Failed ERP software system implementations and integrations happen frequently and the problems are legion. However, there are ways that organizations can avoid their own failures. In a recent Taft Technology Insights post, we discussed how to avoid a failure if restarting a deferred integration during COVID-19.

We are frequently retained by companies whose projects

When the integration and implementation of an ERP software system starts going off the rails and all sides begin pointing fingers at each other, often many of the user’s fingers point at the vendor’s project manager.

In a way, this is understandable, even before the root causes behind the looming failure are known. The project

A debate is raging between some politicians and public health officials over the timing of reopening the economy. Noisy arguments in the news media, on Facebook or Twitter aside, the fact is that corporate executives need to be thinking seriously about the status of planned ERP software system upgrades or proceeding with projects that were

As SAP and some other vendors are forcing users of ERP software systems into vendors’ proprietary clouds, a significant percentage of the world’s Chief Information Officers are concerned about the security of the data being stored there.

This is one of the main takeaways from a KPMG and Oracle survey released during the midst of

As is happening with almost everything in business, COVID-19 is having an impact on ERP software systems and digital transformation projects – particularly with respect to interruptions or delays in software implementation projects. Some companies are postponing their implementation or drastically reducing the scope of their implementations.

While halting or postponing an implementation project in

In an interview with TechTarget, Chicago Taft partners Marcus Harris and Daniel Saeedi explored the impacts that the pandemic will have on ERP implementations and what customers can do to alleviate risk and protect their ERP investments. In a separate interview, Marcus Harris also provided advice on renegotiating ERP contracts when the scope of ERP