Best practices for leveraging ERP to support changing business requirements

Ray Wang
Business requirements can change quickly -- especially in today's competitive economy. So, how can manufacturers meet these new requirements, which may require quickly implementing system and process changes? ERP can help, according to Ray Wang of Forrester Research, by providing a framework to assist manufacturers in implementing the changes needed for new business requirements. In this podcast, find out more about best practices for leveraging ERP to support changing business requirements. In this 15 minute podcast, appropriate for both business and IT professionals, listeners will:
  • Hear more about why -- and how -- business requirements may be changing more than ever in today's pressure-packed, competitive landscape
  • Find out how ERP systems and processes can help manufacturers quickly and efficiently react to changes
  • Learn best practices for managing change, including expert advice for how communicate internally about required changes

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Find out how to leverage ERP to support changing business requirements in this expert podcast.

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About the speaker: R "Ray" Wang is a Vice President with Forrester Research. Ray serves Business Process and Applications professionals, analyzing trends in enterprise resource planning (ERP) for the enterprise and midmarket. With an understanding of the overall ecosystem of ERP, Ray provides essential guidance for many clients navigating through the vendor selection and strategy development process. In 2008, Ray was recognized by the Institute Of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) as Analyst of the Year.

This was first published in December 2008

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