digital transformation

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

Three court cases reveal the importance of ensuring that contracts for an ERP software system and other digital transformations be carefully negotiated to remove the possibility that a lawsuit over a failure can be blocked by, seemingly harmless clauses that vendors and integrators insert as a matter of routine in their template agreements.

The first

It’s been said that to succeed in today’s digital world, every company must be a technology-first organization that also specializes in another industry. Cloud computing is the operating model that’s fueling the digital transformation, modernizing IT platforms around the globe. It involves software and other hosted services rented from sources like Microsoft Azure and Amazon

Taft partner Marcus Harris will be a keynote speaker at the Digital Stratosphere event August 7-9, at Thompson Chicago Hotel. Digital Stratosphere is the premier independent educational and peer networking event for organizations about to embark on a digital transformation or ERP / CRM/ HCM implementation.

This is a premier event with limited seating. This

Roseanne Rosanna Dana, a popular character in the early years of Saturday Night Live, had a catch phrase, “If it’s not one thing, it’s another!” This seems to describe what happened with National Grid USA’s ERP software system integration and why Wipro recently settled a lawsuit National Grid (NGUSA) filed against it for $75-million.