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publisher ERP

medium-sized business
(Mittelständisches Unternehmen)

Our Successful Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning. Experience the Benefits of Seamless Integration, Increased Productivity, and Improved Decision-Making

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With years of expertise in delivering digital transformation initiatives, our team of experts worked closely with a leading organization to deliver a tailored ERP solution that has transformed the way they do business.

By seamlessly integrating various systems and processes, our solution has significantly improved the organization’s productivity and decision-making capabilities. The result has been a noticeable increase in efficiency, accuracy, and overall profitability.

The implementation process was thorough and comprehensive, involving extensive stakeholder engagement, process analysis, and system integration. Our team leveraged their extensive knowledge of digital technologies and best practices to design a solution that met the unique needs of the organization. The project was delivered on time and within budget, with training provided to ensure the successful adoption of the new solution.

case study: PUBLISHER eRP

Brief

  • Industry: Publishing
  • Type: Medium-sized Business
  • Service: Implementation Services
  • Projects: 1
  • Project Managers: 1
  • Team Size: 4
  • Location: Toronto

background

  • Publisher
  • Using Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning
  • HQ based in North America
  • Limited Budget
  • Needed to upgrade IT capabilities
  • Other agencies too expensive to use
  • Competitive Pressure to upgrade IT-Systems

sympthoms

  • Low employee morale
  • High rotation
  • Difficult to find information on orders
  • Invoices lost or misplaced
  • Logistic information always late or wrong
  • Infighting between Logistics and IT
  • Could not keep up with the online competition

Diagnostic

  • Obsolete ERP
  • Obsolete third party products, especially in Logistics
  • Poor employee training programs
  • Lack of Digital Transformation focus
  • Traditionally minded
  • Lack of formal IT-Logistics processes
  • Metrics were obsolete and thus caused confusion

approach

  • Setup a traditional Waterfall project structure
  • Recommended modern approaches (Public Cloud)
  • Created a traditional software evaluation process
  • Selected a middle-tier ERP (Oracle – JD Edwards)
  • Location: Toronto
  • Coordinated the bi-weekly Steering Committee

outcome

  • Smooth corporate-wide implementation
  • Empowered employees
  • Reduce IT-Logistics friction related to ERP-Processes
  • Established Standard Operating Procedures
  • Helped the company to meet Auditors’ expectations
  • Improved the overall business attitude towards digitalization

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