Peter F. Drucker said that "the purpose of business is to create and keep a costumer." However, as an Organisation, what customers should we be creating and which ones should we keep?
Currently, more companies decide to come into the world of business systems, to achieve, improve and align their business processes to the strategy. Business systems must help companies regain the wasted time in operational and administrative tasks to invest it in things that really matter, that are more meaningful and valuable to the business.
I have always believed that to be a senior executive, a successful businessman and a prominent worker requires a certain taste for adrenaline; having a taste for disquiet is basically a requirement in business. The very idea of knowing ourselves as responsible for the fate of many people and their families is comparable with the feeling that undergoes the captain of a risky expedition.
Being a good leader is not easy, and watch out, there are no magic formulas. However, there are some recommendations that may help you become a much more effective one.
Do not let your investment in technology becomes an expense: Tips to get juice from an enterprise operating system.
According to the numbers thrown by the survey of Panorama Consulting Solutions in 2015, 35% of the companies that pushed for the implementation of an ERP took three years to recoup their investment, 11% will take five years and only 15% will managed to recover after 2 years.
LOVIS EOS implementation takes 58% less time than it takes to implement an ERP. Some of the reasons why ERP projects require more time are: Wrong sizing of the project, resource requirements that were not included from the beginning, or failure in the consultation process.
Ten years after completing all projects on time and on cost, LOVIS EOS continues to down its implementation time. Improving every day the methodology and standardizing the previously unthinkable processes, LOVIS has achieved an implementation time of only eighteen weeks and in some cases, up to ten.
Many years ago circulated by email the president of GM's response to its counterpart of MS, when the latter said that if cars had evolve as personal computers, they would cost pennies, weigh grams and would run to billions of kilometers per hour with few milliliters of clean fuel.
The greatest value of a manufacturing business is in its inventories. In this era of high competition it is essential to maximize customer service and minimize operating and financial costs to achieve the best results. The inventory is a strategic asset to this end. If I have what my customers need when they ask me, I do business, but when I do not have it or do not know if I have it, I can hardly meet my goals.