ERP webcast series: tools to consider for mid-market
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Today's financial and IT leaders understand that researching, evaluating, selecting, and ultimately, implementing the right business management systems for your business can be confusing. There are many options to consider in the market and making the wrong choice can be costly for your organization.
The leading business management packages have made significant investments to deliver solutions designed for mid-sized businesses. As a recognized leader in the ERP market, RSM offers a unique perspective on the top solutions and can guide you through the process.
In this two-part webcast series our leaders will discuss industry trends, how to effectively gather your unique business requirements and how to organize a successful implementation.
This informative program will:
- Educate you on trends in business management software
- Discuss the top 10 reasons for business management project failure and how to ensure success
- Address the preferred approach to selecting a solution
- Answer questions regarding the functionality, technology, cost and support services for these products
- Educate you on the business application software currently in the market, as well as pinpoint a package that is the best fit for your specific needs
Selecting your next ERP business system
Presenter: Matt Kenney
Trust the professionals. RSM has implemented over 2,000 ERP systems over the last 30 years. Learn industry secrets for evaluating and selecting the best solution for your organization. We will educate you on the latest trends in business management software and uncover the reasons why projects fail, and how you can ensure a successful ERP implementation.
Choosing your next ERP business platform
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Noon-1 p.m. EDT
Presenter: Chris Goguen
Choosing an ERP system that is good for your business is a complex process. The volume of available vendors and platform options makes the decision even more complicated. Join us to learn about evaluation criteria and which areas need to be considered.