game changing platform and then how to take your company to the next level. Learn about Process Mining, and how combining it with effective Governance and Change Management can empower your team and accelerate your Time-to-Value. You can realize greater business success than ever imagined. The book advises how you and your team can both "win the game" and perform at elite levels for years to come.

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About the author (2020)

David Stefanick is a seasoned veteran on the playing field of ERP and packaged application software. He founded STX Consulting as a result of seeing the need customers had in meeting expectations and realizing value from their ERP and packaged application implementations. STX Consulting is focused on helping businesses, small and large, "win the game" with their ERP and packaged applications by improving business processes and value realization through unique expertise and technology. He has over 30 years of industry experience ranging from wearing a customer hat while leading IBM's ERP strategy and CoE to providing advisory consulting helping small businesses implement and improve their ERP and packaged application projects. David holds an MS degree in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

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