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PRONTO-Xi v.670 for Mixed-mode Enterprise Resource Planning Certification Report
Pronto Software''s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, PRONTO-Xi v.670, is now TEC Certified. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for

pronto implementation methodology  2008. It provides the Pronto Implementation Methodology (PIM) process, which is a structured project management process that aims to minimize risk for the customer and the supplier, and helps deliver predicable results and an on-time/on-budget solution. Its team works with the customer throughout the entire project, providing consulting, maintenance and support, and customization services-if required. Pronto Software and its authorized resellers have implemented 100 percent of the solutions they have Read More...
PRONTO-Xi v.700.x for Mixed-mode Enterprise Resource Planning Certification Report
Pronto Xi Dimensions is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for mixed-mode manufacturing solutions in the ERP

pronto implementation methodology  Resource Planning Certification Report Pronto Xi Dimensions is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for mixed-mode manufacturing solutions in the ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary. Read More...
How Great Is Great Plains'' Manufacturing Offering (Did Somebody Say Microsoft)?
Great Plains informed us during its Convergence 2001 annual user conference about its initial strides into the discrete manufacturing market. The following is

pronto implementation methodology  NavisionDamgaard , Epicor , PRONTO , and Lilly Software to name but a few. These players can still tout their superior native manufacturing and distribution functionality and vertical focus, which are indisputably ever more important tenets of competitiveness within the SME market. As a summary, Great Plains has most of what it takes to be a strong competitor - product, channel, implementation methodology, market focus and corporate viability. There is still much room for improvement in expanding the Read More...
Lose the Starry Eyes, Analyze: Reviewing the Ideal Candidate for a Pronto Solution
This is an examination of Pronto Software''s ERP solution. By looking at how areas where the Pronto product fulfills a large portion of selection criteria

pronto implementation methodology  Ideal Candidate for a Pronto Solution Introduction The Australia-based Pronto Software , was founded in 1976. It is a privately owned company with offices in both Australia and the United States. Pronto''s customers around the world include companies in the chemical, food processing, electronic component manufacturing, and pharmaceutical industries. The ideal candidate for Pronto Software''s ERP solution will be seeking financials, inventory, quality, and sales management features. The range of other Read More...
Optimize Your System: How to Avoid Implementation Sins
As global economies become more uncertain, companies face increasing pressure to remain competitive. While an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can help

pronto implementation methodology  Your System: How to Avoid Implementation Sins As global economies become more uncertain, companies face increasing pressure to remain competitive. While an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can help, it’s only as effective as the effort placed in the implementation. By being aware of the reasons implementations fail and knowing what best practices to use to help ensure success, you can save valuable time and money—and have a higher return on investment (ROI). Read More...
Program Testing Methodology Part One: Preparing for Testing
Program testing and debugging is one of the most critical aspects of implementing a computer system. Without programs which properly work, the system will never

pronto implementation methodology  Testing Methodology Part One: Preparing for Testing Introduction Before any system can be completely implemented on a production computer, the analysts and programmers working on the system must be able to state unequivocally that the programs work exactly as they were designed to work and that any errors or mistakes found in any of the data to be processed by the system will be handled properly. Since testing is quite unpredictable in terms of the results and, in some cases, the availability of Read More...
ERP at the Speed of Light: Making Rapid Implementation Work for You
Users implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for the first time are often intimidated by the time and cost, and want to accelerate the go-live

pronto implementation methodology  at the Speed of Light: Making Rapid Implementation Work for You Users implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for the first time are often intimidated by the time and cost, and want to accelerate the go-live date. Acceleration, when done with the right implementation strategy and tools, can be of tremendous benefit, including reduced costs and increased return on investment (ROI). But for some, the question is: to accelerate or not to accelerate? Learn more. Read More...
Best Practices for ERP Implementation
Is your organization just beginning an enterprise resource planning (ERP) project, in mid-installation, or trying to recover from a failed or stalled

pronto implementation methodology  Practices for ERP Implementation Is your organization just beginning an enterprise resource planning (ERP) project, in mid-installation, or trying to recover from a failed or stalled implementation? Download this white paper to learn some strategies for successful ERP software implementation, including common ERP pain points (and how to avoid them), key considerations for new ERP projects, differentiators of best-in-class ERP implementations, and tips to make your ERP implementation more successful. Read More...
Ranpro: Implementation of Microsoft Dynamics NAV


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Optimizing Returns from ERP Implementation
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can help manufacturers solve business problems and increase return on investment (ROI), but their implementation

pronto implementation methodology  Returns from ERP Implementation Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can help manufacturers solve business problems and increase return on investment (ROI), but their implementation should not be taken lightly. In this interview, experts from SAP, Infor, and Microsoft discuss factors affecting ROI from an ERP system. The panel offer viewpoints on the feasibility of measuring ROI, importance of ownership of ERP implementation, anticipated and real benefits, and benchmarks and drivers Read More...
The ROI of ERP: Proven Implementation Methodology Is the Determining Factor
Successful implementation of an extended enterprise resource planning system (ERP) is the result of knowledgeable and dedicated people working together. It

pronto implementation methodology  ROI of ERP: Proven Implementation Methodology Is the Determining Factor Successful implementation of an extended enterprise resource planning system (ERP) is the result of knowledgeable and dedicated people working together. It entails company-wide commitment, openness to change, good planning, and experienced guidance. Learn about the three primary criteria of recognizing return on investment (ROI) from an ERP system and how using them during the system selection process and subsequent implementation Read More...
Business Intelligence… PRONTO! (PRONTO-Xi + IBM Cognos 10)
Today, Pronto Software [Evaluate this product], developer of enterprise software solutions, is announcing the inclusion of IBM’s Cognos 10 Business Intelligence

pronto implementation methodology  IBM Cognos 10) Today, Pronto Software [ Evaluate this product ], developer of enterprise software solutions, is announcing the inclusion of IBM ’s Cognos 10 Business Intelligence suite in its upcoming release of PRONTO-Xi. This important news comes at the same time as IBM’s announcement of its new Cognos 10 BI suite release. The general concept behind this integration is to enhance PRONTO-Xi’s enterprise capabilities with strong reporting and analytical features right out of the box. In this Read More...
Planning for a Financials Implementation: How To Avoid a Nosebleed
Because of the risks inherent in any financial implementation, it’s essential to get back to business basics. These implementations need to be understood and

pronto implementation methodology  for a Financials Implementation: How To Avoid a Nosebleed Because of the risks inherent in any financial implementation, it’s essential to get back to business basics. These implementations need to be understood and planned for. Thus, there are a few premises that must be addressed in the planning stages of a financials implementation. If these premises are followed in a disciplined manner, the nosebleed of implementation can be avoided. Read More...
Enterprise Systems and Post-implementation Agility-No Longer an Oxymoron?
The need to support flexibility prior to installation of enterprise systems has largely been mastered by many vendors. But what is really more important is

pronto implementation methodology  Systems and Post-implementation Agility-No Longer an Oxymoron? Agresso Asserts Itself In mid-2006, Agresso , one of the top five providers worldwide of people-centric enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, made a more aggressive entry into the North American software market, where it currently has about a hundred customers. This was largely because the vendor saw an untapped opportunity in the vulnerability of most current peer ERP solutions, which cannot really address rapid change Read More...

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