Many of us pursue the ideal of a balanced life, assuming this is achieved by having a fair sharing of time. We pursue the idea of being completely organized and capable to devote time alike to others and ourselves. However, this interpretation is incorrect and takes us away from achieving our dreams.
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.
A few years ago I had a nightmare, one of those that wake you up in a cold sweat.
Nowadays we spend a lot of time for certain activities that add little value compared with the results we want to achieve; some of them are inevitable, however, we are so immersed in the routine that we stop looking for a better way to run them.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic", Sir Arthur C. Clarke.