ERP selection is always challenging, but even more so now. If you’re considering this big investment, tune into this session, How to Approach Your ERP Selection During the Pandemic on for insights and advice on ERP selection and implementation.
More change has been foisted upon businesses in the last three months than most of us could have ever imagined. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned some businesses upside down, and forced many more to recalibrate their business strategy. Small and medium businesses have had to adjust to new realities across their businesses, from revenue decreases and spending cuts, to supply chain interruptions and new e-commerce models, to layoffs and work from home programs.
In some companies, the pandemic exposed all of the gaps and problems in the systems they were using to manage their businesses–whether that be a set of disconnected point solutions and spreadsheets, or an old, brittle ERP system. While these solutions they used may have been “good enough” in relatively stable times, many realized that they fell short when it came to helping their companies pivot to new market and regulatory conditions.
How To Approach Your ERP Selection During The Pandemic
If your business was able to overcome these shortfalls, you may be thinking about how you can be better prepared to respond to the inevitable stream of changes that await us all.
With that in mind, I was excited to join SelectHub as a panelist for their Thought Leaders webinar, How To Approach Your ERP Selection During The Pandemic. In the webinar, great webinar to discuss key considerations for companies looking to put a new ERP system in place. The session was hosted by SelectHub’s Roy Semple, and panelists included Lisa Anderson, LMA Consulting Group, Leonard Smith, SelectHub, and myself.
ERP selection is always challenging, but even more so now. So, if you’re considering this big investment, tune into the session for insights and advice on ERP selection and implementation.
The webinar was recorded live on May 21, but you can see and listen to it here.
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Source: Laurie McCabe’s Blog