“I am not afraid of death; I just don't want to be there when it happens.” – Woody Allen
Doesn't the same hold true for IT failures? We've all read about failed IT projects, and working in the IT services industry, it is nearly impossible to avoid first-hand experience with one–with ERP projects having the distinction of a well-established legacy of failure.
We all know that failed ERP project are rarely caused solely by the ERP vendor or systems integrator, yet this is unfortunately not always accurately portrayed in the negative press and sentiment that follows. If there was a way , would that not be of value to you and your organization?
Our latest eBook, At Wit’s End, reviews some recent ERP failures and sheds light into their root causes while providing guidance and best practices that can help you to prevent these failures, or be the hero to a failure in progress, so you can “not be there when it happens.”