Managing scope to bring a Microsoft Dynamics NAV + CRM implementation back to life

"The bigger the scope the longer the implementation, and the more exhausted people get," describes CEO Elliot Fishman of Catapult. "Stakeholders drift from the project, budgets get exhausted, and you get fatigue."

British Columbia-based Catapult delivers support and implementation services for Dynamics NAV, CRM and the new Dynamics 365 (among other solutions) to midsized businesses. It offers a lean deployment service, and one of its specialties is rescuing stalled projects, either internal projects or ones begun by another Dynamics partner.


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About Dann Anthony Maurno

Dann Anthony Maurno is a seasoned business journalist who began his career as International Marketing Manager with Lilly Software, then moved on as a freelancer to write for such prestigious clients as CFO Magazine; Compliance Week;Manufacturing Business Technology; Decision Resources, Inc.; The Economist Intelligence Unit; and corporate clients such as Iron Mountain, Microsoft and SAP. He is the co-author of Thin Air: How Wireless Technology Supports Lean Initiatives(CRC/Productivity Press, 2010).

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