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by David Hannon, Contributing Editor April 30, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

– Considering moving to a cooperative IT structure? Use these quick tips to to optimize your SAP system’s setup in this kind of a scenario.


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by David Hannon, Contributing Editor January 20, 2012
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When the global recession hit full speed in 2008, home construction was near an all-time low in the US. IT staffs at many companies in the hard-hit building materials industry were being slashed as IT projects were put on hold. Learn how one building supply company managed not only to keep its existing IT staff together, but actually to increase the IT organization’s value to the company’s bottom line without increasing its spend.


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by David Hannon, Contributing Editor August 16, 2011
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Find out which areas of an ERP implementation are the biggest roadblocks to an on-time and on-budget project and get tips on how to best structure your own project.


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by David Hannon, Contributing Editor July 20, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 

We talked to Francois Estellon and Joseph Micic of Bucyrus, a mining equipment company, about six ways you can improve your chances of executing a model SAP project.


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by David Hannon, Contributing Editor February 17, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 

As the economy improves and companies’ access to capital continues to grow, so too does the amount of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) across a variety of industries. If M&A activity reaches your company, will you be prepared to integrate unfamiliar systems together under one unified ERP environment?


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by David Hannon, Contributing Editor November 16, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Albert H. Segars is the faculty director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise, an RBC Bank Distinguished Professor, and the Chair of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For the past six years, he’s studied dozens of ERP implementations as an academic and consultant. We recently spoke with Segars to gather his advice on what makes and breaks an ERP implementation.