Recent Blog Posts from Andy Klee, President, JDEtips.
We left off at the end of Part One having identified a major problem—the typical lack of real knowledge transfer during a JDE implementation due to the
aggressive implementation schedule (aka The Slam), and the problems that stem from this (aka The Jam). Note: If you haven't read Part One, you may want to read
it before you read Part Two. Read Post
There's an expression that some clients and most consultants use when referring to a JDE implementation project that has a very aggressive implementation schedule.
It's usually referred to as being "slammed in". I'll get to the "jam" part in a minute.
You may have noticed that JDEtips has not been promoting CPE credits for our classes as much as we used to. Well... we are NOW! Read Post
That's what Systems Integrators and consulting firms are telling JDE clients. While we don't like being so adversarial, the time has come to reveal this lie and
the mythology surrounding it. Read Post
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