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ERP in Practice: ERP strategies for steering organizational competence and competitive advantage
by:Jagan Nathan Vaman
ERP in Practice provides an overview of the complex ERP systems and is a practical how-to manual. Vaman's ideas on making change management and process reengineering successful, while implementing an ERP, are quite interesting, A grat ERP book! Alfredo Telleri, CIO - BONFIGLIOLI RIDUTTORI SpA, Bologna, Italy This is not just another book on ERP! It...
ERP in Practice provides an overview of the complex ERP systems and is a practical how-to manual. Vaman's ideas on making change management and process reengineering successful, while implementing an ERP, are quite interesting, A grat ERP book! Alfredo Telleri, CIO - BONFIGLIOLI RIDUTTORI SpA, Bologna, Italy This is not just another book on ERP! It is a well-researched and practical cookbook for CEOs, CIOs, and consultant. It will be useful not only for those planning to install an ERP solution but also for companies that have implemented an ERP and are looking for breakthrough strategies to gain competitive advantage and ROI. ERP in Practice is a must read even for small and mid-size companies — they can directly apply many of the case studies, frameworks, models and approaches without having to reinvent the wheel or pay a huge consulting fee. SV Kannan, Group Manager ERP Support, Ramco Systems Ltd., India ERP in Practice is a deeply insightful book that recognizes the challenges and issues around ERP systems. It clarified and provides several practical ways to resolve them. I recommend this book to every ERP consultant and user because I feel the know-how and tools from this book can be applied to gain business benefits and efficiency in any ERP environment. Srikumar, Associate Vice President & Senior Commercial Director JWT Worldwide, Bangalore & Kolkata The case study approach adopted in this book will help ERP users and even experts to learn and gain a broader understanding of ERP systems. Babu Jayendran, Information Systems Audit Consultant, Bangalore, India ERP in Practice is a practitioner's manual with concepts, principles, practices and programs that are 'in practice'. Such ERP practices are presented in the context of making business processes and ERP systems gain a competitive edge. This book shows that to achieve business benefits of ERP, companies must treat their implementations as a business initiative — not a technical one. It means putting business executives in charge — not technical managers — who can make the necessary organizational and process changes to achieve benefits. And like all business projects, the responsibility of achieving the set objectives should belong to every manager, not to just those involved in the ERP project. This book is packed with actionable strategies, forward thinking solutions, work-plans, tips and tricks to make ERP programs successful. ERP in Practice will enable CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, business and technical managers, IT and ERP professionals to apply the practical ideas, framework, models and leading measures in ERP driven environments and achieve a full range of business benefits.
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