Re/Implementing an effective Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System
(Maximizing business results through IT-enabled processes)

Workshop Date: 2017-08-18

Whether you are about to implement, are implementing or have implemented an ERP system and want to maximize business results, this workshop is designed to help participants learn HOW TO IMPLEMENT a successful ERP system. A successful ERP implementation provides companies with: lower cost, lower inventory, increased product availability, improved customer service, increased volume, and higher profits.

ERP systems provide companies a competitive advantage by integrating data and streamlining and accelerating information flows. Data integration enables companies with the information to run the business. Moreover, ERP systems provide key information to make executive decision quicker and surface issues early on before they become major problems. The rich functionality of the ERP system has been the major reason why many companies rush into ERP implementation.

While ERP systems have proved capable of improving the quality and availability of management information where none previously existed, each implementation is unique. In fact, the Gartner group predicts that there is an 80% chance that 50% of enterprises will spend twice as much time and cost as originally planned for, and 70% chance that less than 25% of the ERP projects will deliver monetary benefits that exceeds cost of implementation.

Admittedly, implementing an ERP system is not an extension of past experiences. Users who have been used to run legacy systems found out that ERP systems require more formal procedures, strong coordination with other functional groups, and high data accuracy. And while an ERP package is quite flexible when bought, it becomes increasingly inflexible as the business rules and policies are defined in the system during the implementation.

If implementing an ERP system is difficult and carries a lot of risks, is there a way to control or reduce the risks? Fortunately, there are the pioneers who have successfully implemented ERP systems. You can call it best practice, current best approach, implementation framework, or secrets of implementation, but what is more important is that these technologies are now available to guide companies to successfully implement ERP not only from a technical standpoint but from a business standpoint.

Workshop Objectives

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the problems with legacy systems and the benefits of a well-implemented ERP system
  2. Describe the business implications of ERP and its strategic importance to the business
  3. List the common pitfalls in ERP implementation
  4. Describe the major challenges in implementing ERP
  5. Learn the various techniques and practices in implementing successful ERP system

Who should attend?

Presidents, CEOs, ERP project leaders, ERP Project teams, ERP Executive sponsors, ERP users, IT Directors, Supply Chain Directors, Materials Managers, Supply Chain Managers, Purchasing Managers, Finance Managers, Inventory Control Managers, Production Planning Managers, Materials Planning Managers

Your Speaker/Workshop Facilitator

Mr. Jovy Jader is presently a Partner of Prosults Consulting LLP. Prosults Consulting LLP is a management consulting firm helping companies design and implement business improvement projects, and has helped client companies improve cost, reduce working capital/inventory, increase revenues, and improve delivery performance. Prosults' clients include multinational companies in the food, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, energy, and export industries. Other clients include domestic enterprises which are leaders in their respective industries.

He is the author of Speed Kills...Your Competition "Driving Growth Through Supply Chain Excellence", and has been a regular contributor to BusinessWorld with his monthly column, Eliminate, Simplify, Integrate, sharing his insights and experience in various supply chain management and business improvement topics.

Mr. Jader was previously connected with Procter & Gamble Philippines and PriceWaterhouseCoopers Consulting (formerly Coopers & Lybrand), assisting companies across Asia in Supply Chain Management improvement projects.

Workshop Details

Location: Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, 11 Cavenagh Road, Singapore
Date and Time: August 18, 2017 (Friday), 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Workshop Fee:
Early bird rate ― US $ 750.00 per participant for payment received on or before July 15, 2017
Regular rate ― US $ 850.00 per participant

Fee covers full course materials, refreshments and lunch.

Payable to: Prosults Consulting LLP

Account name: PROSULTS CONSULTING LLP
Account number: 019-903996-4
Development Bank Of Singapore (DBS)
Bank code: 7171
Swift code: DBSSSGSG

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