How a small company's owner impacts an ERP implementation, for better or worse

(This article is adapted from Gloria's new book Rapid Implementation, an expert guide for small business owners who need to support a successful, low-cost ERP implementation or upgrade. - Ed.)

If you own a small business, then you are the most important person in your company's ERP project. Of all the deadly sins of software implementation, you as the owner and leader have the opportunity to commit or avoid more of them than anyone else in your organization. Your support may begin with a kickoff meeting when you gather your employees to tell them about the implementation project and how it needs their cooperation, but it must go much farther.


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About Gloria Braunschweig

Gloria has experience across the full spectrum of business operations and management. Decades of experience are documented in the book Rapid Implementation, establishing Gloria as a specialists using Microsoft SQL tools for implementation, integration, and business intelligence related to Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Gloria writes and presents on lean implementation concepts and business management systems for small and mid-size businesses. 

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