My husband recently decided to take a look at a new car after coming to the conclusion that the money he’d put out for repairs was better spent on a new car. The very next day we took a trip to the Toyota dealer and test drove a brand new Corolla Ascent. It was a very nice ride, but it didn’t quite “do it” for my husband. I could tell that he wanted a little…more. A few minutes later we were going ‘round the block in an extremely nice Corolla SX.
Month: April 2018
How to Ensure a Successful ERP Implementation – Part 3
This is the third and final part of my blog series on a successful ERP implementation. Although the process can be challenging, there are ways in which you can identify and rectify potential stumbling blocks before they hamper the performance of your chosen solution:
4 Global eLearning Trends for 2018
I remember the days when having the latest fashion was high on my personal agenda, but at the wise old age of 39, I no longer bother with all the latest trends. Comfort and simplicity have become key.
Within my work life, however, keeping up with the latest trends is a must. Specifically, in education, we like to focus on the latest and greatest in eLearning.
Using ERP to Create Competitive Advantage
Businesses today operate in an economy that is structured around being dynamic. We hear technical terms such as “disruption”, “industry 4.0” and “platform economy” on a daily basis. Current market participants opt to play the isomorphism game (status quo), to “innovate”, or to pave the way by extending the fuzzy boundaries.
Digital Disruption – How Do Local Manufacturers Measure Up?
It’s no secret South Africa has been a little slow on the uptake of emerging technology like robotics and machine learning. But all this is about to change as local companies prepare to disrupt or be disrupted.
Digital transformation is rapidly headed our way and those that don’t respond will find themselves in crisis.
In ERP as with all else “Practice Makes Perfect”
My daughter is 8 years old and recently enthused about auditioning for the latest round of Idols but when I told her we would need to practice, so she could give an impressive and polished performance, she frowned. In her head, I think she thought she could just show up and do a song off-the-cuff and that was all there is to it.