The New York Times Almanac 2002

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John Wright
Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, Incorporated, 2001 - Reference - 1002 pages
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The ERP Implementation cycle is characterized by complexity, uncertainty and a long timescale. It is about people and issues that affect the business - it is a multi-disciplinary effort.

This book will provide you with the practical information you will need in relation to the many issues and events within the implementation cycle. After reading this book you will be fully equipped and alerted to what is involved in an ERP implementation.

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) can be described as an integrated enterprise-wide information system. As well as handling many of the transactions found within a business it has the potential for meeting many of the information requirements of busy personnel. If used in the right hands, it may provide the business with a competitive edge.

Much can go wrong during the implementation since there are many issues to deal with. From the content of this book you will gain an understanding of what can go wrong - you will be prepared in advance, and will be equipped to take preventative steps to smooth the progress of implementation.

This book:

  • Covers the multidisciplinary subject of ERP implementation
  • Looks at a range of relevant topics including ERP market-place development, vendor selection, project management, process design and post GoLive improvements
  • Reveals a range of issues which an implementer should be alert to right at the outset before the go-ahead is given to proceed with an implementation
  • Features material on vendor selection, project management, training, business process re-engineering (BPR) and continuous improvement

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John W. Wright is a book packager as well as an author of reference books.

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