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

Taft Chicago partners Marcus Harris and Daniel Saeedi presented several sessions during the Digital Stratosphere Online Edition, April 20-24, 2020. Each day featured different presenters discussing the new realities of ERP, HCM and digital transformation projects in a post-COVID-19 world. Harris and Saeedi spoke jointly on “How to Negotiate (and Renegotiate) ERP Contracts During

Technology companies are notorious for believing the solutions they propose to a potential user’s pain points are the best possible answer. When it comes to ERP software systems, however, too often many developers, vendors and integrators ignore or overlook the reality that the technology they sell is actually a business solution, not simply a technology

It seems as if nearly every week, a major business or technology publication carries an article about migrating processes to the cloud. In many circumstances, this makes sense for a range of good reasons. However, for users of ERP software systems, migrating a very complicated and sophisticated management tool with countless “moving parts” to the