Using our project acceleration techniques your SAP projects can now be delivered much more quickly, reducing the time to benefit and improving your return on investment. Just one example is the implementation of SAP ERP for a Pharmaceutical customer in just … Continue reading
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Sometimes having no resource can be better than having the wrong resource! Projects achieve success because of the people involved. Designing the project organisation and choosing your project team carefully are amongst the most important tasks for the Project Manager. This … Continue reading
Chris Edson was interviewed at Sapphire not so long ago. Take a look at the video and what he had to say:
Chris Edson from Edson Consulting Compares Sapphire in Madrid 2011 to Sapphire 1998 Following Rod Clarke’s blog; ‘Sapphire can change your life’, Chris Edson compares last week’s Sapphire, Madrid with its 1998 counterpart. Many things have changed since ’98. Not … Continue reading
Rod Clarke from Edson Consulting recalls Sapphire in Madrid 1998 As we walked out of the third session we’d attended that first morning of Sapphire in Madrid 1998, I turned to my colleague and asked her the question, “So, remind … Continue reading