Spotlight: A Tyson Foods Veteran Offers Advice on SAP Implementations

  • by Gary Byrne, Managing Editor, Financials Expert and SCM Expert
  • February 25, 2013
/Project Management/Mobile
In this Q&A Danny Hudson of Tyson Foods answers questions about implementing SAP applications.

Danny Hudson has been a business solutions architect at Tyson Foods since December 2007. He has been involved with Tyson’s implementation of SAP Process Control and also has been involved with configuration and design of other SAP applications, including the SAP General Ledger. He is currently implementing SAP Business Planning and Consolidation (BPC). I asked Danny a series of questions about his experience at Tyson.

How long did it take Tyson to implement SAP Process Control?

The SAP Process Control project covered five months with implementation during February 2012.

Gary Byrne

Gary is the managing editor of Financials Expert and SCM Expert. Before joining WIS in March 2011, Gary was an editor at Elsevier. In this role he managed the development of manuscripts for Elsevier’s imprint responsible for books on computer security. Gary also has held positions as a copy editor at Aberdeen Group, a Boston-based IT market research company, and as an editor at Internet.com, a publisher of content for the IT community. He also gleaned experience working as a copy editor for International Data Corp., a Framingham, MA-based IT market research company. He earned a bachelor of science degree in journalism from Suffolk University in Boston. He enjoys traveling, sailing as a passenger onboard schooners, and helping his wife, Valerie, with gardening during summer weekends. He’s a fan of all the Boston sports teams and once stood behind Robert Parish in a line at BayBank. He felt small and didn’t ask for an autograph. You can follow him on Twitter at @FI_SCM_Expert. His online footsteps can also be found in the SAP Experts group on LinkedIn.

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