Eight Best Practices for Planning Your Microsoft Dynamics ERP Project—And Staying Focused on the Big Picture

April 8 2010

About Tim Hourigan

Tim Hourigan, Enterprise Practice Co-Lead and Microsoft Dynamics Practice Partner for Armanino LLP - has over twenty years of business and IT project management and systems integration consulting experience for high-growth companies in the Life Sciences, High-Tech, and Business Services industries. Prior to joining Armanino, Tim was a Consulting Partner at Accenture where he served as both a client partner and the CRM & Billing Capability Industry Domain Lead for North America. His background includes extensive IT strategy, business architecture design and software selection client work.

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rishijyoti's picture

Liked your post. This is a great high level summary, however, you would agree that the real devil lies in executing the ideas presented here in. Keep them coming! Rishi

dthikoll's picture

Always worth repeating. Of course, the trick is to get universal buy-in that the new way is worth giving up "my way" and the tendency to drift back to mimicing it once the planning begins. We often see more enthusiasm about process improvement prior to beginning the real analysis and planning.