Sponsored By Issue: 2015-11 NOVEMBER 2015 A Message from our Founder… ERP Selection Survival Kit Joseph F Paris Jr Who serves who? Does Technology serve the people – or do the people serve technology? I started my business during the “Golden Age of Technology” back in 1985. This was a time when the power of
Who serves who? Does Technology serve the people – or do the people serve technology? I started my business during the “Golden Age of Technology” back in 1985. This was a time when the power of computing was being brought to the individual level; a time of personal computers (starting with the Apple-II and IBM-PC)
Companies today must do business in a fiercely competitive global environment. In order to be a significant player in this arena, organizations must employ new technologies and techniques at a velocity that may challenge the very fiber of a company. They will be required to establish seamless integration from their customers, internally into manufacturing and
Is your technology hindering or even preventing you from reaching your desired quality or throughput goals? Do you find yourself adding resources and costs to processes that you think should or could be automated? Do you frequently ask yourself the question, “Isn’t there a better way?”
Several years ago I had an awakening. I came to the realization that technology, by and large, did not live-up to its promises and that this gap between promises and reality was ever widening. This was (and is) especially true of business information systems – most usually referred to as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.